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Each month, PLT staff compiles a list of grant opportunities, contests, webinars, professional development opportunities, interactive models, videos, and other multimedia tools to help educators conduct PLT activities in new and creative ways. Choose “Resources” on the sidebar to the right to access them.
Option: Interested in becoming a PLT Workshop Facilitator? Consider sharing your passion for education and the environment with educators who will then use PLT materials to help future decision makers learn how to think, not what to think about our complex environment.
Learn how to facilitate workshops for adult learners while sharing your experiences and expertise.
- Become a valued volunteer who is familiar with the programs and mission of the Colorado State Forest Service.
- Gain leadership and professional development skills.
- Gain knowledge of environmental education, natural resource programs and agencies.
- Learn about and make contacts in your community.
- Contribute to the strength and growth of the PLT program in Colorado and nationally.
Please contact us or fill out the application survey below. We will then determine if your experiences, location, availability and professional goals meet our needs at this time. If so, you will be invited to join us for our next training. We will contact you either way. Thanks so much for your commitment to great education, our environment, and kids!
PLT and STEM PLT has included technology concepts in its lessons since its inception, and our skills index was implemented in the 20th century! See examples of how PLT complements your efforts to ensure STEM is in your classroom using design challenges and biomimicry.
Want PLT Secondary Materials But Can’t Find A Workshop When You Need One?
We are experimenting with independent study opportunities to provide access to our wonderful secondary modules. These materials are too valuable to be sitting on shelves waiting until enough educators find out about, register for and attend a traditional interactive workshop!
American Forest Foundation’s Your Week in Trees