When you use Universal Design Learning principles, you assume that barriers to learning are in the design of the environment, not the student. Dr. Sherry Adrian will demonstrate how to use this concept to make outdoor learning more inclusive.
The National Park Foundation (NPF) is entering an exciting phase in increasing impact, amplifying the stellar work of the National Park Service (NPS) and working toward a “collective” campaign that vastly increases the ability of NPF to support an extraordinary visitor experience for all people who visit any of the 420+ National Park sites.
The Project WILD Intern is responsible for assisting in the daily operation and decision-making. Duties include assisting with professional development to educators; updating Project WILD curriculum guides; assisting with online materials and resources; participating in staff meetings; and research and/or writing projects relating to education, learning, wildlife, the environment, climate change education, diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI), and educational/remote learning. Travel required.
The Director of Global Education will lead all domestic and international initiatives to advance global climate and environmental literacy, including promoting EARTHDAY.ORG’s (EDO) leadership and expertise in the field, advancing global and national policy and commitments on climate and environmental literacy, and connecting climate and environmental literacy to civic engagement. The Director will be responsible for achieving strategic global and country specific partnerships, relationships with international and country organizations, national and local government entities, and grassroots movement building.
The Project WILD Intern, under the direct supervision of the Project WILD Director, is responsible for correlating WILD activities to national education standards, performing outreach initiatives, assisting with annual guide updates, and assisting with social media promotion.
Teach-ins were an important tool to mobilize citizens for first Earth Day in 1970. For the 50th anniversary in 2020, we are calling on educators around the world to host teach-ins on locally important environmental issues. Come get resources and ideas on how to integrate environmental education and civic action.
Funded by the World Bank Connect4Climate Program, Earth Day Network conducted an assessment of global environmental education programs formally embedded into primary and secondary education school systems. Join us to learn results and best practices to successfully embedding EE into your classrooms.
The theme for Earth Day 2019 is Protect Our Species. This Toolkit is a web-based, cross-disciplinary resource that includes a range of lesson plans and educational activities focused on the issue of Biodiversity.
The Project WILD Intern, under the direct supervision of the Project WILD Director, is responsible for correlating WILD activities to national education
standards, performing outreach initiatives, assisting with annual guide updates, and assisting with social media promotion.