Promoting Professional Development and Best Practice in EE
The latest news, resources, and opportunities in the ee community
November 19, 2020
Indigenous Peoples' Day 2021
Celebrate Indigenous Peoples' Day with these resources and presentations.Read more >
eeVAL: Building a Culture and Capacity for Environmental Education Evaluation
We are rethinking how we approach evaluation to create better partnerships, programs, and healthier communities and we need your input! Explore the NAAEE Evaluation Portal demo website, and fill out the survey to voice your needs and feedback.Read more >
#NAAEE2020 Gems: Recommendations for Outdoor Learning in Winter
It's getting cold out! Struggling with what to teach? Snow problem—our #NAAEE2020 conference attendees have you covered.Read more >
Whole School Approaches to Climate Change Education
The Sustainability and Education Policy Network (SEPN) recently released, "Responding to Climate Change: A Primer for K-12 Education" to provide decision-makers with a research-based analysis of the most effective climate change education strategies.Read more >
Feeding the River
Feeding the River is a cultural connection to water, "a sacred gift." The author, Scott Frazier has said: " I love the quiet in the hills of my family. I have spent many years wandering here. I know where the water is, where the beavers live and the song of the prairie dogs. I am glad my family held onto their land. We shall Sun Dance for their strength."Read more >
eeWORKS: Identifying Effective Climate Change Education Strategies
What does well-informed climate change education look like? Explore our latest eeWORKS on climate change education.Read more >
Mass Audubon: Place-Based STEM Meets You Where You Are
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 >
Five Reasons to Register for the #NAAEE2020 Conference Recordings
It's not too late to take full advantage of NAAEE's 49th Annual Conference and 17th Annual Research Symposium. Let five attendees tell you why you should.Read more >
Environmental Education at the Bahamas National Trust
The Bahamas National Trust is a non-profit, non-governmental organization that manages all of the National Parks in The Bahamas. Along with National Park Management, our organization also focuses on Environmental Education and environmental stewardship.Read more >
Young EE Professionals Happy Hour November 19, 5:30 PM ET
Join us for some fun networking to both destress and connect. This event is hosted by the Young Environmental Education Professionals LinkedIn group.
Assessing Future Training Needs in EE: What Training Do You Desire?
Help inform the development of more effective professional development opportunities for the field by taking this short survey!
Support a small, family-owned business started by environmental educators to serve environmental educators by purchasing books by our featured conference speakers through Acorn Naturalists.
Order Your 2021 Calendars Now!
Explore the beauty of biodiversity with GLOBIO's 2021 Biodiversity Wall Calendar. These make fantastic holiday and thank you gifts for family, friends, and educators, and benefit GLOBIO and NAAEE!
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