2018 Conference Workshops

Following the Awards Banquet on Saturday afternoon we will be hosting a few two-hour workshop sessions for those participants who would like to extend their conference day.

For planning purposes, we ask that you please select any workshops you plan to attend when you register for the conference.

Note:Participants seeking a full CSM credit will need to participate in one of these sessions to complete the credit requirements (the pre-conference workshop will not count as credit) as well as attend the following closing session from 4-5pm.

Date: Saturday, March 3, 2017

Time: 2pm-4pm

Location: Auraria Campus in Denver

Price: Included with Full Weekend or Saturday Only registration cost

If you would like to participate, please select one of the following Saturday Afternoon Session Options (2 hours in length) when registering for the conference. If you plan to depart following the Awards Banquet, please select N/A.


Community Engagement Guidelines for Excellence Workshop

Presenter: Lisa Eadens, CAEE

Description: Recently published by the North American Association for Environmental Education, the Community Engagement Guidelines focus on community wellness and steps to help environmental educators create more inclusive environments. Join us to explore the toolkit of resources and engage in participant-driven discussions.

 

AQTreks: Students change the way they "see" their air by measuring air pollution

Presenter: Jessa Ellenburg, AQTreks

Description: In AQTreks, students use the Personal Air Monitor (PAM) to measure air pollutants along mobile “Treks” of their own design. Treks are displayed in maps and graphs in the AQTreks smartphone app. The PAM measures CO, CO2, and particulate matter. We will go on a Trek during this session to measure indoor and outdoor air pollution levels.

 

Nature Rx Prescriptions to Health - Promotores Verdes Leading the Way

Presenter: Lhotse Springer, Americas for Conservation + the Arts

Description: Promotores Verdes are growing family-based advocates for better health through nature experiences. This outdoor experiential programming combines public health and environmental education, inspires families to go outdoors, learn more, volunteer (practicing) and stepping into action (stewardship). This hands-on experiential session will demonstrate how Latino families from highly polluted, industrial, impoverished neighborhoods that are food desserts become advocates for public health and agents of change within their community.  

CAEE works to ensure everyone in Colorado has an opportunity to learn about the environment where they live. We value inclusiveness and welcome everyone to the field of environmental education.

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