NHEE is proud to roll out a new field trip funding program we're calling, "We NHEEd to Get Outside!" We have heard from educators around the state that, as school and nonprofit budgets tighten up, transportation funding for field trips is hard to come by. Apply today to get your students outside on a field trip in 2018!
What are your strongest memories from grade school, high school or summer camp? Did any (if not all) of them include a field trip?
Maine Campus Compact would like to invite you to Building Community-Campus Partnerships to Address Climate Change and Water Quality Conference on<
It has been 40 years since the first international conference on environmental education, held in Tbilisi, Georgia. Join NHEE board members and environmental educators from around the country to continue to build what was started 40 years ago at the 2017 NAAEE Conference. This year's conference takes place in Puerto Rico, and the keynote speaker is Jane Goodall. Exciting! Learn more and register today!
There are so many real-world issues we're coping with these days, and it's important to get kids involved in finding, designing and building solutions. However, whether your an educator, parent or caregiver, it can be hard to know where to start, or which projects are age appropriate so that kids are inspired rather than overwhelmed. This diagram, based largely off of research by David Sobel and others, was developed by Aubrey Nelson, former NHEE president, to help communicate which real-world projects might be cognitively appropriate for kids.
As part of a larger EPA grant received from New England Environmental Education Alliance, each New England state was to determine what climate change education activities were occurring. In New Hampshire, we developed a simple survey for collecting this information. This was a non-random survey, it was disseminated through a variety of list serves and personal email lists of NHEE members. The results are presented here.
New Hampshire Environmental Educators (NHEE) is seeking nominations for its annual award recognizing New Hampshire’s outstanding environmental educators.
The award is open to all New Hampshire public and private school teachers employed in grades K-12, college or graduate school and non-formal educators working in New Hampshire. Runners-up from previous years are eligible and encouraged to apply.
A reminder to all 4th GRADERS AND THEIR FAMILIES: You can get FREE admission to America's Natural Wonders and Historic sites! It's easy to get a pass here: https://www.everykidinapark.gov/
Get out there and EXPLORE!!
Do you want to help advance environmental literacy in New Hampshire? Are you interested in supporting the amazing educators who provide EE throughout the state?
Please consider donating to NHEE this Giving Tuesday. Click here to donate today or anytime!
If you would like to donate your time, we are always looking for volunteers and board members! Contact us if you are interested.
Please make your voice heard by attending one of the following meetings about what should be included in education in NH as we receive funding and support through the Every Student Succeeds Act! You can also participate by filling out the following survey at the bottom of this post. NHEE is also working on the implementation of an Environmental Literacy Plan for NH. For more information, visit this website:
We're proud to announce that the Tin Mountain Conservation Center is extending their TMCC member pricing to our NHEE members for their programs!
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