Advocacy for Environmental Education co-hosted by MEEA and KACEE

NAAEE’s Director of Policy & Affiliate Relations, Sarah Bodor, provides an update on Environmental Education Advocacy efforts at the national level, and talks with Kansans and Missourians about how they can take part in advocating for EE. This event is part of our 2021 Monthly series co-hosted...

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Collecting Data to Explore Plastic Pollution in Our Communities

The most democratic goal of education is to develop engaged citizens who are able to investigate compelling questions about their community and the world around them. National Geographic has developed the Geo-Inquiry Process as one way to achieve this goal by positioning students to develop the...

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Intro to Safe Zone and How to be an Ally for LGBTQ+ Students

Do you want to make sure that all students feel safe and welcome in your classes? Do you sometimes struggle to know how best to meet the needs of your LGBTQ+ students? Join us for an introductory session on Safe Zone to learn more about how to be an effective ally to LGBTQ+ students in your...

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Clean Water Educator Workshop

Get started in building your knowledge and understanding of stormwater issues in our area at an upcoming virtual teacher workshop. This virtual workshop is designed to help facilitate teachers’ desire to learn more about stormwater management and water quality while discovering new ways to bring...

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Grow Native! Webinar: Native Predatory Wasps with Heather Holm

Missouri Prairie Foundation (MPF) is providing a series of virtual learning opportunities with webinars and master classes planned for January through March of 2021. Every Wednesday at 4:00 p.m., participants can learn from a variety of speakers on topics such as native edibles, designing with...

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