The summer issue of ‘EE’ promises to be a bumper harvest magazine! We are inviting you to contribute…
As the current Curriculum Review in the UK debates the very essence of what people think about environmental education and its close cousin ‘education for sustainability’ (ESD), as well as what the future of ‘EE’ is within the curriculum – the timing of this special edition could not be better.
EE100 will focus on ‘the state of environmental education’ in the places NAEE covers – All of the UK plus supporters and partners in China, United States and Pakistan. We aim to include all sectors – the Early
Years/Foundation Stage, Primary, Secondary, Higher Education, Further Education, Continuing Education, as well as community and youth groups fostering a connectedness between children and their natural and built environments.
We are inviting ‘you’, to contribute to will be a very special magazine.
We are well into planning for this special milestone magazine, and now
wish to ensure we include the widest possible range of ideas from you, our
We are giving away 2 FREE memberships in a draw.
What we are looking for…
* a very short comment (100 words maximum) or report (500-words or more) on
what is happening in your work place – what is working, what’s not…
* your favourite website and/or book about the
environment/education, children and nature, the outdoors
* if you are a member already, your favourite article or case study from a past edition of ‘EE’
When sending photographs to accompany these items, remember to gain
permission and follow NAEE’s guidelines about files explained in the e-journal.
As this is a print magazine with a potentially wide reach, partners or
groups who would like to sponsor pages, should please contact
firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
The deadline for copy is Easter.
Please send queries in the first place to Henricus Peters, NAEE CoChair and Managing editor, via comment