Today’s conversation is with Melanie Rawlins from Interpretive Services at Tumacacori National Historical Park. She was interviewed by Kathe Sudano on May 8, 2020. What are the ways the world is changing regarding environmental and natural history? Why are we hearing so much about diversity and inclusion? Why is that conversation necessary in the history […]
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Today’s conversation is with Blue Baldwin, Ecology Program Coordinator for Manzo Elementary School. Blue was interviewed by Kathe Sudano on May 11, 2020. Manzo Elementary in Barrio Hollywood has a reputation. First, they not only increased the amount of time students spend outside (which in 2015 was listed as* thirty minutes) but the staff started a […]
It’s been more than a month since AAEE’s first conference in over a decade and we have not stopped thinking about it! Your professional development committee and board of directors are hard at work sorting through the feedback to shape future professional gatherings and the general organization to meet the diverse needs of our state. […]
AAEE hosts an online Basic EE Certification Program designed to introduce you to the foundational concepts of providing quality environmental education and environmental educational programs and content. This certification, recognized by NAAEE as one of thirteen states with EE Certification Programs, has graduated 57 participants since 2015. It is a work-at-your-own pace, year long, 100-hour […]
AAEE is honored to receive a 2019 NAAEE Guidelines for Excellence Small Grant to offer two Guidelines for Excellence Workshops throughout the state. We’ll be offering one of these workshops at the 2019 Conference on Thursday, September 12 at 1pm. To register for this visit our 2019 Conference Website. Read about how the Guidelines for […]
In 2018 we launched the Environmental Literacy Community of Practice (ELCoP) to bring together people from across the state to help solve the challenges around improving environmental literacy for Arizonans. Current ELCoP members will be hosting two special conference sessions and we’d love for you to join the conversation. EE and the Well-Rounded Student: Accessing […]
This June, AAEE’s Board of Directors was honored to be selected as one of ten NAAEE Affiliates to participate in the second ee360 Affiliate Leadership Clinic. Our five board members traveled to beautiful Asilomar State Park Conference Center for five days of workshops, discussions and planning sessions (plus some beach time!) all focused on helping […]
In February 2016, the Arizona Center for Nature Conservation (ACNC) reopened the South Mountain Environmental Education Center in partnership with the City of Phoenix Parks and Recreation Department.
In previous communications we’ve shared that AAEE is working with a diverse group of stakeholders to develop an Environmental Literacy Plan for Arizona. The Environmental Literacy Committee has taken a few big steps toward making this happen. We’ve used feedback from our Environmental Literacy Summit that was held in March 2016 combined with research on […]
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