Vermont PLT, an award-winning conservation education curriculum for students in pre-Kindergarten through grade twelve is getting a fresh start in Vermont. We want your help in creating a new plan for this important conservation education program. Our goal is to give Vermont students the knowledge and skills to become responsible, productive, and participatory members of society. We… [read more]
Forest for Every Classroom
A Forest for Every Classroom (FFEC,) is an award-winning professional development program for K-12 teachers of all disciplines, offering stimulating, thought-provoking experiences designed to refresh your mind and passion for teaching! Across habitats and through the seasons, educators learn how to “read”–and teach–in the landscapes of Vermont from some of the best education and natural resource professionals in the state. They explore how using place-based learning and education for sustainability make the Common Core State Standards and Next Generation Science Standards both more practical and meaningful.
Free Activities for Families
Nature is a great teacher! Try these activity ideas from Project Learning Tree to connect the children in your life to the outdoors and nature. Suitable for children ages 3 – 15, some activities work better for younger children, others are more suited for older children. The way you present them will change depending on… [read more]
Experiencing Trees Through the Seasons with PLT
The Family Center of Washington County partners with Vermont PLT to offer high quality thematic professional development seasonally for early childhood professionals in the region. Late September brought a workshop based around autumn studies, Experiencing Trees through the Seasons. Over 35 home childcare providers, and early educators attended this two hour evening workshop. They experienced a… [read more]