Intensive Kitchen Documents – The 2017 Edible Schoolyard Intensive: Farm to School

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

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Our Mission

To promote Edible Education through implementing a whole-child educational model which teaches life skills, academics, citizenship, environmental stewardship, and health in a one-acre garden and kitchen classroom

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A typical kitchen class at the Edible Schoolyard Berkeley is 86 minutes (1 hour and 26 minutes) and is divided into three main parts: the Chef Meeting, At the Table, and Closing Circle. The kitchen classroom has rituals and routines for every kitchen class so students know...

Area: Kitchen
Type: Program Management
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It can be 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
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The rituals and routines that students and teachers follow create a kitchen classroom culture that fosters positive contributions and community.

Area: Kitchen
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Academic standards not only benefit relationships with classroom teachers, funders, and administrators, they also hold the potential to greatly benefit the overall development of your program and enhance the student experience. Chef teachers can incorporate academic...

Area: Cooking Classrooms, Kitchen
Type: Lessons
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In every kitchen class there is a process of dividing up the work to be done between students. This process can set the tone for the remainder of the class so it is important to make sure that students feel heard and respected through the process. Our goal is for the students...

Area: Kitchen
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In every class we start the small-group component with a check-in. This check-in serves to remind all students, teachers, and volunteers of each others’ names, and to give everyone an opportunity to speak and listen to one another. The check-in should be...

Area: Cooking Classrooms, Kitchen
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Each of these questions is hand-written on an index card and laminated. The cards are used at the table to encourage conversation and communication among the group.

Area: Kitchen
Type: Lessons
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Knife skills are at the foundation of every student's experience in the Edible Schoolyard kitchen classroom. Before students touch knives in the kitchen, they participate in a...

Area: Kitchen
Type: Program Management
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This resource contains a general description of the Edible Schoolyard Berkeley's Family Nights Out program, as well as an example of the registration form and post-survey we give to participants.

Area: Kitchen
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