Enrollment for the 2016-17 course is closed. The next course is expected to run from November 2018 through May 2019, with applications available in April 2018. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
to receive updates for the next course.
The estimated costs of attending the course are:
- Course admission fee: $300
- Course materials: Up to $100
- Lodging: $64.95 per night for state park lodge rooms, variable for cabins and hotels
- Meals: about $8 for breakfast and lunch buffets at state parks, and $14 for dinner buffets, otherwise variable
- Transportation: variable
Participants may significantly reduce the costs of attendance by:
- sharing transportation to and from workshops,
- sharing a cabin at state parks, or sharing lodge or hotel rooms,
- bringing food (state park cabins have kitchens, but lodge rooms do not),
- seeking employer assistance with costs, and
- taking advantage of applicable tax deductions for expenses
Students not already certified in the current Project WET
, Project WILD
, or Project Learning Tree
guides will be required to order these books through KEEC. Each book costs $25 and contains EE lesson plans and activities that will be referenced throughout the course. Students will need to obtain, on their own, a copy of Childhood and Nature: Design Principles for Education
, by David Sobel.
Code of Ethics
In order to participate in the course, all applicants must sign the Code of Ethics, which includes the following statement:
Standard 1.1. The educator will clearly differentiate between education and advocacy when conducting EE programs, allowing students to decide for themselves where they stand on environmental issues. The educator will refrain from making personal advocacy statements when teaching about environmental issues.
The full text of the Code of Ethics is included in the application form and available here
. Applicants who have questions or concerns about the Code of Ethics should contact email@example.com.