259 Massapoag Avenue
Massachusetts Project Learning Tree will hold a Global & Local Environmental Issues workshop for middle & high school educators on Tuesday, August 6th, from 10 am to 3 pm at the Visitor Center at Borderland State Park in North Easton.
This hands-on, collegial-style workshop highlights select activities from Project Learning Tree’s middle and high school environmental modules, Forests of the World and Focus on Forests.
The workshop showcases activities that support key learning skills:
– Gathering and analyzing scientific information
– Increasing cultural awareness
– Applying critical thinking skills to environmental issues
This workshop will help middle and high school educators bring real-world environmental issues to their classroom. The field-tested curriculum is flexible for teachers, engaging for students, and is particularly ideal for interdisciplinary team teaching situations.
Cost of the workshop is $23 including curriculum guides.
For information or to register, call Gini Traub at (617) 699-2387 or email Gini.Traub@mass.gov by July 30th.
Project Learning Tree® is a program of the Sustainable Forestry Initiative and is sponsored in Massachusetts by the Department of Conservation and Recreation with support from the Massachusetts Forest Alliance.
For more information about Project Learning Tree® please visit www.plt.org