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STEM Ed Announcement: Project Learning Tree workshop for O.S.T. Educators

Gini Traub, Regional Environmental Education Coordinator
 Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation
 Parks As Classrooms.  Forests and Parks on Wheels. Project Learning Tree.
 413/584-6788   Gini.Traub@state.ma.us
 Please note - New Cell Phone number:  617/699-2387
 Mailing Address:  c/o Skinner State Park, PO Box 91, Hadley, MA  01035
 Office Location:  Skinner State Park, 20 Skinner State Park Road, Hadley, MA  01035
 website:  http://www.mass.gov/eea/agencies/dcr
 P.L.T. for O.S.T. - Environmental Experiences for Early Childhood and Project
 Learning Tree's classic PreK-8 Curriculum, Saturday, February 27, 9:30 a.m. - 3:30
 p.m., Regatta Point Conference Room, Quinsigamond State Park, 10 North Lake Avenue,
 Worcester, MA
 Oriented toward people who work with PreK-5 , this workshop is perfect for
 out-of-school-time educators.
 Project Learning Tree's "hands-on minds-on" activities engage children in the
 natural world, pique curiosity, build vocabulary, and sharpen thinking.  They
 connect with subjects across the curriculum and are flexible for educators.
 Model, discuss and apply PLT's activities to your teaching situation.  Workshop will
 focus on PreK - Grade 5, but all educators are welcome.
 $35 per person.  Receive PLT's classic PreK-8 curriculum guide and the Early
 Childhood Experiences module with activities and supporting materials.  Collegial
 atmosphere, convenient location with free on-site parking.
 For questions or to pre-register by February 20, please call 413/584-6788 or email
 Project Learning Tree is the environmental education program of the American Forest
 Foundation and is sponsored in Massachusetts by the Department of Conservation and
 Recreation with support from the Massachusetts Forest Alliance.

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