Via NAAEE:

We’re excited to announce the release of the latest Environmental Education Research Bulletin, which is a collaborative project with ChangeScale, NAAEE, and Dr. Nicole Ardoin at Stanford University. The research bulletins synthesize and summarize recently reported research from journals focused on issues pertaining to environmental educators. The bulletins include articles related to environmental education evaluation, sense of place, environmental behavior, teaching practices, and professional development, among other relevant topics.

Be on the lookout for new editions of the Research Bulletins later in the year. They are part of our work for our ee360 initiative, which is designed to link research and practice for everyone working in environmental education.

Let us know what you think, and thanks again to our partners at ChangeScale and Stanford!

Environmental Education Research Bulletin, Issue 9 >

“The bulletin is designed to inform environmental and sustainability educators about recent relevant research, with a primary emphasis on informal, field, and residential settings, as well as stewardship behavior, conservation, and related topics. Although other environmental educators and those in related fields might also find this bulletin useful, it does not—nor is it intended to—cover all aspects of environmental education. This Research Bulletin, as well as past issues, is available online through the ChangeScale website: www.changescale.org, as well as on the NAAEE website at https://naaee.org/…/resear…/environmental-education-research. Please send questions and feedback to eeresearchbulletins@changescale.org.”

Source: New Release: Environmental Education Research Bulletin

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