Kentucky Association for Environmental Education Higher Education Network

Participants who register for the optional workshop will receive professional learning experience and training in Project WET Climate, Water and Resilience, and Project Learning Tree's Southeastern Forests & Climate Change Modules, and learn more about using an environmental context to teach pre-service teachers. Participants will walk away with a physical copy of Climate, Water and Resilience as well as access to the online Southeastern Forests & Climate Change Module.

Tuesday, May 23, 2023
9 am - 12 pm ET: eeHEN Summit
12 pm - 1 pm ET: Lunch (provided)
1 pm - 4 pm ET: Optional Workshop - Using Environmental Context to Teach Pre-service Teachers
Questions? Contact eeHEN Action Team Co-Chairs or KAEE Staff:
Dr. Meg Gravil, Eastern Kentucky University, 
Tracy Knowles, Bluegrass Community & Technical College,
Brittany Wray, KAEE Deputy Director,
KAS Newsletter - May 2023

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