While today’s educators face their own unique challenges, there has never been a better time to be teaching STEM subjects. (Read the whole post: http://blog.brightagrotech.com/the-top-7-reasons-to-start-a-classroom-garden)
Public opinion, movements like the local farming and urban ag movements, and a burst in agricultural innovation are colliding to create the perfect environment for STEM and other learning.
To harness the power of these changes, educators need teaching tools that will serve them. Classroom gardens are one such tool. Starting a garden has never been an easy task; educators have to pitch the idea to decision makers, raise funds, and juggle tasks like maintenance and set-up. New tools and resources, however, are making this process easier.
For instance, indoor hydroponic systems give educators more freedom in aspects like mobility, maintenance, and participation.
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