Our goal is to connect with professionals in the education and environmental sphere. This includes sharing resources here in Vermont to better help our members and website visitors. Below is a running list of resources, including online resources, that have been collected and can be used during this time of distance learning.

New England NAAEE Affiliates

The Environmental Education Field & COVID-19

Place Based Education & COVID 19 Articles

Outdoor Classroom Creation Articles & Guides

                        Outdoor Classroom Activities, Lessons, & Content

                        Apps for Outdoor Learning

                        • BudBurst – links the timing of plant life cycle events to human impacts on the environment
                        • Field Scope – launch or join a project from collecting and analyzing water samples to mapping the migration of birds
                        • iNaturalist – share your findings with scientific data repositories
                        • I See Change – investigate how weather and climate change are impacting the environment
                        • Nature’s Notebook – track seasonal changes in plants and animals with the National Phenology Network

                          Virtual Teaching & Learning Resources

                              Equity & Justice Articles

                                Webinar Recordings Worth a Listen

                                Vermont Education & Environment Network Member Organizations:

                                  Additional Vermont Environmental & Outdoor Education Organizations

                                    Other Teaching Resources: 

                                    • Template | Got Stumps? 
                                    • Project Learning Tree resources for being 6 feet apart
                                    • Chronolog - Chronolog is an environmental photo monitoring project powered by citizen science. Environmental educators set up photo stations where visitors can contribute to a long term time-lapse to help manage important ecosystems or educate the public on phenology changes around them. For more information, email, click on the link above or watch the following video.
                                    • Virtual Canoe Race - The Delaware River Keeper Network & Green Amendments For the Generations is hosting a "virtual canoe race" where every Monday for 6 weeks, ten questions about the Delaware River Watershed and the Green Amendment movement will be posted. With every correct answer, participants will see their canoes travel down the virtual Delaware. This resource is intended for upper elementary and middle school classrooms. For more information, click on the link above.

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