The latest edition of NAEE’s Environmental Education (Vol 117) is about to be published for members.  This has been edited by Justin Dillon and has STEM as a theme.  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

Volume 117 is currently only available to members.  To join, click here.  Previous issues (Vol 114 backwards) are now freely available on the journal page of this website and articles can be read through EBSCO Education Source.