Date(s) - 26 September 2023
9:30 am - 1:00 pm
NEED AUTUMN VIRTUAL CONFERENCE: ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION: A NATIONAL PERSPECTIVE
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Description of the event:
The Network of Environmental Educators in Devon (NEED) invites you to join environmental education practitioners and interested parties for our inaugural Autumn Virtual Conference on 28th November 2023, starting at 9.30am and aiming to finish at 1pm.
We will be learning about environmental education in schools with a host of key voices from around the country ranging from a leading student voice from the UK Sustainable Schools Network (UKSSN), a representative of the Young Peoples’ Trust For The Environment, The Natural History Museum on The National Education Nature Park, The Ministry of Eco Education and Rachel Musson from Thoughtbox.
Be inspired and meet others in the environmental education space in Devon – come along and join in as we collectively widen our perspective and challenge the way that we see environmental education in Devon school settings.
9.30 – Intro (Jess Carter, Chair)
9.35 – Tom Walmsley – Ministry of Eco Education
9.55 – Q&A
10.05 – Jess Tipton/Yogi Nagam– Natural History Museum/National Education Nature Park
10.25 – Q&A
10.35 – Jess Carter – open discussion/break out.
10.55 – BREAK
11.05 – Peter Littlewood – Young Peoples’ Trust For The Environment
11.25 – Q&A
11.35 – Rachel Musson – Thoughtbox Education
11.55 – Q&A
12.05 – Rachel Manning/Student Rep – Global Action Plan UKSSN (UK Sustainable Schools Network)?
12.25 – Q&A
12.35 – Jess Carter – open discussion/break out.
12.55 – Close (Jess Carter, Chair)
Hope to see you there!