In the latest Watershed Chronicle, Executive Director Susan McClure shares how Lake Champlain Maritime Museum brings together informal educators and families to enrich watershed learning through lake stewardship.
In this eeBLUE Watershed Chronicles blog post, Lilly Meighan, education and outreach coordinator of Lynchburg Water Resources, shares how students experienced and learned about their direct connection to the environment and took steps to care for it.
In the June issue of eeBLUE Watershed Chronicles, Emily Flaherty, School to Sea Director of Salem Sound Coastwatch, reflects on the power of "sneaky learning" and hands-on experiences in watershed STEM.
Florida students participating in award-winning OysterCorps gain aquaculture literacy and career confidence as they learn about the cultural and environmental importance of oysters in their own backyard.
In this eeBLUE Watershed Chronicles blog post, Polly Burns, Program Director at ReNEW Schools, and Dinah Maygarden, Director of the Coastal Education Program at the University of New Orleans, bring wetland and watershed science investigative projects to middle school students.
Read about a unique partnership between academia, industry, and public education that was formed to improve aquaculture literacy and confidence in a Florida community in the latest eeBLUE Harvest Stories blog.
Learn how to engage students in local environmental issues, investigate solutions, devise a plan, and take action. The Great Lakes Watershed Field Course (GLWFC) is a 4-day professional development experience for teachers throughout the Great Lakes region. The course will take place August 15-18, 2022 in Suttons Bay, MI.
Date and Time:
Monday, August 15, 2022, 8:00am to Thursday, August 18, 2022, 5:00pm
Each month, NAAEE will share blogs from the Aquaculture Literacy grantees as they implement innovative educational experiences that explore aquaculture topics in local communities. We can’t wait for you to “sea” what they are up to!
In this eeRESEARCH post, part of a series on coastal resilience, Kara Nunnally from Duke University speaks with Dr. Jennifer Jones and Dr. Heather Skaza Acosta about the impact colleges and universities can have in EE through generating meaningful community engagement and training effective nonformal educators.
Cindy Wilems, Director of Education at Galveston Bay Foundation, talks about their EE initiatives and the ways they are building a community of coastal resilience in the face of climate change (and stronger storms!). This eeRESEARCH post is part of a series on EE practices for coastal resilience in the United States.
In this eeBLUE Watershed Chronicles blog post, David Kline from Stroud™ Water Research Center, shares the unintentional outcomes of adaptive educational experiences at 21st century community learning centers.
This post is part of a series on EE practices for coastal resilience in the United States. In collaboration with NAAEE, Duke University is showcasing EE practices and advice from organizations on each coast while highlighting relevant research to help EE practitioners learn from academic literature.
The Ocean Literacy Summit is a biennial conference that brings together educators and scientists from across New England and surrounding states for the purpose of sharing new marine science and oceanographic developments along with new approaches and successful programs for teaching ocean science in both school and informal educational settings. To demonstrate the power of collaboration and communication among professionals in these sectors, all of the Summit’s concurrent sessions feature scientists and educators as co-presenters.
Date and Time:
Wednesday, November 10, 2021, 8:30am to Thursday, November 11, 2021, 4:00pm
This post is part of a series on EE practices for coastal resilience in the United States. In collaboration with NAAEE, Duke University showcases EE practices and advice from organizations on each coast while highlighting relevant research to help EE practitioners learn from academic literature.
Discovery Hall Programs (DHP) of the Dauphin Island Sea Lab (DISL) has an opening for a marine science educator to work within a collaborative education and outreach group. This is a full-time, year-round position with benefits.
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!