Grants and Contracts Details
Each university Center for Environmental Education will be responsible for providing: A. (1) Teacher (pre-service and in-service) and leadership training, (2) program development, (3) regional services and (4) research; I B. A plan for the implementation of items one through four above and the submis~ion of this plan by September 30,2002 to Murray State University, Center for Environmental Education's Project Director; C. Both quantitative and qualitative measures/evidence of the items one through four above on a quarterly basis beginning. October 30, 2002; D. Outlines of programs with the dates of services, times, and places will be provided as a part of items one through four above with specific references to the infusion of specifically mathematics and science as well as other school subjects; E. Evidence of collaboration within the university as well as with local, state and federal agencies to provide services under the aegis of items one through four above. F. Meeting bi-monthly at the Kentucky University Partnership for Environmental Education (KUPEE); G. Collaboration and preparation for and attendance at a session of the North American Association for Environmental Education Annual Meeting to be held in October 2003 in Alaska; H. Identify and recruit 4 teachers (K-12) from your service area to take part in a culminating, residential environmental education workshop to take place at Land Between the Lakes; I. Participate and provide instruction for the culminating, residential environmental education workshop to take place at Land Between the Lakes; 1. Provide a final report due November 30, 2003 that provides a chronology of events and outcomes during the period from March 1, 2002 to November 2003 to be submitted to Murray State University's Center for Environmental Education. ,
|Effective start/end date||7/1/02 → 12/30/04|
- Murray State University: $41,000.00
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