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Sample Social Media Posts:
- Join the @TheNAAEE 2020 Virtual Conference & Research Symposium from anywhere in the world! Learn more and register at conference.naaee.org/. #NAAEE2020 #EnviroEd
- Registration is now open for the @TheNAAEE Virtual Conference (Oct 13-16) & Research Symposium (Oct 8-10)! Exciting content, lower cost, lower carbon footprint. Learn more at conference.naaee.org/. #NAAEE2020 #EnviroEd Please share!
- The 49th Annual @TheNAAEE Conference and 17th Annual Research Symposium are going virtual. Collaborate with environmental educators from around the world to inspire change! Registration is now open for all events, scheduled between Monday, October 5 and Friday, October 16. With a rich variety of workshops, symposia, sessions, roundtable discussions, and posters, as well as great opportunities for networking, growth, and change, you don’t want to miss this event! Learn more and register at conference.naaee.org/. #NAAEE2020 #EnviroEd
Sample Newsletter Blurb:
Register now for the North American Association for Environmental Education’s 2020 Virtual Conference (October 13-16) & Research Symposium (October 8-10), and Workshops (October 5-13). Environmental education has always been about envisioning a better world—and that’s true now more than ever. And because NAAEE’s Annual Conference and Research Symposium will be online for the first time ever, environmental educators from around the world can easily collaborate to inspire change in more ways than ever before.
October 8-10: NAAEE’s Annual Research Symposium brings together new and experienced researchers and practitioners from around the globe to explore the current state and future directions of environmental education research and advance the use of practices proven to be effective. EE researchers and practitioners seek to understand, inspire, and create change for our generation as well as future generations. We often do this through pedagogical practices and innovative programming; however, methodological and theoretical decisions also inspire change in the field. Therefore, this year’s Research Symposium will focus on two tracks: Inspiring Change Through Method and Theory, and Inspiring Change Through Pedagogy and Programming.
October 13-16: NAAEE’s Annual Conference will bring together global leaders and decision makers, teachers, students, researchers, and rising stars to leverage the power of environmental education to inspire change. As always, the conference will offer inspiring and thoughtful keynotes—with an emphasis this year on how our field can address systemic racism and promote civic engagement. There will be a rich variety of symposia, presentations, group discussions, and posters, as well as great opportunities for networking, growth, and change.
October 5-13: In addition to Conference and the Research Symposium, NAAEE will hold workshops, eePRO Groups and other affinity group meetings, and networking opportunities.
Costs and Scholarships: Separate registration is required for the Annual Conference, Research Symposium, and additional workshops. Because many in our field have been affected by the pandemic, NAAEE wants to make sure that no one has to miss out. Prices are lower than ever, and NAAEE is offering automatic scholarships to anyone who needs financial help—no questions asked.
View additional details about speakers and events in the registration brochure.
We look forward to seeing you in this global community of environmental educators as we work together to inform and inspire, advance justice, equity, and inclusion, build human capacity, galvanize action to ensure equal access to nature, and create healthier communities for all.
Visit conference.naaee.org/ to learn more and register.