Promoting Professional Development and Best Practice in EE
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September 25, 2019
Join more than 1,000 environmental educators in Lexington, KY
Featured sessions include: Young Professionals Clinic, Fundraising Coaching Roundtables, and Evaluation Clinic
Auction donations: From T-shirts to trips—support conference scholarships by contributing to the auction
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.Read more >
Creating Synergy: Environmental Literacy and National Standards
With the publication earlier this year of the K-12 Environmental Education: Guidelines for Excellence (2019), we've created two documents that provide insight into the linkages between environmental literacy and the Next Generation Science Standards and the C3 College, Career, and Civic Life Framework.Read more >
Connecting to Nature: “The Past Speaks to Practice”
Have you ever wondered if the way you teach environmental education is effective? Do you also ask the question; is there a new and improved way that may create a better situation for teaching and learning about our earth? We must know others have grappled with what is best.Read more >
Webinar: New Ideas for Moving Place-Based Learning Online
Sept 29, 1 PM ET Learn innovative ideas for using the power of technology and education to deliver effective EE programming online.
From T-shirts to trips—support conference scholarships by contributing to the auction
Proceeds from the annual NAAEE auction support our conference scholarship fund and helps bring environmental educators to the conference who might not otherwise be able to attend. We appreciate all donations! You can bring auction items with you and turn them in at the auction office in the Bluegrass Lobby at the start of the conference, or you can send them ahead to the address below. Make sure to include your name, email address, the value of the item, and a short description. ATTN: Billie Hardin, Auction Chair Kentucky Community and Technical College System 300 North Main Street Versailles, KY 40383
Get Inspired and Motivated!
Read these inspiring testimonials from each 2019 EE 30 Under 30 Alumni.
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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