Knowing that the rural nature of our state has for numerous years been a barrier for many educators to attend professional learning programs—especially those more robust programs that take longer than one day—we, in partnership with several fellow North American Association for Environmental Education State Affiliates and other experienced consultants, have been developing a growing list of eeCredentials--online trainings that include a mix of videos, webinars, and assignments, as well as interactive elements to engage participants.
Each eeCredential will focus on a single subject and will be made up of five courses, equivalent to a three credit hour college course. Courses can be mixed and matched to earn difference eeCredentials and can also meet requirements for continuing education for Professional Environmental Educators.
Stay tuned for next week's announcement about our first eeCredential's registration period!
KAEE is one of the country’s oldest associations supporting environmental education. We comprise people from all walks of life, coming together to support EE.