Group Announcement

Let's talk E-STEM at #NAAEE2018

The early bird registration to the NAAEE 2018 Conference in Spokane, WA is coming up quickly- next week August 23rd. I hope all of you E-STEM educators plan to attend and will consider joining us at the lunch round table scheduled to take place on Friday of the conference. Look for specific details and room assignments when the program guide is published as well as a list of E-STEM sessions to keep an eye out for this year.

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In June 2018, three educational researchers, Beth Short, Binyu Yang, and Mary Ellen Wolfinger from the George Washington University’s Department of Curriculum and Pedagogy traveled to Anchorage and Fairbanks, Alaska to meet with community members about involving urban Alaskan youth in the digital environmental storytelling project #60above60.

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2018 Alaska Field Trip: Learning about the...

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Students in this online course explore the people, places, and practices that restore nature and...