ANROE implements natural resource education and environmental literacy in Alaska. One of the guiding documents is the Alaska Natural Resource and Environmental Literacy Plan.
Find out about scheduled workshops coming up in the next 6-9 months.
There is historic new federal funding available for environmental education through the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA). The new grant program under Title IV, Part A, Student Support and Academic Enrichment Grants will help states, districts, and schools provide students with a more well-rounded education. It focuses on safe and healthy students, how technology can be integrated into schools to improve teaching and learning, as well as emphasizing a variety of disciplines that provide a well-rounded education — including environmental education.
Learn about ANROE’s projects with schools and communities to realize its mission.
Professional Development for Teachers
ANROE coordinates with partners to offer professional development opportunities to help educators develop and refine their knowledge of natural resource & environmental literacy, and skills in environmental education principles and teaching techniques. Educators can use these environmental education and service-learning techniques to meet State Standards, while keeping students excited about learning, thus lowering drop-out rates. In addition to the types of workshops described below, there are sometimes special topics workshops.
If you are interested in having ANROE provide a workshop in your area, contact us at email@example.com
ANROE provides the following types of workshops, sometimes offered together.
Project WILD – A National award-winning conservation and environmental education curriculum emphasizing wildlife. It was developed by the Council for Environmental Education in Houston, Texas. The curriculum is designed for educators (both formal and non-formal) of pre-kindergarten through twelfth grade and is sponsored by the Alaska Department of Fish and Game.
Project Learning Tree – A hands-on, interdisciplinary workshop, which introduces educators (K-12) to dynamic activities and content for teaching about forest ecosystems, plants, wildlife habitat and wise use of natural resources. The action-packed workshop includes content, lesson modeling, interactive activities, and opportunities for planning and exchange of teaching ideas.
Fire in a Changing Climate – One‐credit courses that introduce interdisciplinary content and activities for teaching students about wildland fire ecology, behavior, and management, and how to make our homes “Firewise.”