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Exploring Biomimicry

Today’s blog is by Richard Dawson and Lewis Winks who write about biomimicry. It is intended that this will be the prelude to further articles in this blog and in the NAEE journal: Environmental Education. As ever, the views expressed are their own, and are not necessarily shared by NAEE. Nature has evolved over 3.8…

August 3rd 2020

The NAEE AGM this year will be by zoom: Saturday November 7th at 1030. All members will get a message in September with details of how to attend.  ∫∫∫ . Figures released by UCAS, show more than 21,000 graduates have applied to teacher training programmes since the start of the coronavirus lockdown, a rise of…

July 27th 2020

NAEE has a new Facebook page.  Please check it out and contribute to it.  We’d obviously like you to Like and Follow it. ∫∫∫ . Teach the Future has a post with an update on what its proposed English Climate Emergency Education Bill, and Scottish Climate and Biodiversity Emergency Bill are setting out to do.  Their rationale for why a climate education bill is…

A gap in the conversation

The Conversation has a range of feature articles on the environment and climate.  These include: Would you ditch your car if public transport was free? Here’s what researchers have found Fare free public transport exists in at least 98 cities and towns around the world. Carbon capture and storage has stalled needlessly – three reasons why…

July 20th 2020

Teach the Future has a new Adult Advisory Board.  This is a small group of adult volunteers who will advise on campaign strategy.  It had its first meeting last week.  NAEE’s chair of trustees is a member. Teach the Future has written to the House of Commons Education Select Committee, encouraging them to run an inquiry into how…

NAEE’s latest journal

Volume 124 of NAEE’s journal, Environmental Education, has now been published.  Here’s a selection of the articles in it: Lockdown reflections – NAEE members Studying biomes – Brigitta Varga Mapping the wild side of London – Kabir Kaul Teach the Future: students campaigning for curriculum change – Isobel Cammish, Patrick Kirwan, Rachel Musson The impact of nature on children’s wellbeing – Richard…

July 13th 2020

NAEE’s most recent blog was written by Ben Ballin.  What’s the big idea? is a follow-up to a  post post by Ben and Richard Dawson which took a wide-ranging look at the content and purpose of a ‘green curriculum’.  What’s the big idea? picks up on that question and considers the related question of ‘curriculum intent’.   This is…

What’s the big idea?

Today’s blog is written by Ben Ballin.  As with all our authored contributions, what follows are Ben’s views which are not necessarily shared by NAEE. What’s the big idea? Back in April, Richard Dawson and I wrote a blog for NAEE taking a wide-ranging look at the content and purpose of a ‘green curriculum’.  This blog picks…