This workshop has been completed, although we hope to
offer it again in the future. Please visit
http://www.plt.org to find out about similar workshops around the state.
Learning Tree teaches how to think, not what to think."
Resource professionals are
often called upon as informal educators regarding an array of environmental
questions. Teachers would like to make their classes more active and
interactive, without breaking their budget. This workshop will provide you
with interactive, age-appropriate, inexpensive activities that you can use and
readily adapt to meet both needs. The activities were designed by
teachers and natural resources personnel, tested in classrooms, and correlated
with educational standards. "PLT activities guide students through a
process that begins with awareness, moves to knowledge, challenges preconceived
ideas, and seeks constructive avenues for environmental action."
You must attend both sessions
to receive the complementary Environmental Education Activity Guide (Pre
K-8), with handy indices to help you select activities for your subject matter and grade. For instance, there are over 50
activities that can be used for integrated science and social studies
lessons, and almost 70 activities recommended for students in the 4th
High school modules (an
introductory handbook and separate, specialized modules on forest ecology,
forest issues, municipal solid waste, and risk) will also be available for
purchase at the workshop ($5 ea, or $20 for the set of 5).
This is an active
indoor/outdoor workshop, and it will be conducted rain or shine—please dress
For a directions and maps,
click here. Please enter
through the ESF Main Entrance on Irving Avenue (next to the Carrier Dome)and request a parking permit at the booth good for that evening. ESF
students: please use your regular after-hours parking permit.
For more information about this
nationally recognized program, please visit
http://www.plt.org or call one of the numbers below.
To register for this 2 part
Click here for registration form in
PDF* or MS Word format
Or send name, address, phone number, email address, affiliation and payment to
one of the facilitators:
203 Marshall Hall, 1 Forestry Dr.
Syracuse, NY 13224
NYS DEC - Forestry
1285 Fisher Avenue
Cortland, NY 13045
(800) 388-8244 extension 221
Friday, March 25. Checks or money orders for $10 should be made payable
to: NY Project Learning Tree.
This workshop has been approved for 6 category 1 CFE
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Acrobat Reader download site.