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If you would like to participate in this ExCom Meeting via Zoom, please email Linette for call-in information.Find out more »
Luther’s Environmental Concerns Organization, in collaboration with the Center for Ethics and Public Engagement, will be hosting a panel discussion on the intersections of race and environmentalism on Wednesday, January 13. In our panel, we want to invite speakers to share their stories concerning how environmental issues particularly impact BIPOC populations, in our regional communities, and globally. We hope that in doing so, we can bring awareness to the unique challenges that marginalized communities face in the era of the…Find out more »
A training provided by the Northeast Iowa Peace and Justice Center, Pronouns 101 will provide an overview of pronoun usage and gender identity, with an added focus on fostering and creating safe and accepting workplaces and educational environments. Please register for this session.Find out more »
ICEC Annual Meeting Thursday, 28 January 2021 5:00 - 5:30 p.m. Via Zoom Please register for this meeting. Only those registered will get the Zoom link. Find the agenda here!Find out more »
Carolyn Finney is a storyteller, author, and a cultural geographer. The aim of her work is to develop greater cultural competency within environmental organizations and institutions, challenge media outlets on their representation of difference, and increase awareness of how privilege shapes who gets to speak to environmental issues and determine policy and action. She is author of Black Faces, White Spaces: Reimagining the Relationship of African Americans to the Great Outdoors. Learn more at https://www.carolynfinney.com/. Dr. Finney’s presentation is…Find out more »
This workshop leads you out the door and provides hands on activities and resource materials to help you lead your own nature explorations. Growing Up WILD activities use age appropriate practices and concepts to build on children’s sense of wonder and invites them to explore nature and the world around them. Specially written for children 3-7, activities include sections to address many learning areas: math, science, language, literacy, health living, play, and creativity. Target Audience: Open to all Early Childhood…Find out more »
This Growing Up WILD is a combination of online activities and a virtual training session. Iowa State University Extension and Outreach and the Iowa Department of Natural Resources are launching an online training for the national award-winning Growing Up WILD activity guide. This workshop provides exciting hands-on activities and resources to help lead children out the door and explore nature. Activities use age-appropriate practices and concepts to build on children’s sense of wonder. Early learning activities focus on: math, science, language, literacy,…Find out more »
The Secret Lives of "Stuff" course for K-12 Educators Relevant content as we educate during this difficult time. Enroll now for June 8-July 13 course You'll design virtual or face-to-face lessons. Throughout the course, you will explore powerful classroom-ready lessons, activities, videos and readings. You'll also engage with other educators in idea-sharing. In Module 1, consider what’s important to you. Then, examine waste and the life cycles of "stuff," such as t-shirts and water bottles. From there, analyze ways you and your students can conserve resources and live more…Find out more »
Hands-on sessions will acquaint participants with a variety of basic outdoor skills and teaching resources/methodologies. Participants will receive introductory instruction and lesson plans for planning outings, map reading, hiking, paddling, fishing, archery, campfire cooking, and basic firearm safety/shooting. Registration fee includes meals (lunch and dinner on day 1 and lunch on day 2) and materials. Registration deadline of June 10, 2021. Register through the AEALearning website: https://aealearning.truenorthlogic.com/. If you do not already have an account, you will be asked to…Find out more »