of educators across Colorado attend one or more of scores of Project WILD, Project Water Education for Teachers (WET), Project Learning Tree (PLT), or Project Food, Land & People (FLP) workshops each year. These workshops (nearly all!
) are planned and conducted by members of an amazing team of volunteer facilitators. These folks are the indispensable 'lifeblood' of WILD, WET, PLT, and FLP.
Who are these people who 'teach the teachers'?
They make their livings in a wide variety of professions, from classroom teachers to nature center naturalists to park rangers. They all tend to have had, and continue to have, direct, hands-on experience using WILD, WET, PLT, or FLP in the teaching they do professionally. They are committed to the methods and activities they have learned through these programs, and, as importantly, they are committed to sharing their experiences and teaching others ways to teach about the natural world.
Could this describe you, too?