Play embodies a plethora of activities that activate the child's growth on multiple levels — physical, neurological, emotional, intellectual. The important role each type of play has in the development of a preschool-aged child was addressed in my previous article....
America's national parks have been called the country's "largest classroom," in part because they provide millions of hours in free educational programming every year. The National Park Service has worked to encourage "experiential learning" through the creation of hundreds...
As we have been exploring our values as an organization, one value sticks out that resonates with the time we are entering and experiencing as a society — social justice. We have some of the foremost, cutting edge educators on social justice in our network of members....
Call for proposals and registration information will be available soon! West: February 23-26 Mid Atlantic: March 24-26 Heartland: March 31 – April 2 Rocky Mountain: April 7-9 Northeast: April 21-23 Southeast: April 21-23 Northwest: TBD
AEE presents An Exploration of Risk Management in Outdoor and Adventure Education, a weekly webinar series starting Wednesday, Nov. 30. Module 1: 4 p.m. EST Nov. 30 — Risk Management 101: Introduction to Risk Management with Angie Moline Module 2: 4 p.m. EST Dec....
An exceptional leader we know would occasionally get a question from his direct reports in a variety of forms but with the common message, "Do you want this done fast or right?" His answer was always the same: "Yes!" He chose not to compromise on either dimension. For this...
Ben Johnson writes: Students are often bombarded with distractions, and it's a challenge to keep them focused on what they are learning and the task at hand. The following four strategies I have found to be incredibly helpful in keeping students focused daily — and...
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