What could collaboration look like in your place?
This webinar was hosted by NZAEE on March 15th, 2023. It was facilitated by experienced environmental educator and researcher Thea DePetris, with case studies from local groups and programmes in the Wairarapa, Taranaki and Taupō.
- Develop a shared understanding of collaboration - what, why, how
- Provide some place-based examples
- Scope opportunities for supporting local collaboration
- Find out how NZAEE can support your local group
Case studies and guest speakers:
Tāne Manukonga, Sustainable Taranaki, spoke about Te Ara Taiao o Taranaki, with a focus on mana whenua and teacher professional learning. You can learn more about this project by watching Tāne's presentation from our 2022 conference here.
Biggar, M., Ardoin, N.M. and Morris, J. (2017). Collective Impact on the Ground: Managing through the first phase of a collaborative process. Stanford Social Innovation Review. Also see affiliated website here.
Department of Conservation (2017). Stakeholders’ and Teachers Guides : Collaborative Community Approach to Conservation Education
DePetris, T. (2016). Kids Greening Taupo: Conservation Education Based on a Collaborative Community Model
DePetris, T. and Eames, C. (2018). A Collaborative Community Education Model: Developing Effective School-Community Partnerships
Enviroschools Our Stories: Search "collaboration"
Ministry of Education (n.d.) Developing Effective Education for Enterprise Learning Partnerships with the Community