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Florida Project Learning Tree - University of Florida - Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences Extension PLT raised $600 from donations at the Professional Development Conference raffle! At PLT's latest 50/50 raffle, Karen Folsom won $150 and donated her half back to PLT raising in total $300! Cindy Miller's handmade quilt raffle was won by Robin Will and raised another $300 for PLT! Congratulations to Dr. Nominations for 2014 Florida PLT Awards are due May 31st! Congratulations to our 2013 Business Partner of the Year, RockTenn. Save the date for our next PLT Professional Development Conference Our annual conference will be held on Nov. 14-16th at Brooker Creek Preserve EE Center in Tarpon Springs. Calendar See the listing of our Project Learning Tree workshops. Stay Connected Thanks to Our Partners! Thanks to Our Volunteers PLT volunteers and educators help facilitate teacher training and bring PLT curriculum to Florida's Students. Thanks to Our Sponsors Only with the assistance of our sponsors is Florida PLT able to help reconnect children to the natural world.

Temple College - Home Privacy Policy About Us Careers Prospective Students Programs of Study Admission Partners Staff & Faculty Resources Students FAQs Your browser must support JavaScript to view this content. K-12 Curriculum - Alliance for the Great Lakes Great Lakes in My World K-8 Our elementary/middle school curriculum covers lakes, sand dunes, wetlands, human communities, history and geology. The 480-page book includes 80 lesson plans, assessment rubrics, student journal pages, Creature Cards featuring 66 Great Lakes plants and animals, and a CD with additional resources. Cost: $50. Great Lakes in My World 9-12 Our high school curriculum focuses on Great Lakes coastal habitats. Cost: $35. Standards Alignment Great Lakes in My World activities align with Next Generation Science and Common Core standards. Questions?

ICEE: Indiana Council for Economic Education (Purdue University) About The Energy, Economics, and the Environment (EEE) Curriculum ICEE, through the support of Indiana Michigan Power, offers workshops each summer on the important Energy, Economics, and the Environment (EEE) curriculum, originally developed by the Indiana Department of Education. This newly revised curriculum offers basic information on key topics such as water and forest resources, renewable and non renewable energy sources, solid waste, and global warming. The curriculum at each level revolves around age-appropriate case studies, which help students apply sound economic reasoning to important energy and environmental issues. High School EEE Curriculum Topics covered are water, forest, and renewable energy resources, and global warming. Middle School EEE Curriculum There is no revised middle school EEE curriculum, however, the four case studies from the original, out of print curriculum have been revised and are available below. Elementary EEE Curriculum To Order

Free Technology for Teachers Professional Development | Environmental Education | Florida DEP The Office of Environmental Education is a proud provider of high quality teacher resource opportunities in the field of environmental education and supports other reputable programs that are good models for science education. The OEE strives to provide teachers with relevant opportunities and serve as a source of information on professional development opportunities within the state. Professional development workshops for charter school teachers The Office of Environmental Education has partnered with the Florida Department of Education's Office of Independent Education and Parental Choice to offer FREE environmental, science and technology based professional development workshops around the state specifically for charter school teachers. Table Key: WET: Project WET ( PLT: Project Learning Tree ( WILD/Aq. LIFE Summer Institutes Top Other Teacher Workshop Opportunities in Florida State and National Conferences

Biotech Partners Trunks & Kits - WCEE Library | UWSP Are you looking for hands-on on teaching resources for a specific topic? There is an amazing array of educational trunks and kits available to educators. Many of these trunks can be borrowed for a few weeks at a time and contain fun hands-on props, posters, puppets, and activity guides. Click on the item you are interested in to learn how you can borrow one for your classroom, club, or nature center today. Bat Trunks (K-6) Educators may check out one of Wisconsin's bat educational trunks for use in the classroom free of charge. Request this kit Bat Trunk (7-12) This trunk is provided by Project EduBat and is designed to help educators explore the wonders of bats with middle and high school students through fun, hands-on activities. BioBlitz Kit Series The BioBlitz Kit Series provides hands-on resources to enhance outdoor teaching activities. Request this kit Bird Monitoring Kit Request this kit Edible Forest Reference Kit Request this kit Energy Trunk Request this kit Enviroscape Request this kit

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