Washington, D.C. might belong to the whole nation as our capital–but it also a place where kids live, learn, and go green.
Cindy Kilpatrick, the Environmental Science Facilitator at Oil City Magnet School in Oil City, Louisiana, coordinated more than 100 environmental field trips in one year,
Linda Jordan is a fourth grade teacher at Indian Rocks Christian School in Seminole, Florida, who also developed and facilitates a popular summer science camp.
Brandy Vavruska, a kindergarten teacher at West Elementary School in Spearfish, South Dakota, helped pilot the Early Childhood curriculum in her classroom.
Ginger Reasonover is a science lab coordinator who uses PLT with preK through fourth grade students at David Lipscomb Elementary School in Nashville, Tennessee.
A foundation of PLT’s broad-based curriculum is support and enrichment of a variety of teaching and learning opportunities for teachers and students alike. PLT activities …
A large, diverse Title 1 public school and a small, private school in Houston both use PLT’s GreenSchools program to meet the needs of students.
There are lots of reasons to learn outside. If you are thinking about trying out teaching in the outdoors, check out these tips.
Try these teaching ideas to provide students with different learning styles and abilities multiple avenues to acquire and process content.
Nature helps children’s development–intellectually, emotionally, socially, spiritually, and physically. Studies show that teaching outdoors produces student gains in social studies, science, language arts and math.