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October 9, 2019
NAAEE Conference and Research Symposium in just one week!
The Conference and Research Symposium programs are now online! Read about our inspiring keynote presenters, and check out the opportunities for young professionals to develop new skills, our 6th annual evaluation clinic, and hundreds of sessions tailored to every interest. Download the app and plan your schedule!
Earth Force Empowered STEM Program Takes Students from STEM to Action
Earth Force's Empowered STEM approach takes project-based learning to a new level.Read more >
Empowering Young People to Adapt to a Changing World: The International Student Conservation Leadership Summit
This preliminary case study through the Global Environmental Education Partnership (GEEP) explores the first ever International Student Conservation Leadership Forum, a collaboration between the National Wildlife Federation and the Taiwan Ministry of Education. Using the internationally-recognized Eco-Schools and GLOBE (Global Learning and Observations to Benefit the Environment) frameworks, federal and non-government organization (NGO) partners from the U.S. and Taiwan conducted a week-long immersive learning exchange program called Student Conservation Leadership Summit (SCLS) with 28 high school students from the U.S. and Taiwan.Read more >
Association Spotlight: Chinese Society for EE
Did you know that the Chinese Society for EE (CSEE) was instrumental in helping pass the Environmental Education Act of Taiwan of 2011? Or that CSEE helped introduce the Green Schools and Sustainable Campus projects into Taiwan’s school system? This relatively small but mighty association has achieved quite a bit since its inception in 1992.Read more >
Social and Behavior Change Buzz Words
I consider myself a change agent and feel like every day I hear a new buzz word meant to be the silver bullet to change someone’s behavior or improve a social issue. My goal with this blog post is to help unpack the similarities and differences between several behavior and social change disciplines.Read more >
Deliberative Forums Make A Difference: Climate Choices
When people gather with friends, neighbors, and fellow community members to deliberate on shared problems, they often report that they are exposed to ideas and perspectives they hadn’t previously entertained. They also often say that they leave the deliberative forums, not with completely changed minds, but “thinking differently” nonetheless. In this blog posting from the Kettering Foundation, read more about some of the reactions from participants in 25 online forums focusing on climate change choices.Read more >
Download the Conference App
The 2019 conference app is ready to use! Check out the lineup of speakers. View the sessions. Plan your schedule. Add yourself to the attendee hub and connect with other conference-goers! Download the conference mobile app for iOS or Android or view it on your web browser. On the app, search for “NAAEE” and add the "2019 Conference and Research Symposium" to your mobile phone or tablet to view the schedule. You can also view and create an account on your computer.
Share a Ride or Find a Roomate for NAAEE2019
Find a roommate or rideshare for the Conference and/or Research Symposium in our Facebook group.
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