Provides a unique blended opportunity to integrate the important learning that has occurred during the Masters in Environmental Education and Communication program. Using their thesis/major project as a primary case study, students will review key learnings, identify current opportunities, and create an action plan to take the work forward in academic and applied settings. Designed to deepen self-awareness, nurture individual and collective action, optimize opportunities for peer exchange and encourage reflection on the pillars of life-long learning, the course takes the Royal Roads motto of “living our learning” as a call to action. Corequisites: EECO690 (Thesis) or EECO695 (Major Project). Prerequisites: All MAEEC coursework.