Engage your sense of wonder at the world of student-centered program evaluation, Explore research-based pedagogy, Explain how you can use it, Expand your knowledge of how students learn in your programs, and how you can Evaluate program effectiveness despite different teaching styles. We'll go over how to use Formative Evaluation in EE programs, how this evaluation measure can be used with a 5E learning cycle, how a 5E learning cycle can be used in an EE program, and how we can bring it all together to better understand how our programs are impacting the students we serve and the educators who lead them.
Presenter: Michelle PearceMichelle has a Master's of Arts in Education with a focus in Science Education. Her passion is empowering educators with tools that will help them provide equitable and inclusive learning. She is a long time member of EENC and a past board member. She currently works at The NC Arboretum as the School and Public Programs Coordinator, and the state coordinator for Outdoor Wonders and Learning.
About the EENC Webinar SeriesThanks to our amazing donors this spring, EENC is launching a webinar series to help environmental educators continue to build skills as we all negotiate the new normal with COVID-19. Throughout the series, we hope to cover a wide range of topics. Webinars may focus on lesson plans, curricula development, technology and virtual learning, naturalist skills/knowledge, educator self-care or environmental education operations such as communications, strategic planning for your program/department, risk management, or equity and inclusion.
Webinar registration is free and open to anyone to attend, but is limited to 100 participants.
Webinar will qualify for Criteria III and continuing education for NC DEQ EE Certificate.
A recording of the webinar will be sent to attendees afterward. It will also be posted on EENC's members-only page - so if you're an EENC member and not able to attend during the scheduled time, no need to register!
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