Monthly Archives: February 2013

Community Works Journal

Free subscription for educators! I love things that are free – and especially things related to education.  Plenty of educators looking to improve their teaching are just short on cash.  In the age of information, we are lucky to have … Continue reading

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MacKenzie Environmental Education Center School Based Programs Threatened

from WAEE Member, Ruth Ann Lee: School based environmental education programs at the MacKenzie Environmental Education Center The WI DNR has proposed to end its most highly successful environmental education (EE) program and making major changes (including a shooting range) at … Continue reading

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Get Outside in February

February can be that month where winter seems to draaaaag.  But while we all will soon rejoice in the signs and sounds of spring (crocuses aren’t far off, indeed), it’s always a great time to appreciate nature’s here-and-now.  So for … Continue reading

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Assess Your EE Program or Career – with a map!

Introducing eeEcology, a free, easy-to-use tool that should be a boon to many an environmental educator, formal or non-formal.  Here’s how it works: enter the goals of your program enter your program activities, audience, and work environment eeEcology creates a … Continue reading

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KEEP Energy Educator of the Year Awards

Sponsored by the Wisconsin K-12 Energy Education Program (KEEP) The Wisconsin K-12 Energy Education Program (KEEP) recognizes educators who take the extra step to improve energy literacy in Wisconsin through the Energy Educator of the Year Award for formal and … Continue reading

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Digital Learning Day and Environmental Education

As Environmental Educators, we sometimes have a dichotomous relationship with technology.  On the one hand, we may want to wrench our students from their ever-present devices and get them out into nature – on the other, we recognize technology as … Continue reading

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