Project Learning Tree
Training, materials and professional development
Project Learning Tree® is an award-winning, multi-disciplinary environmental education program for PreK-12-grade educators and students. A program of the American Forest Foundation, PLT is one of the most widely used environmental education programs in the United States and abroad. It meets state and national education standards, and topics range from forests, wildlife and water to community planning, waste management and energy.
Achieve these goals
- Increase students' understanding of our environment
- Stimulate students' critical and creative thinking
- Develop students' ability to make informed decisions on environmental issues
- Instill in students the commitment to take responsible action on behalf of the environment
Attend one six-hour pre-K-through-8 workshop, and get these materials
- Curriculum guide containing nearly 100 activities
- Correlations to the Show-Me Standards
- A new curriculum, revised to add what educators were requesting
- Access to a network of educators linked by a common interest
- A curriculum easily adaptable to many settings, with appeal to children of all ages, backgrounds and learning styles
- The national PLT newsletter, The Branch
Students will enjoy these fun, hands-on activities
- Explore history as it comes alive in their hands in Tree Cookies.
- Exercise their personalities as a tree in Every Tree For Itself.
- Discover creative writing skills in Poet Tree.
- Calculate water use in Every Drop Counts.
- Practice mapping multicultural and global uses of natural resources with Resource Go Around.
High school modules
- Curriculum modules address contemporary environmental issues.
- Modules include: Exploring Environmental Issues: Focus on Forests, Forest Ecology, Solid Waste Management, Risk Assessment, World Forests, The Built Environment and Biodiversity
- Fun and challenging for older students
- Correlates with lessons in social studies, language arts, science, geography and math
- Offers opportunities for thematic units, research projects and field studies
Join a PLT workshop
Contact Briedi Scott at 573-522-4115, ext. 3175, or email at email@example.com.
Or to receive information on PLT, print this page, fill out the following information and mail to this address:
Project Learning Tree
c/o Missouri Department of Conservation
P.O. Box 180
Jefferson City, MO 65102-0180
I'm interested in these topics:
- PreK-8 workshop
- High school module workshop
- Combination PLT, WILD or WET workshop
- Becoming a PLT facilitator
- Giving financial support/sponsoring a workshop
- Missouri Department of Conservation
- Missouri Department Natural Resources
- Missouri Department Elementary and Secondary Education
- And others who have an interest in conservation and education.