Do you teach about Climate Issues? Would you enjoy learning more and spending time with like-minded educators? Check out the Summer Institute for Climate Education, a virtual conference for educators across the country.
Announcing our 2021 Summer Professional Development Institutes!
Explore hands-on, minds-on, inquiry-based investigations and increase your STEM content knowledge during our virtual 2021 Summer Professional Development Institutes! Connect with scientists, engineers, and STEM professionals through live discussions and virtual site visits. Work with educators at our partner institutions to explore real-world phenomena through hands-on, minds-on investigations.
Find a cozy spot, grab a favorite drink, and join us for our fourth virtual EE Book Club meeting on October 21 at 6:30pm EST! Connect with NHEE board members and environmental educators from across the state & beyond as we discuss Peter Brannen's book The Ends of the World: Volcanic Apocalypses, Lethal Oceans, and Our Quest to Understand Earth's Past Mass Extinctions.
You are invited to learn about the project *Caterpillars Count!*, which enlists members of the public to count insects and other arthropods found on the foliage of trees and shrubs.
Learn how to set up a site, conduct bug surveys, and submit and visualize your data with a free mobile app at one of three webinars in April!
Over the past three decades, thousands of students have learned about protecting water at the New Hampshire Drinking Water Festival. This year the Festival is virtual and kicks off today! The 2021 Virtual Festival also includes the third annual Poetry Contest for third, fourth and fifth graders, making this a STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts, Math) educational opportunity.
Designing An Outdoor Classroom by Marilyn Wyzga, Landscaping with Nature
Hubbard Brook Research Foundation is offering an exciting opportunity for you and your students to meet virtually with one of our accomplished ecosystem scientists. Click here to see a list of scientists who have volunteered to Zoom with you and your class to discuss their research and what it is like to be a scientist.
Below are a few activities to help teachers engage students outside: