NAAEE Members are invited to submit nominations to recognize the positive contributions of individuals and organizations in the field of EE. Awardees will be recognized at the Annual NAAEE Conference. The deadline for 2018 award nominations is August 3.
Please join us on Thursday, June 28, 3-4 pm ET, for another installment of NAAEE's monthly webinar series. In this round table webinar, we will hear from a dynamite group of speakers (representing NAAEE, the Children & Nature Network, the Pisces Foundation, EPA, Duke University, and Tamarack Media) working to connect research and practice. We hope you'll join us to learn more about how these organizations are working independently and together to build the evidence base for advancing environmental education and the children and nature movement.
For the May 2018 installment of NAAEE's monthly webinar series, we heard from Aimee Nezhukumatathil. Born to a Filipino mother and Malayali Indian father, Aimee is a writer and poet best known for her jovial and accessible reading style and lush descriptions of nature and landscapes.
This position provides administrative, research, and writing support to NAAEE staff on key projects, including the Global Environmental Education Partnership (GEEP), a network of countries interested in building worldwide capacity for environmental education and sharing environmental education (EE) best practices to achieve greater reach and impact. This position reports to the Director of International Programs and to the NAAEE Executive Director, and is funded through December, 2018, with the possibility of extension.
For the April 2018 installment of NAAEE's monthly webinar series, we heard from Director of Science for Achieve, Matt Krehbiel. Matt helps provide support to states and districts in implementation of the Next Generation Science Standards. We are excited to have partnered with the National Wildlife Federation and our Affiliate Network to present this webinar.
We need your help and input!!! The K-12 EE Guidelines for Excellence were first published in 1999 and have been updated about every five years since then. We are in the process of revising these guidelines once again. The process is iterative. Our writing team developed this second review draft. We invite you to review this draft and provide comments that will be used in the revision process.
Whether you’re a program developer, evaluator, researcher, or funder, eeRESEARCH can help you find resources to support your work and improve practice! Browse more than 1,000 research summaries and syntheses, or use a variety of tools to narrow your search to the topics, authors, or focus areas that interest you.
NAAEE Advisory Council member Angela Mooney D'arcy, founder and Executive Director of the Sacred Places Institute for Indigenous Peoples, a Los Angeles-based, Indigenous-led organization that works to build the capacity of Tribal Nations and Indigenous peoples to protect sacred lands, waters, and cultures speaks for the February edition of our monthly webinar series. Watch the archived webinar here!