Stanford University's Graduate School of Education houses the Curriculum Studies and Teacher Education (CTE) Area, which offers a Ph.D. in Science and Environmental Education, as well as a program for Master's students. Visit the CTE's website for more information.
NAAEE is working with partners at Stanford, University of Florida, and the Children & Nature Network to get a better sense of how environmental educators and other professionals think about nature. Please consider helping us out by responding to this short survey. We hope your responses, and those of your colleagues, will help us learn more about how your organization is thinking about, and might measure, some of these ideas.
The Stanford Graduate School of Education (GSE) seeks an Assistant/Associate Professor in pre-K-12 science education. We welcome applications from scholars in the field of science education, broadly conceived, including science curriculum, science teaching, learning and assessment and/or policy in formal or informal contexts. Experience of practice in teaching science, teacher education, or program support, development, and evaluation are desirable.
eeWORKS is a project of NAAEE, Stanford University, and other partners designed to demonstrate the impact of environmental education by substantiating powerful anecdotes of its benefits with empirical evidence. The first research review focused on the benefits of EE for K-12 students, and the team has developed a suite of tools to help the field promote these benefits. Most recently, we created a messaging guide to assist the field in communicating with key audiences.
The Environmental Education Research Bulletin (EERB) is a collaborative project with ChangeScale, NAAEE, and Dr. Nicole Ardoin at Stanford University. The research bulletins synthesize and summarize recently reported research from journals focused on issues pertaining to environmental educators. The bulletins include articles related to environmental education evaluation, sense of place, environmental behavior, teaching practices, and professional development, among other relevant topics. Issue 10 is now available!
The bulletin is designed to inform environmental and sustainability educators about recent relevant research, with a primary emphasis on informal, field, and residential settings, as well as stewardship behavior, conservation, and related topics.