NAEE publishes its journal: Environmental Education, 3 times a year. It is free to members.
It contains case studies and feature articles about how Environmental Education can be used to make learning and the curriculum come alive. You will also find reviews of the latest books, resources, conferences and workshops.
One edition each year is a print journal, which is usually produced in collaboration with another environmental education organisation. The other two editions are e-journals which come to members as PDFs. NAEE members have exclusive access to our current journals.
The Spring 2018 edition [ Vol 117 ] is about to be published. This has been edited by Justin Dillon and Juliette Green and has a focus on STEM. Its contents include:
Using the farm environment for teaching science with Early Years and Key Stages 1 & 2 – Nina Hatch
The Woodcraft Folk: our approach to STEM and environmental learning – Deborah McCahon (and colleagues)
Big ideas: engaging with engineering – Solutions for the Planet
Hugh Kenrick Days: Art and Science at Birmingham Botanic Gardens – Rohina Akram & Ann Hillier
A letter to my younger self: reflections on a career in ecology – Steve Tilling
A lasting connection with nature begins at home – Laura Colman
Chelsea Physic Garden: shelf life – Michael Holland
How green was my sports pitch – Phil Murphy
Building citizenship through community engagement – Bob Coulter
Finding science in Shanghai: learning about architecture and ecology – Henricus Peters
Sowing the seeds of mindfulness – Emily Vera & Kate Dawson
Why not write for Environmental Education?
We welcome articles, photos and book reviews from NAEE members, supporters and readers. We are especially interested in case studies of outdoor education, field work, forest schools etc, in primary or secondary schools and colleges. 500 words per page – max 3 pages. Photos should be as high resolution as possible, sent as separate jpeg attachments, and you must have the written permission of the picture taker.
The NAEE Editorial Team is Henricus Peters, Juliette Green and Elsa Lee. For more information, or to send ideas, please email Henricus.firstname.lastname@example.org