Academy Garden Documents – The 2017 Edible Schoolyard Academy

This library contains all the resources and take-home documents that were provided to the 2017 Edible Schoolyard Academy participants to support their learning and adaptation to their home site.

Resources

One of the most exciting aspects of designing a structure or open space is thinking about the user experience, in this case our students. We believe there is an interplay between what you build and why you build it and how the students will interact with it. In the...

Area: Garden
Type: Program Management
Rating:
5

This map provides a snapshot of the garden layout in Summer 2017.

This resource was included as part of the Edible Schoolyard Project Academy Training.

Area: Garden
Type: Program Management
Rating:
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This resource contains four signs, each one illustrating a different method of conserving water in the garden.

Area: Garden
Type: Lessons
Rating:
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If a student is stung by a bee or has an allergic reaction to nuts:

FIRST:

  1. If possible, bring student to the ESY office or move to a quiet place. A staff member needs to stay with the student until...

Area: Garden
Type: Program Management
Rating:
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This letter was sent to the King Middle School community to address potential questions and concerns with having a bee hive in the Edible Schoolyard Berkeley garden.

Area: Garden
Type: Community Outreach
Rating:
0

The scope and sequence for 6th grade garden classes outlines the order and high level information for our 6th grade garden curriculum.

This resource was included as part of the Edible Schoolyard...

Area: Garden
Type: Lessons
Rating:
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The scope and sequence for 7th grade garden classes outlines the order and high level information for our 7th grade garden curriculum.

Area: Garden
Type: Lessons
Rating:
0

The scope and sequence for 8th grade garden classes outlines the order and high level information for our 8th grade garden curriculum.

Area: Garden
Type: Lessons
Rating:
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A typical garden class with sixth graders at the Edible Schoolyard is 86 minutes (1 hour and 26 minutes) and is divided into three main parts: Opening Circle, In the Field (work time), and Closing Circle. In the garden, we have integrated rituals and routines into every...

Area: Garden
Type: Program Management
Rating:
0

The rituals and routines that students and teachers follow create a responsive garden classroom environment that fosters access for all students.

Area: Garden
Type: Program Management
Rating:
0