Victorian Association for Environmental Education (VAEE)
VAEE is an independent, not-for-profit, membership-based organization that provides a voice for this sector. VAEE promotes the development of environmental education and sustainable behaviour change in both formal education and community settings, and offers professional support to practitioners in the field.VAEE is the Victorian chapter of the Australian Association for Environmental Education (AAEE).
VAEE is the subject association for VCE Environmental Science teachers providing textbooks, trial exam papers, workshops for teachers and revision lectures for students. Join the teacher e-network here.
AAEE Research Symposium, 1 Nov 2014
The research symposium is an AAEE initiative, in 2014 hosted by the University of Tasmania as it aligns with the AAEE Biennial conference in Hobart.
The key purpose of the research symposium is to develop a high quality, interactive event that contributes to the development and growth of the environmental and sustainability education (EE and SE) research communities in Australasia.
If you are interested in co-leading a dialogue at the Research Symposium, please go to the Program tab of the AAEE Conference website to submit your Expression of Interest: http://aaee2014.com.au
AAEE 2014 NATIONAL CONFERENCE: 2-4 NOVEMBER 2014
Register for the 2014 AAEE Conference, Hobart
Guest Speakers: David W. Orr, and Paul Gilding,
• Paper Submission Deadline 7 May 2014
• Authors' Acceptance Advice 23 May 2014
• Early Bird Registration Closes 10 August 2014
For further information, please visit the Conference website here
VAEE Frank Fisher Scholarship 2014
In honour of Professor Frank Fisher (1943-2012) VAEE is offering a $500 scholarship to present at the AAEE Conference in Hobart in November 2-4 and/or the AAEE Research Symposium 1st November.
Frank Fisher was the 24th VAEE Educator of the Year and inaugural AAEE Environmental Educator of the Year in 2007, and a long time supporter of VAEE and regular presenter at AAEE conferences and in Eingana. Frank was known for his persistent curiosity into the systems and social structures that underpin our understanding of and responses to sustainability concerns.