5th Annual Southeastern Environmental Education Alliance Conference and Research Symposium
Exploring the Richness of EE: Your Practice, Profession and Partnerships
March 3-5, 2017
Keynote Speaker - Christopher Uhl
Christopher Uhl is a professor of Biology at Penn State. In his own words, Uhl explains his teaching philosophy: "... teaching grows out of my experiences as a learner. Looking back over my learning history, I note that often my true "classrooms" and best "teachers" have shown up ion daily life, not in formal education settings. ... Learning for me has been synonymous with living, a realization congruent with John Dewey's view that humans learn best by doing!"
The Research Symposium - Friday, March 3rd
The Research Symposium Program is currently being set. Researchers will share their work with environmental educators from across the southeast at the SEEA Research Symposium on Friday, March 3, 2017, in Buford, Georgia. Environmental Education and Environmental Science based research presentations will share results, methods, lessons learned, and the problems encountered through poster sessions and oral presentations.
The Conference - Saturday, March 4thThe program is currently being set for presenters to share their experience with other educators with a session presentation within one of the three strands: Practice, Profession, Partnerships.
Deadline to submit session proposals was September 1, 2016. All presenters are required to register for the conference. Discounts are available with valid student ID.