Research-Based Best Practices for Environmental Education
This workshop will bring together members of the academic community with regional environmental with regional environmental education professionals to identify best practices in K-12 environmenal education based on current research and evaluation.
Soundslide versions of the presentations can be found at http://www.chesapeake.org/stac/workshop_edu.php
Location and Lodging
August 27, 2012 -August 28, 2012
174 West Street
Please reserve your guest room before August 20, 2012. STAC has reserved a block of rooms under CRC or Chesapeake Research Consortium. The room rate per night is $116.00.
Registration is currently closed. If you have any questions, please contact STAC Staff
Kevin Schabow, Workshop Lead
Michael Paolisso, STAC Representative
Natalie Gardner, STAC Staff
Fostering Chesapeake Stewardship GIT
Scientific and Technical Advisory Committee Chesapeake Bay Trust
What We Know: Environmental Education and the MWEE, "Aligning Best Practices with Outcomes: Lessons from the Empirical Literature and a Large Sample Study in Interpretation" - Dr. Marc Stern (Viriginia Tech University)
Keeping It Real: Using Schools and Communities as a Context for Environmental Education, "Strengths and Limitations of School Sustainability Rating Systems (SSRSs)" - Julian Dautremont-Smith (Alfred State College)
Panel: Education Priorities and their Connection to EE Best Practices, "A Perfect Match:The Environmental Literacy Curriculum Standards and the Next Generation Science Standards" - Laurie Jenkins (Montgomery County Public Schools)