Connected Learning Ecosystems (CLE)
Do you design learning experiences for youth? Are you looking to deepen your STEM programming and offerings while also connecting with a group of educators in your region? The Gulf of Maine Research Institute (GMRI) along with collaborators from 4-H, Maine State Libraries, science centers across the Northeast, and more, with the support of NASA, is looking to grow and support Connected Learning Ecosystems (CLE) across Maine. CLEs will be a space for communities of educators to work together to build a climate and data literate generation, with the knowledge and skills needed to address the challenges that face us!
We are currently working in 5 regions across the state: Aroostook County, Washington County, Hancock/Midcoast Maine, Western and Southern Maine. If you are interested in being part of a community that is dedicated to learn with and from one another and have fun while doing it, express interest here!
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What region of Maine do you work in?
Midcoast Maine (Waldo, Knox, Lincoln, and Sagadahoc counties)
Western Maine (Oxford and Franklin counties)
Southern Maine (Cumberland and York counties)
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