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UNESCO NZ Youth Reference Group

Could you be the next youth voice of UNESCO?   Are you aged between 18 and 25 and want to take action to promote peace and social justice in New Zealand and the Pacific?   Then we want to hear from you.   UNESCO NZ Youth Reference Group UNESCO (the United Nations Educational, Scientific and… More

EfS Strategy Launched

Kia ora koutou The Mātauranga Whakauka Taio – Environment Education for Sustainability Strategy and Action Plan has just been launched. Developed on behalf of government by the Department of Conservation, Ministry of the Environment and Ministry of Education, the strategy refreshes the Environmental Education strategy released in 1998 to reflect the changes in priorities and approaches that have happened… More

Events

NZAEE Conference 2018

NZAEE 8th Biennial Conference: An Ecosystem for Environmental Education         Dates: Wednesday 18 – Friday 20 April 2018       Venue: Wellington Girls College, Wellington, New Zealand Continue Reading

Category Archives: Previous Conference Papers

NZAEE Conference Papers

NZAEE 2016 Conference Proceedings

NZAEE Conference Proceedings 2016

NZAEE Conference 2014 Presentation Papers

Key note Speakers:
Dr Mike Brown: The University of Waikato Place-responsive outdoor learning:Mike Brown
Dr Nikki Harre: The University of Auckland:: The politics and psychology of change:

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Prof Greg Smith: Lewis & Clark College, USA :Grounding sustainability education in place and community:SMI14001-ppt

Dr Sally Birdsall University of Auckland : Measuring teachers’ understandings of sustainability:BIR14019-ppt

 

Susan Pudin University of Waikato: Working with local communities in Sabah, Malayasia: Developing a waste education programme:
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Mary Tingey (Delta Community Trust)and Bridget Glasgow(Secondary School Advisor) A workshop on natural learning:TIN14033-ppt

 

Sangion Tiu: University of Waikato:Perceptions of traditional ecological knowledge in sustainability education in Papua new Guinea:Tui

 

Jeannne Williams(Kidsfirst Kindergartens Lincoln) and Glynne Mackey (University of Canterbury) : Sharpen up,shake up and stand up!Young children as agents of change:WIL

 

Catherine Kappelle: Education Outdoors NZ: Professional learning development,resources and support available:KAP

 

Dr Matt Morris: University of Canterbury: Shaking up the sustainability curriculum at UC:MOR14061-ppt

 

Chris North: University of Canterbury:Environmental care code to leave no trace principles: A seismic shift in approach and effectiveness?NOR14040-ppt

 

Dave Irwin: Christchurch Polytechnic Institute of Technology: If the shoe fits: Student activism and identity:IRW

 

Rhys Taylor: Sustainable Living Education Trust:Sustainable Living-new learning guide launched:TAY14029-ppt

Claudio Aguayo: University of Waikato:A Model for developing education for sustainable websites for communities:AGU14031-ppt

Dr Chris Eames (Waikato University)Dr Sally Birdsall(Auckland University)Bridget Glasgow(Auckland Council): Knowing how to teach what in environmental education :a tool for teachers:EAM14003-ppt

Rachel Cottam : Lincoln University: :A quick guide to consuming sustainability:COT14048-ppt

Annie MacDonald:Marlborough District Council: Marlborough kids
edible garden programme and evaluation:GAN14005-ppt

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Brad Harasymchuk: University of Canterbury: Place-based education: challenging the neo-colonizing process of the New Zealand and Canadian schooling systems: HARRASYM14004-ppt

Bridget Glasgow and Faye Wilson-Hill (Enviroschools facilitators): Getting credits for sustainable action : What’s new with Education for Sustainability Achievement Standards?:GLA14022-ppt Wilson

 

NZAEE Brochure 2013

NZAEE 2012

NZAEE Conference 2012 NZAEE 6 th Biennial Conference, January 2012, Hamilton The following presentations given at the conference were provided by the speakers for this website. They are listed by first author’s name on the presentation title as listed in the programme shown here. Keynote presentations Les Robinson, Innovation for the Rest of Us (PDF)… Continue Reading