Environmental Literacy Plans
Maine ELP Planning Process
1/12/2011 4:57:33 PM
| Last Edited By
on 3/4/2011 4:56:42 PM
A good summary of Maine's ELP planning process as presented at the New England EE Association conference.
Maine Planning Process Power Point
Log in to Add to Favorites
Maine Planning Process Power Point
by Maine Audubon
1/12/2011 4:52:53 PM
It is with excitement, gratitude and relief that I announce that Maine has a Department of Education...
Iowa is just beginning the process
9/28/2010 3:07:40 PM
Special thanks to Jonathan Mueller for sharing Nevada's process, and to Rebecca Bell, for informing us of the pending release of Maryland's plan. Congratulations to their states on getting to where they are. A huge plus for Illinois is that they now have a green governor, Pat Quinn, who will certainly be an asset in moving their "EL for IL" (Environmental Literacy for Illinois) update plans along. They have many strong movers and shakers, ranging from the Environmental Education Association of Illinois to
9/28/2010 3:10:53 PM
We are in the process of developing an ELP for our state. We have met with representatives from various agencies and educators to begin the process by creating a case for support document. We will share when we complete this document, hopefully by mid-October. We started a wiki discussion board that you are welcome to view and share your comments. The wiki address is http://arelp.pbworks.com/
Using the K-12 EE Learner Guidelines as a Framework for Content Standards
12/30/2010 1:18:27 PM
Excellence in Environmental Education Guidelines for Learning (K-12) provides a widely accepted framework for environmental literacy achievement. The EE Learner Guidelines support state environmental education efforts by setting learner expectations for environmental literacy in 4th, 8th, and 12th grades. Use these guidelines as you develop your state Environmental Literacy Plan. You can download the publication from this post.
Draft Colorado Environmental Literacy Plan
2/8/2011 6:18:14 PM
This Draft Environmental Literacy Plan (CELP Feb. 2011) will be going on a state wide feedback tour ...
9/28/2010 3:09:31 PM
Hi Everyone, Florida is creeping along with our ELP! We had our first meeting in January. This thoughtful discussion on what we need for our state as well as what the legislation states we need was eye-opening. There are many elements we do not know. We created a wiki (https://floridaenvironmentalliteracyplan.pbwiki.com) to help us all work on the plan. The wiki enables us to make comments to the same document as everyone else without clogging up our email accounts. We divided the plan into sections wit
EI for IL
9/28/2010 3:02:12 PM
On 12/12/08, I attended a meeting in Joliet, Il, along with reps from EEAI (Environmental Education Association of Illinois}, ISTA (Illinois Science Teachers Association), Chicago Wilderness, etc. A major purpose of this meeting was to begin considering the task of updating "EL for IL" to make it NCLI compliant. Many of the reps had been involved in drafting earlier versions of the State's environmental literacy plan. After introductions, we began by sharing "factoids" to bring everyone
Environmental Literacy for Nevadans
9/28/2010 3:06:22 PM
Special thanks to Jonathan Mueller for sharing Nevada's process, and to Rebecca Bell, for informing us of the pending release of Maryland's plan. Congratulations to their states on getting to where they are.
A huge plus for Illinois is that they now have a green governor, Pat Quinn, who will certainly be an asset in moving their "EL for IL" (Environmental Literacy for Illinois) update plans along. They have many strong movers and shakers, ranging from the Environmental Ed
© 2003 - 2013 Edict Incorporated
All Rights Reserved
Current Time Zone:
Eastern Standard Time