The Slow Food Seattle School Garden Project is hosting a School Garden Workshop with Seattle Public Schools and Seattle Tilth. The event will be at on Saturday, Feb 7, from 8:30am-noon at West Woodland Elementary, 5601 4th Avenue NW (front door is on 3rd Ave NW).
Megan Bang, Assistant Professor at University of Washington College of Education, will be joined by Dan Gallagher, Seattle School District’s Science Program Manager, to explain Common Core and Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS), and discuss how to use school gardens as a tool to engage students in Science and potentially other subject areas.
• There will be time for questions, share ideas, become inspired.
• Small group sessions on teaching methods, gardening skills, and funding opportunities.
• Exhibits from related organizations, including Danny Woo Community Garden, Seattle Department of Neighborhoods, Farmraiser, IslandWood, PCC Natural Markets, Pure Food Kids, and Washington Green Schools will share available resources.
The event is free but space is limited. Please RSVP with Sean McManus at firstname.lastname@example.org , 206-252-0619
We look forward to seeing you!