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CONFERENCE SCHEDULE

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

Keynote Presentation: 9:00 am—9:30 am

Morning Session A: 9:45 am—11:100 am

Morning Session B: 11:15 am—12:30pm am

Lunch, Networking & Exhibits: 12:30 pm—1:45 pm

Afternoon Session C: 1:45 pm—3:00 pm

Afternoon Session D: 3:15 pm—4:30 pm

THANK YOU TO OUR AWESOME PRESENTERS. . .

WE HAVE AN INCREDIBLE MEES COMMUNITY. . .

WE HOPE YOU ENJOY THE CONFERENCE!

A1 Lessons Learned: Year 1 of Arboretum Young Scientists

A2 “Risky” Play or Adventure Play? The Influence of Bias on Empowered vs. Fear-Based Language

A3 Wellness Walks: A partnership approach to facilitating mental health programming

A4 Connecting Classroom Learning to Climate Solutions in Your Community

A5 If you plant it they will come! – Designing a pollinator garden in one hour

A6 Environmental Justice Education: Linking Curriculum, Climate Change, and Community

A7 Civic Engagement in Environmental Education: Healing Our Planet and Our Democracy

A8 Schoolyard Ecology: The intersection of community science and SEL

B1 Environmental Justice, Civics, and Community Engagement: Exploring the Latest NAAEE Guidelines for Excellence

B2 Girls in Science (GIS): The Power of Community Science

B3 Environmental Education and Outreach Best Practices – A Community Collaboration

B4 Infusing Climate Change Across All Subjects with SubjectToClimate and MIT

B5 Training Volunteers as Educators and Ambassadors

B6 Using Music to Communicate Scientific Concepts the Visually-impaired

B7 BioMap: Bringing Conservation to Communities and the Classroom

B8 Mining for Chocolate

C1 Sensory Friendly Programming: Making programs accessible to neurodiverse audiences

C2 Green Infrastructure Ambassadors in the Charles River Watershed

C3 Teaching Environmental Education Through Food: Alignment with school gardens, climate change, and civic engagement

C4 Teaching Orienteering in the City

C5 Systems Thinking for Sustainability Education in the Classroom

C6 Solving Community Problems with Engineering (SCoPE)

C7 eeSurvey Sensemaking Session: Who is doing EE in MA?

C8 Hiring Through a Lens of Equity and Inclusion

D1 Incorporating Nature-based STEAM Activities into Environmental Education

D2 The Power of Student Voice in Food Waste Reduction: Sharing Best Practices for Supporting K-12 Programs in Environmental Justice Communities

D3 Teaching About the Climate Crisis: What teachers should know from students’ perspective

D4 Everyday Wild: How Connecting with Everyday Wildlife Helps People Develop Environmental Identity

D5 Engineering for the Climate Crisis

D6 Blending Plant Science and Computer Science:  The Smart Greenhouse Project

D7 Working Toward Resilient Communities Through Outdoor Play

D8 Leveraging your Classroom as Living Lab for Sustainability and Green Infrastructure

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