School Gardens 101 - For Teachers
- 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
- All Ages
Teaching Our Teachers About Gardening
Are you a teacher who is trying to incorporate some fun into your Science Curriculum? Maybe you have some parents or students who are interested in gardening, but you’re not quite sure where to start.
The Linn County Master Gardeners can help! School Gardens 101 is a course taught by the Master Gardeners this summer. The goal: give teachers the content and lesson plans for their Science curriculum, all centered around gardening. Composting, soil types, soil testing and prep, seed starting – it’s all covered in class and during filed trips to the Lowe Park greenhouse and the Hiawatha School Gardens. Course content is appropriate for student is grades K-12.
The course is held on June 12-14 at the Linn County Extension Office, mornings and afternoons. This 15-hours course can count as one hour of re-licensure credit through the Grant Wood AEA. Participants can bring a team of 3-4 teachers form, all grade levels and disciplines or individual teachers can register.
The registration deadline is May 31, 2019.