Project Learning Tree is a hands-on, interdisciplinary workshop, which introduces educators to dynamic activities and content for teaching forest ecosystems, plants, wildlife habitat and wise use of natural resources. The action-packed workshop includes content, lesson modeling, interactive activities, and opportunities for planning and exchange of teaching ideas.
Participants gain their own copies of the Project Learning Tree and Project WILD activity guides. Activities and content are correlated to Alaska State Content Standards.
All educators are invited to attend, including classroom teachers, homeschoolers, community and youth group leaders, and all those interested in learning innovative techniques for teaching about the natural world.
For more information contact Alaska PLT Coordinator, Derylee Hecimovich, at firstname.lastname@example.org to find out when the next training will be.
Visit Alaska PLT Teacher Resources for much more!