2019 NSW Environmental Education Conference

Details coming late 2018

WHEN 3-5 October 2019
WHERE Kirrawee High School

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Make the Change

A review of the 2017 conference

Lane Cove Hunters Hill Green Schools NetworkWe were very grateful that St Ignatius College welcomed us to their place to host our 33rd NSW Environmental Education conference, it is an amazing place and Conference participants loved the experience. We respected the property by being waste wise and treading gently.

Participants were hugely positive in their feedback about both the content and the interactions. He highlights are best described by those who were engaged in the conference. They said it gave us “ideas worth acting on.” Another said, “Learnt a lot. Will do a lot.”

The conference inspired a commitment to turning learning into action.

Participants also reported that the Conference reduced the isolation of working alone in this field; they recognised the power of the network. ”We are part of a jigsaw.” “Amazing presentations and workshops – Lots of teachers. Lots of new people.”

“The enthusiasm of the AAEE organisers/presenters and attendees” was raised by lots of participants.” The great ideas it has given me to go on a make the change.”

Congratulations to a great organiser and team. “The attention to detail and care for everyone was wonderful.”



A Framework for Education and Engagement for Sustainability

Make the Change is a framework that provides a unified, coordinated and collaborative approach to sustainability education and engagement across NSW. It was developed by AAEE NSW in partnership with NSW Office of Environment and Heritage.

Based on international best practice research and extensive stakeholder consultation, Make the Change defines the shared vision, principles and goals that will support sustainability education and engagement providers from all sectors to shape effective action into the future. Read more...

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