Want to create a more engaging and effective classroom?

Becoming bored by your own lesson plans?

Want to transform your classroom?

If yes, then keep reading.

EE FoundationsLearn how to create a more engaging and effective classroom in just three hours. This online course will show you how to transform learning in your classroom and raise the performance of your students. Course instructors are leading educators in the experiential field.  Our first cohort completed the course in February and here's what they had to say:

"I will now begin to look at my curriculum and planning differently....how to apply active learning with EE principals into several of my already constructed lesson plans and approach them in a way that allows the ideas of the students to drive the flow of learning- not my assumptions of what they need next."

"This will help me create a more engaging classroom for my students where they can show me what they know as opposed to the other way around."

"I look forward to using many ideas from the seminar in my classroom. I love the idea of active quizzes and using everyday items in my teaching. I plan to use the five basic approaches of learning as well."

I'm Interested

The course includes group interaction, reading assignments, a final assessment and a certificate of completion. Click here to see a course syllabus.

Module 1: What is Experiential Education (EE)? 
Module 2: What Drives EE in the Classroom? 
Module 3: What Does EE Look Like in the Classroom?  

Length: 1 hour per module + additional assignments before/after the live event
Cost: $200 for the three-session course (AEE members save $75)
CEU/CEC's Available

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"As educators, we are constantly looking for a variety of ways to engage in professional development. As a new school focusing on experiential education, this online course is perfect for our board and school directors to engage in a shared experience that will launch ongoing conversations and curriculum development planning. This online course also allows us the opportunity to connect with other like-minded educators who are trying to create meaningful education in experiential learning schools. Thank you AEE for curating this important series."

Marin Burton, Ph.D.
Faculty, Center for Creative Leadership
Board member, The Experiential School of Greensboro

The many contributors to this course include:
Dr. Gordon Grant: Director of Education, North Carolina Outward Bound School
Dr. Cheryl Bolick:  Associate Professor, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Nikki GamrathAsst. Head of School, The College School
Winnie Needham: Asst. Professor of Education Studies, Principia College
Ed Maggart: Head of School, The College School
Rayna Dineen: Education Consultant and Director: Reading Quest Center