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CONFERENCE SCHEDULE

Registration/Check-In: 8:00am—8:45am

Welcome, Annual Meeting: 8:45am—9:00 am

Keynote Presentation: 9:00am—9:45am

Morning Session A: 10:00am—11:00am

Morning Session B: 11:15am—12:15pm

Lunch, Networking & Exhibits: 12:15pm—1:45pm

Afternoon Session C: 1:45pm—2:45pm

Afternoon Session D: 3:00pm—4:00pm

 

THANK YOU TO OUR AWESOME PRESENTERS. . .

WE HAVE AN INCREDIBLE MEES COMMUNITY. . .

WE HOPE YOU ENJOY THE CONFERENCE!

A1 Add Orienteering to your EE Program

A2 More Than Just Vegetables: Diverse Growing Practices for more Resilient School Gardens

A3 Strategies to channel students’ eco-anxiety into eco-action

A4 Map It: Stories from the Food System

A5 Catalyzing Energy Efficiency Through Transformative Education of Passive House Building Science

A6 Cooler Communities: Connecting Climate and Sustainability to Any Classroom

A7 Evaluation Clinic

A8 Offshore Wind Intro & Career Pathways

B1 Children and Nature: How to Support the Connection

B2 Sovereign Science and Bard College Community Water Lab

B3 Coastal Connections: From Accessibility to Animal Care

B4 Teaching about the Climate Crisis – what teachers should know from the STUDENT perspective

B5 Children’s Experiences in the Growing Center: Stories, Reflections, and Artifacts

B6 Seashells as a resource in environmental and science education

B7 Youth-led Models of Equitable Waste Diversion and Environmental Education

B8 Green Infrastructure Coastal Resilience Demonstration

C1 Making Natural Places Inclusive to All

C2 Building Connections through Afterschool Series

C3 Mind Games for Environmental Educators

C4 Exploring Nature Through Art

C5 Technology Box: A STEM-Integrated Modeling Activity for Students, Teachers, & Environmental Educators

C6 How to be an Adult Accomplice to Youth Leaders

C7 Creative Currents: Empowering Students to Create Art for a Sustainable Future

C8 Growing Seasonal Seeds all year

D1 Boreal Spruce-Fir Forests in Massachusetts

D2 Bring Outdoor Learning to Formal Education

D3 How to Adopt the NAAEE Guidelines for Excellence in Environmental Education in Your Practice

D4 MEES & the EE Community

D5 Say Yes to the Mess – don’t be afraid of a school garden!

D6 Hands-on Human Ecology with 3D Models and Simulations

D7 Building the Comfort Muscle for All! Supporting safe outdoor experiences for all students

D8 Rooted in Nature: Strategies for Developing A Successful Teen Leadership Program

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