We train educators, gardeners, chefs, and advocates from all over the world to seed and grow edible education in their schools, cafeterias, and communities. Join us to learn and share teaching strategies for adapting edible education to distance learning.
Cooking with Curiosity Trainings
This session will introduce the Cooking with Curiosity: Challenging Perfection with Reflection curriculum and explore the core learning strategy of reflection. Edible Ed at Home co-designers Raquel Vigil and Nick Lee will share their vision for how reflection activities can help students build their self-efficacy. Participants will leave with a greater understanding of how to teach and use Cooking with Curiosity lessons. Participants will also have the opportunity to discuss and share their practices around reflection and building student self-belief.
Summer Training at Home
Summer Training at Home was a multi-month summer program of online training and professional development sessions for the field of edible education. The program consisted of a four-part workshop series on adapting edible education to remote and home learning. All sessions were offered at no cost. You can now view the condensed recording of each workshop in the archive below.
Adapting Edible Education to Remote and Home Learning
This workshop series focused on adapting curriculum and instructional strategies to support students through rich, experiential learning that can take place at home. While the workshops are focused on designing for distance learning, the lessons within are valuable for all educators seeking to create student-centered learning experiences.
Edible education typically takes place during in-person, hands-on classes. This workshop highlights curriculum design strategies for adapting edible education to distance learning and supports participants to begin planning new lessons.
Gardening and cooking have rich connections with every academic subject. This workshop outlines approaches for building rich cross-curricular lessons through studies of food.
Distance learning requires different approaches to instruction than classroom (or kitchen and garden) based learning. Participants in this workshop will learn a variety of instructional strategies for distance learning and identify the ones that fit their teaching style best.
Distance and home learning do not have to be limited to virtual experiences. This workshop features exciting examples of blended learning that support students in learning offline and engaging with the world around them.