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August 15-19: School Gardens Workshop

Building the classroom connections from the soil to the table. For teachers, administrators, parents, or volunteers who are wanting to start a school garden or evolve their present garden: We will explore regional support networks, curriculum and essential learning requirements, basics of gardening, food safety, small livestock, and the kitchen connection. http://quillisascut.com/farm-school/school-gardens/ ... Full story

Walk in the park

Walk in the park
Good study on the positive influence of doses of nature on ADHD symptoms:   http://jad.sagepub.com/cgi/content/abstract/12/5/402   Full story

How to study

How to study
Study in short blocks of time rather than extended periods. Take frequent breaks when studying. Change locations each time you take a break to help stretch your legs and give you a chance to move about when studying. Have as many experimental learning opportunities as possible, such as lab and studio courses, ... Full story

What is Kinesthetic Learning

Kinesthetic learning is a teaching and learning style in which learning takes place by the student actually carrying out a physical activity, rather than listening to a lecture or merely watching a demonstration. Some people are visual learners, some kinesthetic learners, and some are auditory learners. Students associated with this predominant learning style are thought to be natural discovery learners; ... Full story
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