Sharing What You Made
Place of Learning: 
Distance Learning
Kitchen Classroom
Duration: 
15 – 30 Min
Grade Level: 
6 – 8
9 – 12
Contributor

The Edible Schoolyard Project
Berkeley, CA

Summary: 
We want you to share what you are creating with your peers, teacher, or family members. There are a number of different ways you can share your work. This document provides some tips and tricks for completing videos, photo essays, and voice memos for different assignments when prompted by your teacher or a family member.
Student Learning Goals & Objectives: 
  • Practice reflective thinking and responding.
  • Prepare for and participate effectively in a range of conversations.
  • Engage effectively in a range of collaborative discussions (one-on-one, in groups, and teacher-led).
Teacher Notes
  • In this curriculum, we suggest that teachers decide on one sharing platform for their class to use. Read the descriptions in the Sharing Toolkit for Teachers resource and choose the platform best suited to your needs.
  • Some lesson plans are formatted as a fillable PDF so that students can answer the questions and return the document as if it were a worksheet. We recommend testing this functionality with your technology as it varies by device and operating system. If it does not work for you, consider using a google form or having students answer the questions in a new document and submitting their answers to you that way.