eeCredentials Fall 2022 Registration
The eeCredentials program is designed to provide online, easy-to-access, and ongoing professional development opportunities for environmental educators.
Time & Location
Aug 22, 2022, 8:00 AM – Dec 02, 2022, 12:59 PM
About the Event
The eeCredentials program is designed to provide online, easy-to-access, and ongoing professional development opportunities for environmental educators. Think of an eeCredential as a micro-credential or a certificate that can be earned by completing a series of courses, designed to increase your knowledge and skills in a certain area. eeCourses are the building blocks for earning eeCredentials. The eeCredentials program operates on a Spring, Summer, and Fall term or semester. See the eeCredentials Calendar here.
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Foundations in Teaching Environmental Education | This course is designed to provide educators with the background knowledge and skills necessary to ground future professional learning experiences in the sound principles of environmental education.$149.00Sale ended
KAEE Facilitator Training | This course is designed to provide educators with the knowledge and skills required to plan and implement high-quality professional learning experiences in KAEE’s suite of programs. Pre-requisites: EE201, EE301 (or equivalent), or former KAEE Facilitator.$149.00Sale ended
K-12 Academic Standards & Environmental Education | This course is designed to help educators understand academic standards from different content areas and apply those standards when planning EE experiences and curricula for school-age audiences. Co-requisite: EE301 or past equivalent training.$149.00Sale ended
Community Engagement Guidelines for Excellence | This course is designed to introduce you to NAAEE’s Community Engagement: Guidelines for Excellence. The guidelines focus on community wellness and help environmental educators create inclusive environments that support effective partnerships and collaborations. For more in-depth training and work in community engagement, consider beginning with CEG201 and earning the Green Community Leader eeCredential.$149.00Sale ended
Appalachian Mountain Ecology | This course is designed to provide educators with the knowledge of basic ecological principles within an Appalachian Mountain context. Throughout the course, fieldwork is embedded to allow participants to gain firsthand experience.$149.00Sale ended
Water Quality in Kentucky | This course is designed to help participants understand the range of water resources, the threats to those resources and some best management practices available to all citizens. Completion of this course also certifies participants as Project WET educators and includes a copy of the 2.0 Activity & Curriculum guide.$149.00Sale ended
Community-Centered Environmental Education | This is the first course required for earning the Green Community Leader eeCredential. It is designed to help you anchor environmental aims within the context of community interests, issues, and capacities that put the community at the heart of environmental education. The course focuses on Key Characteristic 1 of the NAAEE Guidelines for Excellence: Community Engagement.$149.00Sale ended
Sound Environmental Education Principles | This course is designed to provide educators with the background knowledge and skills necessary to engage communities in environmental education experiences that are based on established principles and proven practices in the field. Pre-requisites: CEG201$149.00Sale ended
Capacity Building & Long-Term Change | This course is designed to introduce you to Key Characteristic #4 Oriented Toward Capacity Building and Civic Action and Key Characteristic #5 A Long Term Investment in Change in NAAEE’s Community Engagement Guidelines. We will explore how environmental education can support capacity building for ongoing civic engagement in community life and the long-term commitment required to do so. Pre-requisites: CEG201, CEG301, JEDI101$149.00Sale ended