Project Learning Tree (PLT) is an award-winning environmental education program designed for and by educators working with students in pre-kindergarten through grade 12. The program uses the forest as a "window" on the natural world, helping to focus awareness and knowledge of all aspects of the environment, and our place within it. PLT helps prepare students to make informed decisions about conservation practices and natural resource use by practicing problem solving and critical thinking skills.
PLT's new and revised activity guide offers a comprehensive environmental curriculum, which encompasses land, air and water. It is local, national and global in scope.
This new PLT guide expands on several activities in the PreK-8 activity guide and includes many new experiences designed especially for children ages 3-6
PLT has materials available for secondary teachers. These materials are available in a series of topic specific modules. The following modules are currently available through workshops:
Exploring Environmental Issues:
Project Learning Tree's materials have been correlated to Alaska's Content Standards as well as the National Science and Social Studies standards. The Alaska Correlations are available in hard copy or on our Correlations website. The Common Core State Standard correlations are available on PLT's national website
You can obtain Project Learning Tree's materials by attending a training workshop. At the training workshop, you will learn how easy it is to incorporate PLT's action-oriented activities into your current lesson plans and curriculum. You will have the opportunity to meet other professionals in your area who are interested in environmental education. Workshops can be scheduled for your building, school district or community.
Graduate level credit courses can be arranged for both the elementary and secondary workshops.
Currently there are no workshops scheduled. Please call if you wish to schedule a workshop with a minimum of 6 participants, please call us at 907-479-1213 x 105