Monthly Archives: November 2012

Books of the Backwoods

Good Reads for Environmental Educators this November Between gravy, family, and bouncy-ball weather, I got the chance to do some much-needed reading this Thanksgiving.  What I found was an incredible treatise to the effects of nature on the brain.  Eva … Continue reading

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EE Online Resource – CLEAN

I cannot imagine what it must have taken to get this resource up and running! CLEAN, the Climate Literacy and Energy Awareness Network Pathway is a compiling of digital resources on climate change that have been reviewed by teachers, students … Continue reading

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Get Outside in November

Feeling blue because of the impending gray weather and early sunsets?  Get outside and kick those pre-winter doldrums – there’s still plenty to explore this month!  Here are some ideas to get you started. 1.  November is a seedy month.  … Continue reading

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Greening your Math Program

Check out this cook workshop offered by LEAF at Treehaven.  Scholarships are available! Mathematics in the Forest Transform your math program with Mathematics in the Forest! The mathematics from algebra, geometry, and trigonometry will be used to study problems that … Continue reading

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Mentorship Program – November Activity

The Mentorship Program accomplishes WAEE’s mission of networking by linking experienced environmental educators to those who are new in the field. There are no set criteria for being a mentor or mentee. Mentors should be available to answer questions, serve as a … Continue reading

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