My life changed when I met Pat Maloney, the PLT State Coordinator in Maine. Learn about PLT’s national network that provides support to educators for incorporating environmental education and outdoor learning into their classrooms.
Watch these videos of some of PLT’s most popular activities in action. The videos accompany our new online professional development courses.
Project Learning Tree continues to develop new online professional development opportunities for educators that are carefully designed to create effective learning experiences.
Engage students in STEM teaching and learning as they investigate the variables that cause leaves to change color with PLT’s Activity 78: Signs of Fall.
Project Learning Tree is in the process of creating several new online lessons designed specifically for classroom teachers in Grades K-2, 3-5, and 6-8.
Whether floating on the air, getting carried by animals, or catching waves, plants use many techniques to send their seeds far and wide. Use this STEM focused PLT activity to teach about plant reproduction and seed dispersal.
The sustainable school garden project has yielded a rich harvest of home-grown vegetables, increased knowledge of potential food choices, and experiential learning opportunities.
Do you want a refresher course, or know someone who wants training in environmental education but can’t make it to an in-person workshop?
Discover how plants and animals are connected by taking a closer look at your local ecosystem to examine the interdependence of living organisms.
Ready, set, plant! Tree planting tips for your class, community group, or family to use when planting trees.