We have completed a pilot test of five new PLT activities for grades K-8 with both formal and non-formal educators across the county.
Will you be attending the NSTA conference in St. Louis, Missouri in April? Join one of our focus groups to tell us how PLT might better meet your needs and we’ll give you a $50 Amazon gift card.
PLT is updating its flagship curriculum, the PreK-8 Environmental Education Activity Guide. We’re seeking educators to pilot test five new activities. Stipends are available, apply by March 8, 2019.
SEEC is a partnership between School Superintendents and PLT, NAAEE and Upstream Alliance that’s working to educate superintendents across the US on the benefits of environmental education to encourage more schools to integrate environmental education into the classroom.
To celebrate our partnership, Your True Nature is offering a 30% discount on all Advice items for members of the PLT community AND an additional 10% of all purchases will be donated to PLT.
Project Learning Tree would like to thank outgoing members from its Education Operating Committee and welcome new members who are dedicated to PLT’s mission.
Back in 1976 the first PLT workshops were held in ten western states. Since then PLT has trained more than 675,000 educators across the country through in-person workshops. But, we’re keeping pace with change and now also offer environmental education on demand.
The overhauled federal education law promotes environmental education as a way to provide students with a well-rounded, 21st century education. It includes funding to grow environmental literacy in K-12 public schools.
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.
Do you remember Tamagotchi? Well, the interactive virtual pet just got a major upgrade!