The Smithsonian-Mason School of Conservation has confirmed a large suite of courses for its 2014 catalog. A total of 9 courses are currently confirmed. Courses, which range in length from 3 days to 2 weeks, are intensive residential programs hosted in our new, sustainably-built Academic Center on the grounds of SCBI in Front Royal Virginia. Three of the current offerings are brand-new courses and at least two additional new courses will be announced soon.
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***One Position at Bear Creek Nature Center, One ...
Throughout New Zealand, including Ashburton vets and the team of vets in Gisborne, animal health spe...
Global Explorers, in collaboration with the National Park Service, is offering a partially-scholarship based travel opportunity to educators and students in the US Southwest. This new program, the Night Skies Arts Academy, includes a 9-day wilderness adventure focused on artistic expression of the dark night sky. The trip includes a hike into Canyon de Chelly, rafting a portion of the San Juan River, and astronomy lessons with experts from NPS.
January 9th - 11th, 2014. Earthkeepers is a program for 4th and 5th graders, developed by the Institute for Earth Education, and in practice at residential centers around the world. This comprehensive workshop is designed for educators currently running Earthkeepers programs or interested in starting the program at their facility.
January 22-23, 2014. Interpretive designers create the leisure journeys that interpreters implement. Just as we have designers today for the buildings, signs, grounds, exhibits, and other components of our mission-driven public places, we need “interpretive designers” who focus on the most
important component, the actual experience of the visitors who come. This is a new profession
which works with the whole experience that other designers only facilitate in part.
Assistant Professor of Environmental Education https://jobs.wwu.edu/JobPosting.aspx?JPID=4882
Academic focus on Environmental and Sustainability Education, with lead role in the Environmental Education residential graduate program.
Join 50 other educators on a Maine island for EE intensive.
Dancing with Thoreau is a film about our connection with nature, and specifically the benefits of a connection with nature. The film will explore how and why we, as a Western society, can and should reconnect with our environment.
Film Ideas' new 5-part DVD series increases student interest in STEM education and careers through their interest in today's environmental issues.