PLT

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PLTPlatelets
PLTPlatoon
PLTPilot
PLTPrinciples of Teaching
PLTPlatinum (American Airlines Advantage Program)
PLTPlate
PLTPage Load Time
PLTProject Learning Tree
PLTProcedure Linkage Table
PLTPallet
PLTProgramming Language Theory
PLTPractical Legal Training
PLTProduction Logging Tool (oil exploration)
PLTPatent Law Treaty
PLTProduction Lead Time
PLTProgram List Table
PLTPlotter File
PLTPrivate Line Telecommunications
PLTPci Latency Timer
PLTPanel Link Transmitter
PLTPrimary Latency Timer
PLTPower Line Transmission
PLTPre Linked Transfer
PLTPower Line Technology
PLTPalette File
PLTProfessional Learning Team
PLTProduction Line Testing
PLTProcurement Lead Time
PLTPower Line Telecommunications
PLTPlaintiff
PLTProtected Learning Time (healthcare; UK)
PLTPhotonic Laser Thruster (space technology)
PLTProgram List Table (computing)
PLTProduction Lot Testing
PLTProject Leader Training (various locations)
PLTPolar Layered Terrain (Mars)
PLTPractice Learning Team (various locations)
PLTPersistent Lookup Table (computing)
PLTPayload Type
PLTPast Life Therapist
PLTPrimary Lead Teacher (education)
PLTPretty Little Thing
PLTPen-Based Learning Technologies (International Workshop)
PLTLead Lanthanum Titanate
PLTPrivate Line Telecommunications Circuit
PLTProgram Lead Time
PLTprimed lymphocyte typing
PLTPost Launch Testing
PLTPrimed Lymphocyte Test
PLTPeer Leadership Team
PLTProgram Library Tape
PLTPassive Link Tap (SAIC)
PLTPower Line Telephony
PLTPartnership Liaison Team
PLTPlanning and Liaison Team
PLTPassive Link 11 Tap (SAIC)
PLTParallel Line Theorem
PLTPhotonic Layer Technologies (Sprint)
PLTPublications Liaison Team
PLTProduction Log Tool
PLTPortsmouth Little Theatre (Portsmouth, OH)
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Project Learning Tree (PLT): Topics addressed by Project Learning Tree range from forests, wildlife and water, to community planning, waste management and energy.
New grant recipients include the California Community Forest Foundation, North Carolina State University's College of Natural Resources, Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, Indiana Project Learning Tree, Alabama Forestry Assn.
They use activities from Project Learning Tree and other guidebooks for outdoor activities to teach such concepts as plants, animals, insects, habitats, growth and change, and the seasons.
That's where Washington-based Project Learning Tree (PLT) comes in.
Through Project Learning Tree program, the Albany City School District will help make the state capitol a prototype "adopt-a-city" for other communities preparing young people to face a variety of environmental issues; New York City schools will study Catskill watershed issues and the conflict between the city's need for affordable clean water and the Catskill community's need for economic stability; and the Waterman Center in Binghamton, New York, will receive help with its hands-on environmental program for elementary school children.
Growing Champion Classrooms materials will be available to teachers who complete the professional development workshops associated with Project Learning Tree provided by the Arkansas Forestry Association, and Arkansas IDEAS (Internet Delivered Education for Arkansas Schools) provided by the Arkansas Educational Television Network.
Students were also certified in a number of nationally recognized EE curricula, including Project Wildlife in Learning Design (WILD)/Aquatic WILD (Council for Environmental Education [CEE], 2000, 2001) and Project Learning Tree (American Forest Foundation [AFF], 2000).
Secondary-level students can learn how they are connected to forest ecosystems around the world through a new curriculum module developed by Project Learning Tree, the environmental education program of the American Forest Foundation, in partnership with the World Forestry Center, a nonprofit organization committed to promoting sustainable forestry through education and research.
All of the Project WILD workshops, as well as Project WET (Water Education for Teachers) and Project Learning Tree (which rises forests as a "window" into the natural world), are offered year-round across the state by request.
Environmental education is just beginning to tap the potential of the virtual classroom, with courses offered by University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, Project Learning Tree, and others.
of Warren as Communicator of the Year; Richard Shields of Arkadelphia as Logger of the Year; Laura Ewing of Harriet as Tree Farmer of the Year; and Heidi Campbell of Little Rock as Outstanding Project Learning Tree Educator.
Leaders familiar with Project Learning Tree, Project Wild, and/or Nature Scope materials will find the activities presented in Science Is.