We believe that high-quality evaluation practices drive excellence in programming. And to have program excellence, evaluation should be culturally responsive. Journey with us to explore a framework for environmental education's culturally responsive, equitable evaluation guided by six core values: equity in motion, authentic engagement, deep curiosity, lifelong learning and critical reflection, high-quality evaluation, and collective evaluation.
Then, we'll share NAAEE's new site, eeVAL! This site guides you through the journey of a culturally responsive and equitable evaluation (CREE) in environmental education. eeVAL is a site designed to work for anyone, whether you are new to evaluation or have years of experience, although our focus was the EE practitioner.
Logistics: This workshop will be held on Zoom and is eligible for 2 hours of Criteria III/Continuing Ed for the NC EE Certification.
21st Century EE Skills is a series of short workshops (2hours each) to help educators build the "other duties as assigned" that have now become integral to their jobs either as professional educators or program managers. These workshops go beyond an informational webinar, offering interactive, in-depth explorations of a single topic.
This workshop series will be held by the Environmental Educators of North Carolina (EENC) in partnership with the North Carolina Association for Environmental Education Centers (NCAEEC).
How to Register:
To register, please visit: https://eenc.org/event-4553474
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Organization: Environmental Educators of North Carolina
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