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August 5, 2021
2021 Conference and Research Symposium: The Power of Connection
Registration is now open!
Join us in October for two weeks of compelling plenary speakers, nearly 400 sessions, and a host of networking opportunities.
It’s our 50th anniversary! #NAAEE2021 will celebrate the power of connection and the restorative role of nature in our lives. We’ll explore how EE is bringing people together to solve our most pressing problems and create more just and sustainable communities.
Tiered pricing is available to help make this online experience accessible to all.
Games as a Tool for Education and Action
Solutions is a board game about solving climate change. Tested on over 500 students, Solutions leads to fun and meaningful discussions, acting as a starting point for real-world class projects that give students a sense of agency and hope.Read more >
Urban Watersheds: Adjusting Instruction During COVID-19
Each month, Watershed STEM Grantees will share stories about how they implement their projects, adapt to challenges, and work collaboratively towards a blue planet in the eeBLUE: Watershed Chronicles blog posts on eePRO. Join us on their journeys!Read more >
Curricular Framework - Education for Advancing Circular Economy
The framework is intended to support curricular developers in integrating concepts linked to Circular Economy into teaching, including in the educational standards that guide the curriculum and in the content used to engage educators and students in the classroom and beyond.Read more >
When Children Design Cities
Urban planner Mara Mintzer asked it best: What would happen if we asked children to design our cities? Introducing young people to civic engagement through real-world examples can set the foundation for future implementation of policies that elevate environmental education.Read more >
Regional Funding Opportunities with Summer Deadlines
Is your organization looking for your next big project? Because we have some great regional funding opportunities for you with deadlines ranging from July–November!Read more >
Pedagogical Principles in Environmental Education for Young Children. About a Couple of Swallows and an Ugly Bird House.
A holistic approach to early childhood education is composed of three interlocking bodies of knowledge: the concrete mind, literacy/alphabetization, and opsistiation. Principles, processes, and strategies operate differently within them. This third blog of a series of eight discusses the principles of information, environments, and educational objectives.Read more >
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50th Anniversary Member Spotlight: Former NAAEE Board Member Charlotte Clark
"I'm so proud of the wide swath of partners we work with in all sectors, so that long term, new-comers, and aspiring environmental educators can build knowledge and skills and can learn and teach about how to engage in civic life."
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