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Environmental education -- Activity programs

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View Resource EE-Linked: Environmental Education on the Internet

EE-Link, Environmental Education on the Internet, is available via the Web. A product of the National Consortium for Environmental Education and Training (NCEET), it is a resource designed to support "students, teachers and professionals that support K-12 environmental education, such as media specialists, inservice providers, nature center staff and curriculum developers." The site contains...

https://naaee.org/eePRO
View Resource Development Education Program

The Development Education Program was created by the Economic Development Institute of the World Bank with the aim of educating students to "think critically about the social, economic and environmental issues of sustainable development." Teachers will find text, maps, charts, data tables, photos and case studies in the Learning Modules section to use in their classrooms. The Learning Modules...

http://www.worldbank.org/en/topic/education
View Resource Bridging the Watershed

Bridging the Watershed is a partnership between Washington DC area schools and the National Park Service that uses the Potomac River and Chesapeake Bay watersheds as "learning laboratories." The Students section of this site has some great interactive activities that help students learn how to identify plants and ecosystems, determine stream health based on macroinvertebrate identification, and...

http://fergusonfoundation.org/
View Resource Environmental Education Station

The Environmental Education Station functions primarily as a portal to environmental information on the Internet. Offered through Centre College and University of the South, this Web site contains an excellent collection of links to detailed information on various environmental topics, including global warming, environmental audits, land reclamation, biodiversity, and more. The Environmental...

http://web.centre.edu/enviro/
View Resource North American Association for Environmental Education

The importance and popularity of environmental education has grown steadily over the past few decades. Since 1971, the North American Association for Environmental Education has worked to bolster this movement through a variety of activities, programs, and other services. One of these services is the NAAEE website, which contains a bounty of information and resources for environmental educators....

https://naaee.org
View Resource New York State: Environmental Education Lesson Plans

The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation offers this extensive collection of lesson plans for K-12 science educators. These lesson plans were designed by DEC environmental educators for classroom teachers as well educators who work in other educational environments. In particular, these materials may appeal to those who work in nature centers, after-school programs, or nature...

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https://www.dec.ny.gov/education/73131.html