Plant Man

After collecting leaves outside, T (third grader) began creating pictures with leaf rubbings. He expanded on the lesson, creating a Plant Man, who saves the universe by keeping plants alive, using his powers of sunshine, water, and soil. This child, who has struggled academically, was using vocabulary words correctly such as "tsunami," "extinction," and "humanity." He was engaged in the hands-on...
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GA PLT Outstanding Educator Nominations Now Being Accepted

Pictured from left to right: Chelsea York, GA PLT Coordinator, Leslie Olig, Euchee Creek Elementary (Outstanding Educator & Organization), Kelly Jo Scott, Georgia Museum of Agriculture and Historic Village (Outstanding Facilitator), Barbara Boler, 2018 GA PLT Chair Each year Georgia PLT recognizes an educator in the field who uses the PLT curriculum with students, teachers, and their...
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J.L. Lomax Scholars are Full STEAM Ahead with Project Learning Tree

Do you know the importance of STEAM in education? STEAM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics, and according to the Georgia Department of Education, STEAM isn’t just an acronym. The website tells us that, “STEAM education is a transformative approach to traditional teaching and learning that fosters creativity and innovative thinking in all...
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