Sue Keene, a teacher in residence at the University of Indianapolis in Indiana, is a PLT facilitator who is helping create a PLT technology guide.
Robin McCartney, associate professor at the University of Louisiana in Lafayette, teaches science methods to pre-service and PreK-3 teachers and Master’s students.
Gwynne Rife is a professor of biology and education at the University of Findlay in Ohio who facilitates immersive PLT teacher workshops.
Tammy Brown is an environmental educator at Casper College in Casper, Wyoming, who teaches pre-service courses and drafted the Wyoming PLT strategic plan.
Katharine Fralick is a professor of education at Plymouth State University, Plymouth, New Hampshire, where she trains all of her undergraduate education students in PLT.
Julie McIntosh is an assistant professor of education at the University of Findlay, Findlay, Ohio. She teaches early childhood and high school science methods classes.
Robin Nelson is an environmental education coordinator for the Alabama Department of Education in Montgomery. She developed a secondary curriculum called Water Sourcebook.
Barbara Patterson is an instructor at Front Range Community College in Fort Collins, Colorado, where she teaches about forestry, wildlife, and natural resources using PLT.
Florie Babcock is a professor of early childhood education at Florida Southern College in Lakeland, where her students adapt PLT lessons for use with preschoolers.
Micheline Hickenbotham is an assistant professor of education at Black Hills State University, Spearfish, South Dakota. She uses PLT to teach Science and Math Methods.