Promoting Professional Development and Best Practice in EE
The latest news, resources, and opportunities in the ee community
April 1, 2020
NAAEE 2020 in Tucson, Arizona
EE: Inspire Change!
Research Symposium: October 13–14, 2020
Conference: October 14–17, 2020
We have extended the deadline to submit proposals to Friday, April 3. Please read the complete message here and share with your networks >
COVID-Related Updates for Educators & Advocates
New stimulus package impacts for nonprofits and guidelines for spending time outside.Read more >
EE 30 Under 30 Nominations Close May 8!
Nominate yourself or a fellow leader to join this inspiring global community of young environmental education leaders before May 8.Read more >
Professional Development During a Pandemic
As environmental educators, what’s more positive than sharing the knowledge we have? Expanding our knowledge-base so that we can continue to be leaders in our field and help shape a new generation to be more resilient than ever! Keep learning in an ever-changing world.Read more >
Do E-STEM-Shaded Glasses Help Humanists and Ecofeminists Navigate Environmental Solutions?
How do the humanist principles and poststructural ecofeminism fit within the domain of e-STEM? Read E-STEM eePRO moderator, Kenneth Rainer's recent blog.Read more >
Never a Dull Moment
Learn about the new eePRO group Government EE Agencies group and some of the questions they plan to explore. Join in the conversation!Read more >
Early Childhood EE Course Engages Pre-Service Teachers in Community Projects
Read how early childhood EE students in Yash Bhagwanji's Florida Atlantic University course collaborated with churches, mosques, private schools, public schools, and other non-profit organizations to help advance the health and ecological literacy of children.Read more >
Serious Games for Coastal and Marine Conservation, Management, and Adaptation – Find a Game for Your Work!
A recent movement—“serious gaming”—is revitalizing the idea that games can do a lot more than just entertain. Learn how games are being used to engage stakeholders, educate students and the general public, and conduct research.Read more >
Nature Journaling to Connect
Read about nature journaling as a method of connecting to nature in a different way than many are used to.Read more >
Values Based Education for a Better World
Learn how this network of schools have nearly a 100% survival rate for trees and school gardens planted using a values-based education initiative.Read more >
Resources for Starting a Conservation Career
Are you interested in starting a career in conservation? Are you unsure of where or how to start? This blog will provide helpful tools for those who are just getting started in the field and those who are looking to build their resumes.Read more >
The Webinar on Webinars
April 9, 4:00 PM ET: The Goodman Center is partnering with NAAEE to offer “The Webinar on Webinar” free exclusively for the NAAEE audience.
Message from Executive Director
Read Judy Braus' March 27th message to colleagues, members, and friends about the COVID-19 crisis.
COVID-19: Resources, Tips, and Support
Check out our new section on the site with lists of online resources and suggested activities. A discussion forum is linked.
Webinars Supporting Nonprofits
Andy Robinson, fundraising consultant is offering two timely webinars this week: Wednesday, April 1: Fundraising in Uncertain Times Thursday, April 2: Mastering Virtual Meetings, Webinars, and Remote Workshops
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