QR codes can be a useful tool for facilitating creative and exploratory activities, both in person and remotely. This document outlines the steps for creating QR codes to support your virtual classroom and offers suggestions for which activities QR codes can support.
Sharing a food memory is an activity 6th graders participate in during their very first kitchen lesson. Students complete the food memory worksheet (below) in their homerooms before coming for their first kitchen class.
This document, used at the 2018 Edible Schoolyard Academy, assisted participants to envision the growth of their garden programs as well as consider what assets they could make use of to support their work.
The following is a list of considerations and strategies that have been effective for us in engaging our community. This is not comprehensive or exhaustive, but we hope it offers you some ideas for ways to engage your own communities.
This resource shows how the Edible Schoolyard Project structures one-on-one between managers and employees. These meetings serve to get both people clear about task priorities, any concerns that may be present for the employee or supervisor, and what support might be provided.
This resource, compiled by farmer and Edible Schoolyard Project adviser Wendy Johnson, provides an overview of organizations that advance environmental causes, as well as websites, films, and books that explore ecologically sound growing practices.