All who have been teaching ecology to any degree in any undergraduate course are invited to participate in the Teaching of Undergraduate Ecology Survey (TUES), administered by the Ecological Society of America. The first of its kind, this survey will provide critical insights on where and how ecology is taught in undergraduate courses. Provide your input!
NAAEE is in the early stages of developing a set of guidelines focusing on climate change education and climate justice as part of the Guidelines for Excellence series. As with all of the others sets of guidelines, these will be developed using a public participatory process involving opportunities to review and provide input. If you would like to learn about updates in our process and provide input into drafts, please complete the following Google form:
The Worldwide Teach-in on Climate and Justice offers weekly professional development webinars on teaching climate for non-experts. This week, we invite you to learn about how K–12 teachers can engage their students on climate change. We will also explore how improving students' writing skills can be vital in empowering their climate advocacy. Finally, we will be sharing information about how to participate in the Worldwide Teach-in on Climate and Justice, set for March 29, 2023.
The WorldWide Teach-In on Climate and Justice offers weekly professional development webinars for non-climate experts to learn how to teach about climate change every Wednesday at 10 AM and 9 PM Eastern Time. Topics vary each week. Check out this upcoming webinar for K–12 teachers to incorporate climate change into the classroom, no matter their subject.
The WorldWide Teach-In on Climate and Justice is offering professional development webinars every Wednesday at 10 AM and 9 PM Eastern Time. These next upcoming webinars are for those interested in using art, galleries, and museums or food systems to address the climate crisis with just solutions. See more for descriptions, registration links, and other resources.
We want to hear from you. NAAEE strives to provide the best experience possible for attendees. Share your feedback on our NAAEE 2022 in-person and virtual Conference and Research Symposium by taking our survey.
Culturally responsive environmental education (CREE) was created to enable students to interact with scientists and participate in hands-on science experiments without the stress of hiding their identity. This survey was developed as part of an intern project and master’s thesis seeking to examine ways to improve CREE training in environmental education staff. The purpose of your participation in this survey is to help us at Smithsonian Environmental Research Center (SERC) understand the current status of CREE in environmental education, what is needed to improve training strategies, and if a base guideline would help provide better training.
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Monday, October 17, 2022, 12:00am to Friday, November 11, 2022, 12:00am
Teach climate change with "Climate Emergency: Feedback Loops," a series of five short films, including an accompanying science standards-based curriculum for grades 6–12 and discussion guides suitable for university-level and community groups.
We truly appreciate the collective exchange of ideas each of the presenters and keynote speakers facilitate and champion at the NAAEE Annual Research Symposium and Conference. In this post, we're amplifying sessions at NAAEE2022 that center Native voices, culture, and knowledge.