EEAI Offers Earth Force Training in Illinois

We are excited to join EEAI and Field Museum to offer Earth Force Curriculum training to educators in Illinois. The training will prepare educators to use Earth Force’s award-winning  project-based learning curriculum to engage young people as active citizens who improve the environment and their communities now and in the future. The training will prepare[…]

Earth Force Recognized as a STEM Program that Works

Earth Force has received the prestigious 2019 Programs That Work Award from the Virginia Mathematics & Science Coalition (VMSC). The award recognizes exemplary mathematics, science, and integrated science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) programs for which there is evidence of a positive impact on student or teacher learning. The Virginia Mathematics & Science Coalition Programs[…]

A GREEN Series: The Power Of Community

Guest Post: Jan Sneddon, Director of GREEN In the spirit of the holidays, I wanted to focus on the general idea of community this month. I have been fortunate enough to support this program for the past 11 years, and the role has taken me to so many impressive, resilient communities and allowed me to[…]

Wait…E. coli Comes From What?!

This week, we’re learning about young people in Albuquerque, NM, who worked with the local media to educate residents about a “smelly situation” affecting the Rio Grande. At Coronado Elementary, a dual language school near the Albuquerque National Hispanic Cultural Center, 1st graders teamed up with 5th graders to investigate water quality at the bosque[…]