The National Wildlife Federation’s Eco-Schools USA staff and partners are recruiting 60 schools in the United States to participate in the second year of the program. Our EPA Taiwan colleagues are also recruiting 60 schools in Taiwan. We will engage approximately 2,500 students in the second year, bringing our total engagement to 3,750 students.
US Teacher Visit to Taiwan in July 2015. Photo: NWF
Taiwan Principals visiting US school in Houston in October 2015. Photo: NWF
Webinar – iEARN-USA and iEARN Taiwan organized a webinar on September 24, 2015 at 9:00 am EST, 9:00 pm Taiwan to introduce the Eco-Campus program to new and continuing educators, review important information about the online course, and highlight project connections from the first year of the program.
Fifty-eight participants attended the event and the recording is available at:
Here is some of the feedback we have received from several of our program participants:
“It’s been a wonderful online journey to learn from
partners of this course group.
Each post provides a window open to future project ideas.”
~ Ting Hsuan Tseng, National Tainan Chia-Chi Girls Senior High School
“It’s been a great online forum. I think I will improve my teaching by this.“
Ping Tung County Nan Jung English Village
“Everyone shared such great ideas and I learned so much. A Day in the Life was a great way to experience how our peers in Taiwan and within the US approach sustainability.”
~ Jacque Sanchez, Griffin Elementary
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