COSA Educator Workshops- Early Childhood & Environmental Justice

Hi Everyone,

I am excited to share these upcoming in-person trainings with Project Learning Tree. We are also looking for feedback on our upcoming monthly webinar series- please complete this survey by July 26th to for a chance to win a PLT prize pack with swag and free curriculum of your choosing-

Early Childhood Educator Training
trees-and-me-website.jpg Who: All formal and non-formal early childhood Educators
When: July 25th 8:30am-4pm
Where: Mueller State Park Visitor Center- Divide, CO
What: Join us for a Professional Development Workshop that provides materials and hands on practice with Project Learning Tree’s Trees and Me and Project Wild’s Growing Up Wild. These innovative programs are designed to allow young children to explore, discover, and communicate in expressive ways by integrating nature-based music and movement, literature, art, math, and outdoor play.
Cost: $45 includes complete activity guides for each program, lots of make and takes, detailed instruction for adapting to individual settings, a workshop completion certificate showing four hours of training for each session and fun giveaways. Colorado School of Mines continuing education credit will be available at an additional cost
Environmental Justice Educator Training
EJ-with-PLT.png Who: Middle, High School, and College Educators
When: August 2nd 9am-3pm
Where: CSU Spur, Denver
What: A healthy environment is something that everyone has the right to. This doesn’t mean a healthy environment is available to everyone. Bring Environmental Justice to life in your teaching! Join PLT for this hands-on educator training where you will gain deeper understanding of Environmental Justice, examine the impact of your identity on student learning, and empower students to take action with culturally responsive teaching.
Cost: $25 includes lunch, interpretation services, lesson plans & practice with PLT activities, guest speakers, personal reflection, teambuilding, networking, and resource sharing. Scholarships and travel stipends are available
Register by July 28th-

Danielle Ardrey
Conservation & Youth Education Specialist
Colorado State Forest Service
5060 Campus Delivery, Fort Collins, CO 80523-5060
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Pronouns | She/Her/Hers CSU’s Pronoun Statement)

The mission of the Colorado State Forest Service is to
achieve stewardship of Colorado’s diverse forest environments
for the benefit of present and future generations.

2024 PLT PW early Childhood flyer.pdf

Environmental Justice Educator Training.pdf