1. In Greening School Gounds, readers will find ideas for numerous schooyard projects, from tree nurseries to school composting to native-plant gardens, along with ideas for enhancing learning by addressing the diverse needs of students. More than a dozen schoolyard habitat and garden options are...
  2. Children learn the most when they are actively "doing," and this makes gardening an ideal subject to be teaching at school. A new garden brings a schoolyard to life and gives teachers and students a whole new perspective on learning.
  3. The OUTREACH Learning-by-Doing leaflets have been especially designed for middle school and high school teachers in Third World countries. The Learning-by-Doing leaflets, as the name implies, include a variety of hands-on activities designed to foster the most pressing health and environmental...
  4. The OUTREACH Learning-by-Doing leaflets have been especially designed for middle school and high school teachers in Third World countries.The leaflets provide some basic scientific information and the tools of scientific inquiry, which students can use to closely examine technologies being used...
  5. The purpose of this resource manual is to provide primary school teachers with ideas for lessons and activites which can be taught in the school garden.
  6. Directions and activities on starting a school garden.
  7. Florida Agriculture in the Classroom, Inc.'s Gardening for Grades activity booklet was designed to help teachers educate students about the importance of Florida agriculture. The booklet highlights several kinds of school gardens and the resources to create them. Florida produces more fresh...
  8. In the past five to ten years, there has been increasing research of the healing, social, and therapeutic benefits that plants impart to human life. With all of the resultant new information, people have become confused by the many facets of people-plant interactions, including the meaning of...
  9. 2010-04-01 This article is from ECHO Asia Note #5 Across Asia, small institutions such as children's homes play an essentialrole in caring for orphans and other young people at risk. Likewise, hostels (i.e., boarding facilities) provide disadvantaged students with safe places tostay in order to further...
  10. 1996-04-01 4 - 7 years A littered lot in New York’s Alphabet City is transformed into a lush garden by people of the neighborhood. Young Marisol finds a small patch of her own, where she plants a large, flat seed. As it grows up and up, it surprises everyone and becomes the most special plant in the Garden...