Adult Educator Workshops

Due to the Covid-19 virus, both Project Wet and Project Learning Tree workshops have been suspended for 2020. For more information, please contact our office at (919) 552-9421.

Project WET: August 29th
Project Learning Tree: September 12th

ACE’s Adult Educator Workshops are designed to be fun, hands-on, action-packed, and informational for teachers, youth leaders, scout leaders, and any other leaders interested in teaching about natural and built environments.

Agapé trails are open for hiking on your own. Enjoy God’s Creation! Please Stop at the Welcome Center Porch (Box on right side of door) Sign-in and Sign Out there please (use your own pen) Proceed to the parking area at the Woodlands Center Parker Classroom - lower level (open air shelter) Picnic tables and bathrooms open and sanitized daily Trail Maps Available All other buildings are locked - please do not attempt to open doors Enjoy a respite in God’s Creation!!

Project WET workshop is geared toward teachers, scout leaders, and other youth leaders interested in teaching about water.

The goal of Project WET is to facilitate and promote awareness, appreciation, knowledge, and stewardship of North Carolina’s water resources.

This workshop is fun, hands-on, action-packed, and informational. WET is for anyone interested in natural resources and environmental education and is especially useful for public and private school teachers in grades K-8. The workshop offers educators exciting new activities to use in teaching science, math, language arts, social studies, and environmental studies. Each participant will receive a copy of the Project WET Curriculum and Activity Guide.

PLT is an award-winning environmental education program designed for teachers and other educators working with students in pre-kindergarten through grade 12.

This workshop focuses on the activities from the preK-8 activity guide. At the workshop, educators will receive a free PLT Activity Guide that is chock full of interdisciplinary instructional activities that use the forest as a “window” into natural and built environments.

At the workshop, participants will engage in hands-on PLT activities, as well as learn how PLT activities can accomplish existing curricular goals. All PLT activities are correlated to North Carolina’s Basic Education Plan. PLT is also one of the required workshops for individuals working to complete their Environmental Education Certification in the state of North Carolina.