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The latest news, resources, and opportunities in the ee community
January 22, 2020
NAAEE 2020 in Tucson, Arizona!
Research Symposium: October 13–14, 2020
Conference: October 14–17, 2020
EE: Inspire Change!
Start thinking about proposals for NAAEE 2020; Call for Presentations opens at the end of the month!
Call for Presentations: Nature-Based Early Learning Conference
The Natural Start Alliance is now accepting proposals for the 2020 Nature-Based Early Learning Conference this summer in Cincinnati, OH. Share your expertise in one of these strands: Teaching, Administration, Research, Teacher Development in Higher Education, or Strategies for Change.Read more >
Upping your Efforts in 2020 !
As we enter a New Year, we all know that we need to increase and enhance our Climate Change Education efforts. I’m hoping that we will all create opportunities to make more progress in working with others to tackle Climate Change.Read more >
Blogger’s pick: 10 documentaries to watch
Award season is in the air. Cold weather brings indoor activities. Experiences improve wellbeing versus material things. These are all good reasons to watch a movie with friends, family, students, or others this winter.Read more >
From Chicago to Detroit: An Environmental Education Love Story
This ee360 Fellow is rebuilding lives and transforming neighborhoods from Chicago to Detroit!Read more >
A Rhizomatic Surprise—Early Childhood & Environmental Education
Learn how the ee360 Fellowship went from project to province in this blog about a problem and a possibility.Read more >
The Moon Doth Tell Us—A Poem and a Captured Moment
Connecting to nature is not just for those we want to reach...it is discovering and rediscovering nature as it reaches out to us. This poem from Rolland Smith reminds us of how the arts and nature reach out for us, if we take the time. It also beckons us to take the time to see and listen to the stories nature is telling us.Read more >
Sustainable Change Takes Time
Environmental education takes time, especially at national, regional and global scale, but it is doable and essential if we want a sustainable future for all.Read more >
Exploration, Discovery and Science: Inviting Community Participation in Water Quality Monitoring through ee360's Community Fellowship
Have you considered applying to become one of NAAEE's 2020 Community EE Fellows? Not sure how this opportunity might fit in with your EE involvement? Learn more about what current fellow, Nina M. Suzuki, of the UC Davis Arboretum and Public Garden, did with her fellowship.Read more >
What Do our Student Climate Strikers Want?
Sally Birdsall of the New Zealand Association for Environmental Education (NZAEE) shares the student leaders of Auckland’s School Strike 4 Climate panel discussion.Read more >
Apply for STEM Education Grant
Deadline: February 6, 2020 - NOAA-21st Century Community Learning Centers STEM Education Partnership Grant will fund after school programs that educate students about watersheds.
ee360 Fellowship Application is Open
Deadline: February 14 - Make your community more resilient as an environmental education leader! Each fellow accepted into the ee360 Community EE Fellowship Program will receive training and individualized support for their work.
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