Professional Learning at the Arboretum
The Dallas Arboretum provides tear-round CPE credit opportunities for educators who want to get outside of the classroom and soak in knowledge to be passed along.
The Arboretum isn’t just the perfect field trip for students and the best floral display in Dallas, but it is also the ideal location to get TEA-approved Continuing Professional Education (CPE) credit if you’re a teacher! All of our workshops allow educators the opportunity to enjoy learning in Dallas’ most beautiful outdoor classroom in highly-aligned and hands-on workshops. Many workshops are also available at your campus (for groups of fifteen or more). Custom workshops available upon request.
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Participants learn how to implement five hands-on, student-driven investigations and how to apply for PLT’s GreenWorks! Grants.
Expanding Energy Education
In this workshop, our Project E3 Facilitator will model easy to implement, TEKS-aligned classroom activities that guide your K-12 students to explore fossil fuels.
In this interactive workshop, participants will engage in activities about basic avian biology, migratory bird facts, bird identification and environmental issues affecting migratory birds.
Learn, Grow, Eat & Go!
Learn, Grow, Eat & GO! (LGEG) is a research-based curriculum project of the International Junior Master Gardener® Program.
Get Your Garden Growing at Noble Research Institute
This workshop will focus on implementing, maintaining and sustaining a garden in your schoolyard. It is based on Ardmore, Oklahoma.