Webinar Archive How To Structure Impactful School Garden Professional Development –June 21, 2023 From full day workshops to short mini trainings, there are many ways to provide in-person professional development to teachers and educators so that they can confidently conduct garden-based education. This webinar dives into two methods: professional
Webinar Archive Decolonizing Garden Education – February 15, 2023 The global Covid-19 pandemic created multiple challenges and tragedies and changed the way many of us operate professionally and personally. It also highlighted the importance of being outdoors and learning from the land. It forced us in garden education to rethink
Webinar Archive Music in the Garden – January 18, 2023 This webinar demonstrates how to incorporate multi-sensory musical experiences into your school garden curriculum. Symon Hajjar of Hot Toast Music Co. shares songs and lesson ideas, and facilitates discussion about how to take advantage of the integrated learning opportunities found
Webinar Archive A Replicable Teacher Professional Development Framework for Your SGSO – NOVEMBER 18, 2022 Learn about a replicable teacher professional development framework for a webinar series designed to help school garden educators build gardening confidence, foster collaboration among leaders, and strengthen garden programs for long-term success. Members of the newly
Webinar Archive GROWING SCHOOL GARDEN SUMMIT LIGHTNING TALKS – October 19, 2022 This facilitated hour-long session consisting of 5-minute Lighting Talks from a variety of school garden professionals. All of these presentations were featured at the Growing School Gardens Summit in April 2022. After each talk, reflection questions are shared to
Webinar Archive GROW & PRESERVE FOOD USING NGSS/STEAM – SEPTEMBER 19, 2022 Join Hope Sickmeier of Southern Boone County Elementary in Ashland, MO to learn how schools teach STEAM & NGSS and preserve food in the 21st century. Hope shares ideas on how to use STEAM in the garden to enhance
In this Webinar, we will share a roadmap for developing an exceptional lesson sequence and highlight promising practices and stellar examples from SGSOs across the country along the way.
What is Culturally Responsive-Sustaining Education (CRSE), and how can we apply this CRSE approach in school garden education? In this presentation, originally delivered as part of the 2021 SGSO Leadership Institute, Denita White, Manager of Equity Content for Tulsa Public Schools, shares a CRSE framework, shows examples from real students and teachers, and then invites participants to consider how this lens could be applied to their work.
Discover strategies for supporting English Language Learners in understanding and engaging fully in garden education activities.