The University of Florida’s School of Forest Resources and Conservation is searching for a new coordinator for Florida’s successful Project Learning Tree (PLT) program, an existing national environmental education program that offers instructional resources and professional development for teachers and non-formal educators.
Are you thinking about what it might take to get your EE program ready to be recognized under NAAEE's Accreditation: Distinguished College and University Programs? Plan on attending a full day workshop at Eastern Kentucky University on January 4, 2018.
The Master of Science in Environmental Education degree program at Southern Oregon University is accredited by the North American Association for Environmental Education. This program develops leaders in the field of environmental education. Coursework exposes students to natural sciences, environmental issues and their associated conflicts, best practices in education, and the history and current field of environmental education.
NAAEE Accreditation formally recognizes high quality college and university programs that consistently prepare well–qualified environmental educators who possess the understanding, skills, and dispositions associated with environmental literacy, as well as the ability to apply them in their educational practices. For more information about the Accreditation process, visit https://naaee.org/our-work/programs/higher-education-accreditation
Deadline: April 15 -- NAAEE has launched an exciting new initiative designed to formally recognize distinguished college and university environmental education programs that are developing the kinds of environmental educators we need in the field. Graduates of these programs are experiencing curriculum and training that will translate to best practices in EE across a variety of learning contexts.
The Department of Education at Montana State University (MSU) invites applications for the position of Assistant/Associate Professor in K-8 Science Education. The position is a tenure-track, academic year appointment with potential for summer employment.
NOTE: NAAEE was a member of NCATE 2002-2013.
The National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) is the profession’s mechanism to help establish high quality teacher preparation. Through the process of professional accreditation of schools, colleges and departments of education, NCATE works to make a difference in the quality of teaching and teacher preparation today, tomorrow, and for the next century. NCATE’s performance-based system of accreditation fosters competent classroom teachers and other educators who work to improve the education of all P-12 students. NCATE believes every student deserves a caring, competent, and highly qualified teacher.
NAAEE was a member of NCATE, now called CAEP, from 2002-2013. NAAEE Standards for the Initial Preparation of Environmental Educators were approved in 2007. NAAEE is no longer a member of NCATE. From this page you can download the standards as well as forms and instructions for program reporting, and reviewer rubrics that were used at the time.