Watershed STEM Grantees share stories about how they implement their projects, adapt to challenges, and work collaboratively towards a blue planet in the eeBLUE: Watershed Chronicles blog. This month, we hear how the Center for Alaskan Coastal Studies and Kenai Watershed Forum are adapting their partnership with Boys & Girls Clubs of the Kenai Peninsula.
We asked our partners, colleagues, and peers to share one takeaway from this year for us all to consider as we strive to advance our work in the environmental education field and more broadly about how we want to help shape a better future—for ourselves and others in 2021.
Judy Braus, NAAEE Executive Director, shares silver linings of 2020 in her November letter to the field. Please share the silver linings you’ve discovered and some of the positive stories that have made you smile in the comments below the post.
We are rethinking how we approach evaluation to create better partnerships, programs, and healthier communities and we need your input! Explore the NAAEE Evaluation Portal demo website, and fill out the survey to voice your needs and feedback.
If you are an EE instructor, manager, or director, we hope you will take about 12 minutes to fill out this survey to inform the development of more effective professional development opportunities for the field.
NAAEE's Executive Director Judy Braus shares her latest message to members about the importance of self-care and collaboration and exciting upcoming events and opportunities, including two virtual conferences, a webinar with the First Lady of New Jersey about the integration of climate change education throughout the NJ state curriculum, and much more.