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June 14, 2017
Conference News: Dr. Jane Goodall Keynote
Registration is open! Register now for the 2017 NAAEE Conference and Research Symposium in San Juan, Puerto Rico, featuring opening night keynote, Dr. Jane Goodall, Founder of the Jane Goodall Institute & UN Messenger of Peace
The deadline to apply for conference scholarships is this Friday, June 16. Apply now!
Proposal submitters will be notified of the review process results by the end of June. The messages come from Do_Not_Reply@AllAcademic.com; please make sure this address will pass through your email filters.
Visit the NAAEE web site to register and find information on our full slate of plenary speakers, along with field trips, workshops, and special events.
Bioblitz: Engaging a School Community in Citizen Science
Read about how students at The Siena School in Silver Spring, MD engaged in a bioblitz event with help from National Geographic in this blog written by Jennifer Chambers, Math & Science Department Chair and Environmental Education Coordinator at The Siena School.Read more >
Handprint: Positive Actions Towards Sustainability
Launched in 2007 by Centre for Environment Education (CEE) at UNESCO’s 4th International Conference on Environmental Education held at Ahmedabad, India, the Handprint represents the belief that we can make a difference through individual and collective actions to solve the environmental problems.Read more >
Music for Biophilia: Joe Lombardi and the Culture of Possibility
This blog originally appeared on Jesus Jazz and Buddhism and is reposted here with permission from Dr. Joe Lombardi. Explore the world of music and connecting to nature through the work of Joe Lombardi.Read more >
Social Movements in EE: What's the Connection?
For the June installment of NAAEE's monthly webinar series (Bringing New Ideas and Innovation to the field of EE), we heard from from Dr. Hahrie Han presenting "Social Movements in EE: What's the Connection?"Read more >
eeLEARN: Online Learning Modules
eeLEARN is a series of online learning modules exploring the foundations of environmental education. The first two are complete: What is EE? and The History of EE.
Deadline: June 16. NAAEE is pleased to offer a variety of scholarships to help educators and students attend our annual conference.
Webinar Series: Bringing New Ideas and Innovation to the Field of EE
June 14 from 3-4 pm EST: Please join us for the next installment of NAAEE's monthly webinar series with Dr. Hahrie Han presenting "Social Movements in EE: What's the Connection?"
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