Wildlife Habitat Council: Incorporating Project Learning Tree into Your Educational Projects

Are you interested in incorporating Project Learning Tree into your educational projects?

In this webinar, learn how to use this curriculum as a way to share the wonder of your habitat with others, and find out how you and your partners can receive training in this curriculum. Project Learning Tree is a set of nearly 100 conservation education lessons developed by teachers and published by the American Forest Foundation. But don’t be fooled by the title—the lessons in Project Learning Tree cover so much more than the study of trees! Hands-on lessons delve into cross-cutting science concepts such as diversity, patterns of change and inter-relationships in ecosystems. Aimed at kindergarten through secondary school, the lessons are adaptable for use with formal education, scout groups, annual fairs or casual learning experiences along a nature trail with employees and families.

Presenter:

  • Kathy McGlauflin, Senior Vice President in Education, Project Learning Tree

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Science Topics
Conservation & Sustainability, Ecology
Educator, Administration
Adults

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