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Garden Educator Network Virtual Event

March 10 @ 2:00 pm - 3:15 pm

Free

Gardening With Students During Covid-19:

Hear from 2 local teachers sharing how they continued garden-based learning virtually last spring and in-person this fall. Come with your Covid-19 related questions and concerns. There will be time for Q&A and general resource and idea sharing. Contact denise to get a Google Meet event link. We realize there are varying schedules across schools and school districts, so we will be recording this event. If you cannot attend and have a question you would like to see answered during the event, please email denise

Presenters:

Emily Sample, Behavior Intervention Assistant, StepUp in Redmond
About the school: StepUp supports students through a trauma-informed lens in their growth of social and emotional skills, while helping ready them for being successful on their home campuses. They also have a youth transition program that services ages 18-21.

Lauren Rhoderick, Art Teacher & Garden Coordinator, Powell Butte Community Charter School
About the school: PBCCS is committed to engaging students in meaningful and relevant local issues.  We strive to provide a variety of outdoor educational opportunities and to collaborate with local business partners.  PBCCS curriculum is specifically designed to promote inquiry, exploration and expeditionary learning.

Agenda Outline:

2:00 Welcome! Quick intro in the chat, group polls
2:05 – Share agenda, intro presenters and topic
2:10 – Gardening with students virtually, with Emily Sample, StepUp
2:25 – Gardening with students in person, with Lauren Rhoderick, Powell Butte Community Charter School
2:40 – Q&A for our speakers
2:55 – Open space for resource sharing, and general group questions
3:10 – Announcements, wrap up

 

 

Details

Date:
March 10
Time:
2:00 pm - 3:15 pm
Cost:
Free
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Organizer

Denise Rowcroft, The Environmental Center
Phone:
541.385.6908 x14
Email:
Website:
www.envirocenter.org