What do Project Learning Tree educators do when it rains at an outdoor workshop? They make a TEACHER RAINBOW! (photo credit: Rachel Gold)

“AK PLT encourages teachers and students to actively engage in outdoor learning, experiential education, and opportunities to explore one’s backyard.”

“This was the best professional development course I’ve had as a teacher. The instructor was well-prepared, had a plethora of materials for students to peruse, and developed a sequence that helped us understand science standards, various resources, the PLT curriculum and lessons, techniques, and so much more. I feel much more prepared for the start of the school year.”

– Becky King, workshop participant

PLT workshops in Alaska 

Featured Content from Alaska PLT

Can’t make it to an in-person workshop?

Did you know that Alaska PLT offers online professional development?

National PLT also offers online courses.

Want to learn more about PLT in Alaska?

Check out PLT in Denali National Park: This resource developed by Alaskan educator Leola Rutherford contains 20 + mini-lessons for the new 2021 edition of PLT’s Explore Your Environment: K-8 Activity Guide.

Explore these PLT Resources for Alaska’s Teachers and Educators and contact your PLT State Coordinator:
Molly Gillespie

Alaska PLT State Coordinator
Wasilla Soil and Water Conservation District
1700 E Bogard Rd # A203
Wasilla, AK 99654

[email protected]
(864) 331-9427