New Project Learning Tree Activities - Call for Pilot Testers (grades 3-8)
Good afternoon! National Project Learning Tree is developing a few new environmental education activities, and is seeking classroom pilot testers. Project Learning Tree (PLT) has long been a leader in high quality environmental education curriculum, mainly through seeking input from classroom educators when developing new materials. The goal of the pilot will be to assess grade level appropriateness and usability with students, as well as to gather feedback and suggestions for enrichments, differentiated instruction, and more.
Pilot tests must be completed in April, and are split into 3-5 and 6-8 grade categories. Previous training and familiarity with the PLT materials is not required. If you think you might be interested and available to commit to pilot test one or two activities, please apply by March 8th by completing the Pilot Test Participant Application Form. A small stipend will be available for participants who complete the pilot activity and an online evaluation tool. Feel free to contact myself or Rachel Lang, PLT National Program Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org, if you have any questions.
Renee L Strnad, M.S.
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NC State University - Extension Forestry
NC Project Learning Tree Coordinator
NC Certified Environmental Educator