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Project Learning Tree Workshop, March 3, 2012

 

About PLT

Project Learning Tree (PLT) is an award-winning, interdisciplinary, environmental education program designed for formal and non-formal educators working with students in pre-kindergarten through grade twelve. PLT uses trees and forests as the context to help young people gain an awareness and knowledge of natural and built environments. PLT stimulates students’ critical and creative thinking; develop students’ ability to make informed decisions on environmental issues; and instills a commitment of responsible action on behalf of the environment.

Trained facilitators conduct workshops throughout Florida. During the workshops, participants receive the Pre-K–8 Activity Guide or Secondary Module and experience first-hand the fun, hands-on, easy-to-use activities. Participants may receive additional PLT materials depending on the theme of the workshop.

PLT…

  • can be used in both rural and urban environments, whether there is a forest or a single tree.

is correlated to the Sunshine State Standards. 

 teaches students how to think, not what to think about our complex   environment.

Provides a balanced approach to environmental issues.

 Is fun!

 Project Learning Tree Workshop

Pensacola State College, Milton Campus, Room 4308

PSC Forestry Conclave

Saturday, March 3, 2012

9:00 am until 2:30 pm

Registration Fee $20.00

Agenda:

 9:00 am          Registration, pre-test

 

9:15                Welcome, housekeeping, introductions

                         We all Need Trees, pg. 65 #13

 9:30           PLT introduction, appendices,     

                     activities, components

 10:15              PLT activities – Web of Life, pg. 194, #45

                                                   Birds and Worms, pg. 111, #25

10:45             Break

 11:00              PLT activity – Water Wonders, pg.188, #44

 12:00              Lunch and enjoy the PJC Forestry Conclave

 

1:00               PLT activity guide hike, Florida SSS

                       correlations

 

1:15                PLT activities – Every Tree for Itself, pg.

                        117, #27

                        Adopt a Tree, pg. 97, #21

                         Tree Cookies, pg. 327, #76          

                 

2:00                Planning PLT activities

 

2:30                Additional resources, post test, wrap

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Project Learning Tree Workshop

Registration Form

March 3, 2012

PSC Forestry Conclave

PSC Milton Campus

 

 

Name ____________________________________________

 

Mailing Address _____________________ City ___________ State __ Zip_____

 

Phone _______________________________

 

e-mail ________________________________

 

School or organization ___________________________________________

 

Grades or ages of youth you work with ______________________________

 

Have you used environmental education activities in the past? _____Yes ____ No

 

Please return (via e-mail or fax) this registration form to:

Chris Verlinde

Phone 850-623-3868

Fax 850-623-6151

e-mail chrismv@ufl.edu

 

Send registration checks made out to the University of Florida to:

Chris Verlinde

UF/IFAS Sea Grant Extension

6263 Dogwood Drive

Milton, FL 32570

 

 

 

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