Kellie Tanner of Rundle Elementary School and Melissa Bailey of Marc Kahre Elementary School talk about how to use a school garden as a positive behavioral tool.
Green Our Planet runs the largest school garden and hydroponics program in the United States. School gardens are used as natural laboratories so that students in preK-12th grade can learn about STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art and math), nutrition and conservation through project-based learning.
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Students at Spectra Secondary School are taught how to grow and harvest their own plants. Sounds a lot more fun than algebra.
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