Check back soon for Upper GLSI sponsored professional development opportunities coming spring 2019!
The following programs may offer additional opportunities for PBE educators:
The Community Action and Problem Solving Process is a six-step model that combines the best of civic engagement, environmental education, and STEM. Youth work together through educator facilitation to design and implement a project to explore root causes and address a policy or practice related to the environmental issue that they identify in their community. Earth Force’s focus on civic engagement helps learners to become active participants in their communities by conducting balanced research, building strong community partnerships, and making decisions as a democratic group.
Project Learning Tree’s awarding-winning, multi-disciplinary curriculum resources teach students how to think, not what to think. PLT develops critical thinking, problem solving, and effective decision-making skills. Independent evaluators confirm PLT increases students’ knowledge, reasoning, and academic skills. Join the 650,000 educators across the country who use PLT’s flexible materials to bring the environment into their classrooms—and their students into the environment.
Project Wet: Water Education Portal
The mission of Project WET is to reach children, parents, educators, and communities of the world with water education. We invite you to join us in educating children about the most precious resource on the planet — water.
Fostering responsible action towards wildlife and natural resources.