The Edible Schoolyard Berkeley Instructional Videos

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It can be super overwhelming to set up a kitchen classroom. How many pots? How many spoons? How will the students move around the room? In this video, our very own Ms. Cook breaks down the systems and organization of the kitchen classroom. Don't forget to check out the...

Area: Kitchen
Type: Program Management
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We built our outdoor kitchen 18 years into the program and couldn't believe the changes it made. We turned a dark and unused corner of the space into a structure that gets used every class. Let Mr. Nick talk you through the different considerations we made. When you'...

Area: Cooking Classrooms, Garden, Kitchen
Type: Program Management
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Watch this video highlighting the principles that drive the Edible Schoolyard program and see students in action!

 

Area: Garden, Kitchen, Support Organization
Type: Program Management
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At the Edible Schoolyard Berkeley, our compost pile is called "Compost Row." Compost Row is a free-standing pile method consisting of layered browns and greens. Science students at King add air to the compost by turning the piles across compost row until they have...

Area: Garden
Type: Other
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5

The presence of chickens and ducks in the Edible Schoolyard program has fostered nurturing amongst the student body and added tremendously to student buy-in. In this short video, garden teacher Jason Uribe outlines what you need to know to create a safe and...

Area: Garden
Type: Program Management
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Working with tools is an essential aspect of every student’s experience at the Edible Schoolyard. Students are introduced to tool safety in their classrooms before they come out to the garden, and then they are given a tool shed orientation during their first garden...

Area: Farm-Based
Type: Program Management
Rating:
5