Students from five trade schools show creativity, humor, and commitment to making their schools more green at Connecticut’s “Clean Trades Summit.”
Education is my passion, and I am fortunate to enjoy it as a career. As Manager of Education Programs with the Project Learning Tree (PLT) national office in Washington, D.C., I help create PLT’s PreK-12 activities and design professional development programs for educators. For nearly a decade, I have been immersed in the field of environmental education.
The Greene School has a final “e” in the name because of its location near the village of Greene, Rhode Island (named for colonial leader …
A Master Gardener shares his check list of things to do in the garden in September.
Students in Michigan have reduced greenhouse gas emissions, implemented a school-wide recycling program, are growing produce for their school cafeteria, among many other initiatives.
Learn how students at this urban school in Newark, NJ brought nature indoors to improve air quality, connect with science lessons, and develop their leadership skills.
A female forester explains what the life of a forester actually entails and how she inspires students to explore jobs that will take them outside.
Sara Forness is an environmental science and field biology teacher at West Fargo High School in North Dakota who helps students interact with the community.
Matthew (Matt) Schnabel, a science teacher at White Knoll High School in Lexington, South Carolina, uses PLT to teach AP Environmental Science and other courses.
Eric Nelson teaches mathematics at New Britain High School, Connecticut. He uses environment-based problems in his lessons and helps students make data-driven decisions.