EETAP has completed two new articles on key initiatives in environmental education (EE). They highlight work by EETAP, its partners, and others in related areas within EE. The articles are written in a popular style to inform EE practitioners and other educators about programs and trends in EE and their significance for the field. EETAP has posted the articles in PDF format on its Web site for educators to read and download.
· Education and the Environment: Partners for Change
Read about four exemplary schools, working in especially effective partnerships with non-formal education organizations that are realizing lofty education goals -— with the backing of teachers, administrators, and state education department officials. See how interdisciplinary, hands-on, project-based learning is replacing traditional, compartmentalized instruction at Clay County High School (Kentucky), Gove Elementary School (Florida), Hollywood Elementary School (Maryland), and Komachin Middle School (Washington).
· EE Program Profiles
What does excellence in environmental education look like? There are so many ways of delivering environmental education programs, and so many components to a comprehensive approach to EE. Explore profiles of seven exemplary and varied efforts that illustrate the range and variation in environmental education.
EETAP Announces: TWO NEW ARTICLES HIGHLIGHT EE WORK