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Use our calendar to stay up to date on CEU events and even submit your own. Also we offer a collection of sites and information based on SEEA research and analytics. 

 

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Project WILD is an interdisciplinary conservation and environmental education program that focuses on wildlife and habitat. The goal of Project WILD is to develop awareness, knowledge, skills, and commitment resulting in informed decisions, responsible behavior, and constructive actions concerning wildlife and the environment.

The Private Eye is a learning process, curriculum materials and professional development program to rivet the eye and rocket the mind. It builds Looking Closely, Thinking by Analogy, Changing Scale and Theorizing—the most important habits of mind for success in school and in life. The personal eye and the investigative eye unite. Habits of close observation bloom. Critical thinking soars. Creativity flows. Next Generation Science Standards and Common Core come to life.

For more than four decades, NAAEE has promoted excellence in environmental education throughout North America and the world. We are dedicated to strengthening the field of environmental education and increasing the visibility and efficacy of the profession.

Adopt-A-Stream Mississippi is a program that promotes environmental stewardship through training workshops, outdoor field activities, youth educational programs and by introducing participants to watershed action projects. It wants to involve citizens, like you, in stream stewardship and water quality monitoring. 

This guide is designed for educators in both formal and informal education situations. It is a regional introduction to three main categories of marine debris: litter; derelict or abandoned boats; and lost or abandoned commercial and recreational fishing gear.

The Project WET Curriculum and Activity Guide 2.0 continues Project WET’s dedication to 21st-century, cutting-edge water education. Now in full color, Guide 2.0 offers new activities on topics such as National Parks and storm water, fully revised and updated activities from the original Guide and the very best activities gathered from all of Project WET’s publications.

Project Learning Tree helps develop students’ awareness, knowledge, and appreciation of the environment, builds their skills and ability to make informed decisions, and encourages them to take personal responsibility for sustaining the environment and our quality of life that depends on it. From its beginnings in 1976, PLT has exemplified high-quality environmental education.

What began as a local project has since evolved into a global initiative, operating within watershed areas of the world´s major river. The work we do has ensured access to clean water at schools across the globe while educating those communities on proper sanitation, hygiene and water issues. Swarovski Waterschool ultimately seeks to empower children and their communities around the world to become water ambassadors by providing tools and training that address their local water challenges.

Find an array of environmental and science based lesson plans, activities and ideas below from EPA, other federal agencies and external organizations

 

Teachers Need CEU’s?

Do you want to learn an exciting and fun way to teach your curriculum?

Try a Conservation/Environmental Teacher Workshop!

They are held throughout the year and throughout the state by various agencies. This calendar will be updated with workshops as they become available. 

Are you hosting a CEU workshop?

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This analysis was designed to take a comprehensive look at the environmental education already happening on the ground, identify gaps and barriers to access that prevent successful implementation, and provide recommendations and next steps for increasing environmental literacy efforts in the southeast.

Through stakeholder use of this report, educators will have the tools they need to increase the number of students receiving high quality environmental education and broaden the competency of those students to demonstrate improved environmental literacy and age-appropriate stewardship behaviors. Educators and providers will be able to target their efforts in the areas with the highest need, whether that need is demographic, geographic, and/or content based.

This analysis was designed to take a comprehensive look at the environmental education already happening on the ground, identify gaps and barriers to access that prevent successful implementation, and provide recommendations and next steps for increasing environmental literacy efforts in the southeast.