Since last spring we’ve seen innumerable examples of how educators have adapted their teaching practices in light of the unique challenges posed by Covid-19. As temperatures get colder and many school gardens are put to bed for the winter months additional adjustments will likely be needed to continue providing garden- and food-based learning opportunities to students. In this Virtual Gathering we will share creative ideas for tackling winter programming during Covid-19 whether you’re engaged in remote, hybrid, or in-person learning.
The presentation will be facilitated by Christine Gall, Program Director, KidsGardening
Christine has been immersed in the world of agriculture and food-based learning for over a decade, from farming in Vermont to cooking with elementary-aged youth in Maine. She currently works for KidsGardening, a nonprofit dedicated to supporting youth garden programs across the country.
This "virtual gathering" will start by reviewing relevant resources, then we'll hear from various SGSOSs. We invite your SGSO to briefly share on the topic. If you'd like to share during this gathering or have specific questions for us to address, please indicate them in the registration process.
We plan for about 45 minutes of structured share outs followed by ample time for discussion and Q & A.
NOTE: We do recognize this registration form asks many questions. We appreciate you sharing prior to our gathering. We will use your input to create a more informative presentation.