PEECworks.org – The resource library for the Place-based Education Evaluation Collaborative
MEERA – My Environmental Education Evaluation Resource Assistant, hosted by University of Michigan
Guiding Principles for Evaluators – From the American Evaluation Association
Evaluation Flash Cards (PDF) – Developed by Michael Quinn Patton
Evaluation checklists – From The Evaluation Center at Western Michigan University
Logic Model Development Guide – An industry standard resources from the W. K. Kellogg Foundation
User-Friendly Guide (PDF) – An extensive introduction to evaluation for beginners, published by NSF.
Online Evaluation Resource Library – A thorough resource developed by the National Science Foundation
December 13, 2013 post to AEA365 from PEER Sr. Research Associate Rachel Becker-Klein on the topic of embedded assessment for climate education.
Appreciative Inquiry Commons – Academic resources and practical tools for the discipline of positive change
PromiseOfPlace.org – Resources to support place-based education
EE Research Bulletins – Summaries of recent research published quarterly by NatureBridge and Nicole Ardoin
CLIPs – Descriptions and resources for building Communities of Learning Inquiry and Practice
What Works Clearinghouse – Research and resources compiled by the US Department of Education
Spark Policy Institute – A series of user-friendly toolkits for Developmental Evaluation, Farm to School, etc.
Place-based Curriculum Design – A practical book by a friend of PEER's, Amy Demarest.
Influencing Conservation Behaviors (PDF) – A very actionable review of behavior change research from 2013.
Measuring Results (PDF) – Another excellent, but slightly older, review of relevant behavior change research.
Children and Nature Network Research Library – Searchable database with associated email alerts.
GreenNotes Article on Forest Kindergarten – Written by Amy Powers, for Green Schools National Network.
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Below is a list of files we find ourselves frequently referencing. Feel free to copy and share them (with attribution where appropriate).