Learning Circle #8
Right from the Start! A guide to planning your best practice sustainability education & engagement project
25 September 2018
4:00PM - 5:30PM AEST
Join us for our next online national Learning Circle and learn everything you need to know for planning your best practice sustainability education and engagement project from a team who knows this inside out - Erika Van Schellebeck, Jem Hansen, Sue Martin and Melissa Sellen.
There will also be an opportunity for some great discussion to share your tips and tricks!
How to attend the learning circle
We will be using Zoom video conferencing to host the learning circle. You can join from your desktop, laptop or mobile device on the day at https://zoom.us/j/542721755
Required: Speakers, microphone (or headset) and camera
Let us know you're planning to attend by joining our Facebook event
After the event, you can login to the Members Area at www.aaee.org.au to view the recording and join the online post-event discussion.
About the Presenters
Erika Van Schellebeck
Erika was the Project Officer on the 2 years NSW Environmental Trust grant for AAEE NSW that has just finished. One of the great outcomes of this has been the development of resources and case studies on how to deliver a best practice sustainability education project. Erika is a sustainability education and community engagement consultant with 20 years of experience working with communities, local government, state government and non-government organisations in NSW.
Jem is the Vice-President of AAEE NSW and was Project Manager for the above-mentioned project NSW Trust funded project 'Equipping Regional Sustainability Education Networks for change'. He provides consulting and design services for resource management, sustainability, and environmental education through '360green.' He served on the AAEE National Executive Committee 2008-2010 and has been involved with the NSW Chapter since 2011 in a number of roles. Jem currently leads the project team for Make the Change: A Framework for Education and Engagement for Sustainability 2014-2021.
Sue has been the treasurer of AAEE NSW since 2004 and enjoys working with the NSW AAEE team. Currently working as the Sustainability Officer at St Ignatius College Riverview (part-time), she is actively involved in Cattai Landcare and the Environment Centre at THSC. Sue coordinates the NSW Environmental Educator of the Year Award, is dedicated to celebrating our successes as environmental educators and hopes every opportunity will foster the health of our profession.
Mel is an Executive Member of AAEE NSW and was a key member of the Project Management Group that oversaw the delivery of the 'Equipping Regional Sustainability Education Networks for change' project. She has over a decade of experience in sustainability education and currently works for the local government delivering sustainability projects and engagement. She also provides consulting services for sustainability education and engagement. She is the chair of the NSW Communications Working Group for AAEE NSW and has been on the Executive of the NSW Chapter since 2011.