Thursday, October 24, 8:00am-4:30pm
Third Street Center, 520 S. Third Street, Carbondale, CO 81623
now $55 (only had 16 $20 registrations available)
registration includes curriculum guide book, lunch, and light snacks
Instructors: Shawna Crocker and Danielle Ardrey
All K-8th grade educators are invited to participate in this highly active, hands-on session to experience and model several PLT activities in Carbondale, Colorado. Enhance your teaching skills and become comfortable teaching outdoors – in urban, suburban, or rural environments. Receive multi-disciplinary, hands-on lessons aligned with state and national academic standards. Put the materials to use right away in your own classroom, playground, or nature center. The workshop will include planning time to integrate PLT into your curriculum or program. All PLT activities are created with the NGSS lens and include robust content, relevant cross cutting concepts, and science and engineering practices.
Participants will receive a PLT K-8 curriculum guide. Door prizes will include a grade band appropriate NGSS correlated online e-unit and access to PLT Green Schools online training. All participants will receive a certificate of continuing ed hours. Optional 0.5 graduate-level relicensure credit available for $40 from Colorado School of Mines (to be confirmed).
The PLT workshop is co-sponsored by the Northwest Regional Council of the Colorado EE Plan and Wild Rose Education. The cost is subsidized by a grant from the Colorado Alliance for Environmental Education (CAEE).
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