With stacks of books, card catalogs, microfiche readers and overhead projectors, many school libraries look more like museums featuring relics of the past and less like 21st-century student-centered classroom spaces. With the increased access to technology by teachers and...
Who really owns public spaces? When we stop children from taking risks, do we stunt their emotional growth? The case against summer tech camps Columbia Families in Nature introduces the great outdoors Why free play is the best summer school 'Healthy Wetlands' —...
Kids in Need Teacher Grants help K-12 educators develop innovative learning opportunities for their students. The grants support classroom teachers who have meritorious ideas but lack the budget to bring them to life. Projects qualify for funding if they make creative use...
AEE member Cheryl Schwartz has just published The Journey In: Creating the Life You Desire, an experiential...
Find out how your program stacks up! The AEE Program Review is designed for organizations that offer experiential programming. The program review consists of a professional assessment of a program's operations and activities with the goal of improving overall risk management...
Summer is a great time to catch up on your reading! There is the recently published sixth edition of The Manual of Accreditation Standards for Outdoor Programs, and several of our titles are on sale too! Please look for the books under Publications at www.aee.org.
Hello! It's hard to believe we're halfway through the year already. July brings two significant events for AEE. The end of this month — July 31 — marks the end of Early Bird registration for the International Conference. Register today (www.aee.org) to save money....
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