Our summer conference is coming up in June and the theme is InclusivitEE. To get you pumped up for the conference EEASC is presenting TWO virtual webinars this March focused on InclusivitEE in South Carolina.
Bree Lauffer is a formal educator in Beaufort County for the last 17 years. She received her Masters of Science Education through Walden University and her Doctorate in Curriculum and Instruction from the Univ. of South Carolina. Her dissertation studied the effects of an Environmental Education Unit on the disposition of a group of 4th graders in 2019. She was also a member of the Palmetto Environmental Education Certification (PEEC) Cohort of 2020-2022. Her capstone project focused on introducing native plants to the school garden. She is here today to talk about how her findings support the notion that Ecoliteracy can be the framework to help educators increase accessibility of E.E. principles amongst our student populations.
Bree will present on:
How do we increase accessibility of environmental education principles in South Carolina? Learn about how ecoliteracy as an educational framework might be a practical approach to overcoming obstacles in school systems today. See examples of these principles in action in a public school in the Lowcountry and learn about the vital role both formal and informal educators have on nurturing the eco literate child.
March 23rd, 4:00-5:00PM
Zoom (we will email all registered participants the Zoom information prior to the event date)
EEASC Member: FREE (you MUST be logged in to get the free ticket option)
Non-members: $10 (Join EEASC today for $25! Then you can attend this webinar for FREE. We will have a second webinar coming up later in March as well. Our members also get access to our mini grant program, networking events across the state, and so much more!)
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