Promoting Professional Development and Best Practice in EE
The latest news, resources, and opportunities in the ee community
March 10, 2017
Call for Presentations is open!
Deadline: April 10
NAAEE seeks compelling proposals for the 2017 Conference and Research Symposium in San Juan, Puerto Rico. The Call for Presentations is available in English and Spanish. We’re also looking for volunteers to review proposals. Details >
Connecting to Nature: Nature and Me
In the series of how nature impacts us, Marghanita Hughes has a perspective that brings to the fore the importance of the arts as a vehicle for looking at nature and creating a place for art. Oft times in our trying to partition academic disciplines, we leave the arts as an aside. It is integral and is essential. One cannot separate it any more than we can separate hearing and seeing, they interconnect. When we love something, we want to know more about it, we are more inclined to protect it because it has value. So it is with nature and how the arts can make us more connected to our environment. As Marghanita says: "Life is truly beautiful....what is loved will survive...we protect what we love!"Read more >
February News from Natural Start Alliance
Learn about Natural Start Training opportunities, remember to submit a session proposal by March 6th for the 2017 Nature-Based Preschool National Conference, hear from the Secret Forest Playschool and how they deal with winter challenges, keep up with the latest research, and lots more news.Read more >
Why I Wear Jordans in the Great Outdoors
Recognized this past fall at the NAAEE annual conference as one of 30 outstanding environmental education leaders under the age of 30, CJ Goulding is proud to serve as an inspirational megaphone for people of color and people of different ethnic backgrounds in exploring the great outdoors. Read his 2014 blog detailing how his sneakers are building environmental and cultural bridges...Read more >
Undergraduate student shares her experience at a professional networking event
Undergraduate Rachel Loomis, a student at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, shares her experience attending a professional conference for the first time. Share with undergraduates that you work with!Read more >
Have you watched this NAAEE Impact video?
How is NAAEE helping you make an impact? Watch this video introducing our new story-telling platform, created by Microsoft Edge, then read the stories!
Where Will You Have an Impact?
Read stories and perspectives that show how high-quality environmental education changes the world!
Webinar Series: Bringing New Ideas and Innovation to the Field of EE
Part I: March 28 at 3:00 EST/Part II: March 29 at 3:00 EST Why Bad Presentations Happen to Good Causes with Andy Goodman, co-founder and director of The Goodman Center, which teaches public interest professionals how to reach more people with more impact.
eeWORKS: From Anecdotes to Evidence: Demonstrating the Impact of Environmental Education
NAAEE and partners are conducting comprehensive literature reviews that demonstrate the impact of EE on key outcome areas and developing communication tools based on these reviews for the field. Communications tools for our first outcome area are finished!
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