Long nights and cold days mean Irvine’s Nature in the Classroom outreach season is on its way! We all know that time and funding have large constraints on field trips. Although Irvine would love to see every Baltimore City student visit our center, we understand that sometimes it’s easier if we come to you! Our… Read more »
The National Environmental Education Foundation’s National EE Week website has a great environmental education curricula library. Topics range from air quality, to schoolyard gardens, to recycling. Check it out!
NSTA is presenting a series of free web seminars on the practices described in the Framework. Each web seminar focuses on a particular practice outlined in the Framework and will provide information on: • the key elements of the practice; • how the practice is part of the broader set of practices that work together… Read more »
The Urban EE Collective has created a selection of readings for members of the Urban EE Collective called the Urban EE Collective Library. I recommend you check out the Urban EE Collective and their Urban EE Collective Library!
Check out an awesome tool from The Cornell Lab of Ornithology. YardMap is a citizen science project designed to cultivate a richer understanding of bird habitat, for both professional scientists and people concerned with their local environments. By studying the school grounds students can create a detailed map of all of the school ground features,… Read more »
Ever wonder what’s going on in other cities? How are they integrating EE into their curriculum and creating programs that are meaningful to students? Check out the Urban Environmental Education in the Bronx and elsewhere blog to see what teachers and community organizations in the Bronx are doing to help connect students to the environment.