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North Carolina Botanical Gardens

Educating for Climate Justice and Action: NAAEE Guidelines for Excellence Workshop (Wake Green Schools)

Educating for Climate Justice and Action: Guidelines for Excellence is being developed for the many different individuals and organizations conducting climate education. This is a pilot workshop for these new materials that will be publically available in Summer of 2024. See details below.

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Educating for Climate Justice and Action: NAAEE Guidelines for Excellence Workshop (Wake Green Schools)
Educating for Climate Justice and Action: NAAEE Guidelines for Excellence Workshop (Wake Green Schools)

Time & Location

May 18, 2024, 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM

North Carolina Botanical Gardens, 100 Old Mason Farm Rd, Chapel Hill, NC 27517, USA

About This Event

The Guidelines for Excellence is a series of materials that helps environmental educators hone their practice and programs to national standards of high-quality environmental education programming. Developed by the North American Association for Environmental Education (NAAEE), the Guidelines document the collective wisdom of hundreds of educators across our nation; these guides are updated periodically to reflect new research, changing best practices, and an increasing attention to equity and inclusion.

This workshop is for educators (formal, nonformal, and higher education) who want to:

  • Design effective education programs that focus on climate change
  • Address climate injustice in their community.
  • Ignite just climate action with youth or adults.

Though all participants are welcome, this workshop will be catered toward Wake Green Schools Educators at this time. More in person and online options for this workshop will be available in the coming months. As this is a pilot workshop, EENC will be collecting feedback from participants on highlights and lowlights, mechanics, and learning targets. Stipends are available to all participants for their time and feedback (Non-formal educators will recieve $50 compensation, classroom teachers will recieve $150 to cover the cost of their substitute as well as compensation). 

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