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Ylario G. “the master of nature” in one of our natural lessons
Ylario G. “the master of nature” in one of our natural lessons
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Ximena Gallegos, from the Scientific Institute Michael Owen Dillon – Arequipa (Peru), shares how "all the small but magic details" from her endless walks to the river with her dad have shaped her desire to become an environmental educator.

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K-12 EE eePRO Group Moderator Sheri Soyka shares how her 11th grade science teacher, Mr. Daryl Rebuck, led her towards a love of science and career in environmental education.

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This April, we took the time to reflect on all of the amazing work being done! To many of us, perhaps every day is Earth Day, but we wanted to explore the positives a bit more. We took a moment to reach out to a few amazing people in our community of educators and asked, "What is your favorite thing to teach others about our planet?"

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Indiana University Bloomington. Photo Credit: islandworks
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As part of the fifth anniversary of the launch of eePRO, NAAEE is featuring environmental education professionals who have used the platform to connect, collaborate, and learn. Our next story features Sarah Wolf, Park Naturalist at Hendricks County, Indiana, Parks & Recreation, who joined the eePRO Higher Education Group biweekly calls to get advice from other professionals and find out what it takes to succeed in teaching EE at a university level during a pandemic.

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Informational webinar: May 10, 4–5 PM ET Application deadline: May 17 Apply for a CEE-Change Fellowship and gain the skills needed to create lasting change in your community. This 18-month program offers an extraordinary opportunity to design and implement a community action project that blends civic engagement and EE. Register for the informational webinar on May 10 to make the most of your application!

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