Elizabeth Milli
  • Female
  • North Royalton, OH
  • United States
Share on Facebook Share
  • Blog Posts (9)
  • Discussions
  • Events
  • Groups
  • Photos
  • Photo Albums
  • Videos

Elizabeth Milli's Friends

  • Peter Manka
  • Dani Tinker
  • Ali Baylor
  • Juliet Robertson

Elizabeth Milli's Page

Profile Information

Title or Role
Teach Green Blog
Elizabeth Milli is a freelance writer in Northeast Ohio, with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications from Cleveland State University. She has worked in educational publishing and has extensive experience in correlating the Common Core State Standards to classroom educational materials and lesson plans. Her other proficiencies include grant writing, public relations and developing marketing communications programs. She is the mother of four children, an avid nature enthusiast and lifelong equestrian. Elizabeth is dedicated to communicating the importance of advocating solutions to achieve global ecological sustainability through the environmental education of school age children. She volunteers at a therapeutic riding center working with autistic children, and strongly believes in the transformative power of exposure to the natural world.

Elizabeth is currently working on a children’s fictional series that promotes ecofriendly themes, sustainable living practices and pro-social behaviors.
Web site
Facebook Account
Twitter Account
Family Nature Blog RSS Feed URL

Elizabeth Milli's Blog

Introducing The Green Beans & the Litterbugs: Ecofriendly Entertainment for Kids

I am pleased to announce the launch of The Green Beans & the Litterbugs at…


Posted on April 18, 2014 at 10:49am

Environmental Education in the Flipped Classroom

Throughout my childhood, our family farm in Pennsylvania was not only a summer getaway from city life, but also a place to host extended family and friends. Many times we were allowed to bring classmates from school. One particular friend shared my affinity for horses and was a frequent guest. We spent long summer days playing in the creek, exploring the woods and tending to the horses and cattle on the property, all without issue until one fateful evening when she learned the truth…


Posted on December 12, 2013 at 5:45pm — 2 Comments

The Flipped Classroom: Fertile Ground for Teaching Environmental Education

There's a grassroots movement trending in communities across the country. It started with a handful of tech-savvy pioneers and a few innovative educators. Slowly, it moved in to the mainstream, catching the attention of parents and kids searching for a better way. Forward-thinking businesses and avant-garde entrepreneurs saw the immense, untapped potential and jumped on board. Now, it's cropping up everywhere.


No, people aren't protesting on the city green or picketing the…


Posted on October 1, 2013 at 8:03am — 5 Comments

School's Out. Now What? TeachGreen Summer Reading List

I am the mother of four children, three boys and a girl. I will always remember the sound of the school bus as it came to a stop outside our front door on the last day of class. I still associate its screeching brakes with the energy that was unleashed in my household the minute my exuberant kids raced through the back door, shedding book bags and uniforms as they ran. I learned early on that the best way to channel an over abundance of youthful enthusiasm (and preserve the sane existence I…


Posted on July 2, 2013 at 4:41am

Comment Wall

You need to be a member of COMMUNITY FORUM to add comments!


  • No comments yet!

© 2018   Created by amy pertschuk.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service