Call for Proposals - EENC MiniCon
The Piedmont and Mountain Sections of Environmental Educators of North Carolina (http://eenc.org) are partnering to host the first Annual Mini-Conference at beautiful Camp T.N. Spencer Park in Concord, NC on June 15th, 2018. This conference will be a summer kick-off bringing together formal and non-formal educators who want to incorporate environmental education into their classrooms in engaging, innovative, and meaningful ways.

This is a Call for Proposals (CFP) for educators who have experienced success in helping their students make vital connections between themselves and their natural landscape; and want to share these successes with the education community. Our intent for these hour-long workshops are to offer tools and confidence to participants, preparing them to join the movement (both literally and figuratively) of transporting our educational settings to the outdoors and weaving EE into all subjects. Workshops addressing the barriers that keep us inside and how to overcome said barriers are encouraged. We welcome topics focusing on cross-curricular integration in a natural setting and using curiosity and inquiry to enhance outdoor learning. Such workshops should reflect best teaching practices utilizing engaging and hands-on modes of learning.

For additional information, contact eencpiedmont@gmail.com

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