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Massachusetts Project Learning Tree will hold a PLT Curriculum workshop for educators who teach grades K-8 at Borderland State Park in North Easton on Saturday, June 30th from 10 am to 2 pm. Project Learning Tree® is an award-winning, nationally-recognized environmental education program of the Sustainable Forestry Initiative. PLT focuses on trees, forests, forest ecology and their place in human culture and enterprise.
PLT curriculum develops awareness, engages critical thinking skills and promotes constructive action. Developed for different age/grade levels, the interdisciplinary curriculum is designed for diverse teaching and learning styles.
The PreK-8 Curriculum includes nearly 100 hands-on; minds-on activities that connect with topics in Science, English Language Arts, Math, and Social Studies.
Cost of the workshop is $20. To register call Gini Traub at 617/699-2387 or email email@example.com by June 23rd.
The Department of Conservation and Recreation sponsors PLT in Massachusetts with support from the Massachusetts Forest Alliance. In-person workshops led by trained facilitators are available for classroom teachers, home school parents, youth group leaders, nature center staff and those who work with young people.