The purpose of the Kansas City Environmental Education Network is to improve environmental education for preK-12 students in the Kansas City region by providing professional development opportunities to teachers and non-formal educators.
Teaching Environmental Literacy
for PreK-12 Teachers and Non-Formal Educators on Jan. 30, 2016, 8 a.m.–12:30 p.m. at Union Station
has been cancelled.
We regret any inconvenience. Please stay tuned for future events.
What we do
KCEEN Planning Committee meetings – These monthly meetings give KCEEN members a chance to network, discuss issues and plan for upcoming events.
Teaching Environmental Stewardship Award (TESA) – TESA is given each year to a teacher who provides exceptional environmental education to their students.
Teacher Resource Day – A partnership with Science Pioneers that includes teachers sharing lessons, and science education organizations showcasing the opportunities they have for teachers and students.
Environmental Education Resource Guide – This is a comprehensive overview of programs and resources offered by many organizations in our region. This is a great resource for educators of all types who want to enhance their students and children’s interaction with the environment.
There are several great ways for you to get involved with KCEEN:
Join the Kansas City Environmental Education Network Facebook group.
Attend our professional development events.
Join the Planning Committee.
Nominate a teacher for the TESA.
For more information or to get involved, contact Matt Riggs at 816-701-8313.