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.
Join a cutting-edge organization to implement exciting whole-district and whole-school Education for Sustainability programs. Based in Westchester, NY, with programs focused in NYC and surrounding areas, the Director of Education will oversee professional development programs and manage communications across multiple schools, staff, and community partners. Conceive, develop and implement new programming in conjunction with strategic plans, and join CELF's network of field experts.
University of California San Diego Extension (UC San Diego Extension) has launched a new online Certificate in Sustainability and Behavior Change. This Certificate program includes unique and advanced training in conservation psychology, behavior change strategies for sustainability, community engagement, and a capstone project and is designed to help practitioners build successful programs and projects that activate awareness and behavior change.
Join us for the Iowa Conservation Education Coalition's Winter Workshop on February 3-4, 2017 at Springbrook Conservation Education Center in Guthrie Center, Iowa. All educators are welcome to join us to learn how to utilize the new Iowa Science Standards to promote the protection of natural resources (monarchs and pollinators specifically), and to advance environmental education using the best methods for learning and teaching science at any age.
Date and Time:
Friday, February 3, 2017, 9:00am to Saturday, February 4, 2017, 3:00pm
Help us provide outstanding nature-based education experiences that are rooted in science and nurture the next generation of environmental stewards and leaders. We are looking for skilled educators to continue the development of a solid program with one of our nation’s iconic National Parks.
Check out some helpful tips for encouraging STEM learning, read about a new member who just opened her own nature-based preschool in Queens, catch up on the news and job opportunities, and mark down the dates for the 2017 Nature-based Preschool Conference in Seattle.
The Chester Ridley Crum Watersheds Association (CRC), located in Newtown Square, Pennsylvania, is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Executive Director (ED). Experienced individuals with a passion for watershed management and riparian system restoration are sought to fill this important position.
The museum seeks a full time Education Coordinator to assist with a growing department that serves over 20,000 youth and adults annually through programming on topics of art, nature and tradition. Programs occur onsite at the Ward Museum and offsite with our diverse community of regional partner organizations. Environmental education is a cornerstone of the museum’s offerings, engaging learners of all ages through an interdisciplinary approach.
Environmental education advocacy call this Thursday, May 5th
Please join us for our monthly advocacy call, Thursday, May 5, 2016, 1-2:00 EDT. There will be an update on the introduction of a Senate climate education bill in a few weeks, and we’ll have more information on how states are responding to federal Every Student Succeeds Act funding. All are welcome. Call-in: (712) 432-1212, Meeting ID: 639-367-277
Scholar, teacher, writer, speaker, and entrepreneur David Orr discusses systems thinking in the second installment of our monthly webinar series—on Tuesday, March 22, at 3 PM EST. Missed the webinar? Access the recording here!
Join Geographer Joseph Kerski and the Colorado Alliance for Environmental Education for a one-hour webinar as we explore relevant and rigorous geotechnology tools that can enhance environmental education in a dynamic manner.
As part of the monthly webinar series NAAEE hosts on eePRO, Marc Stern, an associate professor at Virginia Tech, spoke about trust and public participation on Tuesday, February 23, 2016. Missed Marc's webinar? Access the recording by clicking this post!