CoursesOutdoor ClassroomsDesigning an Outdoor Classroom Welcome 3 A Welcome Message For You Lecture1.1 Online Classroom 01 min Lecture1.2 Welcome Center 30 min Lecture1.3 How this Course Works 30 min Module 1 5 Getting Started Lecture2.1 1-0 Welcome to Module One 01 min Lecture2.2 1-1: Purpose 01 min Lecture2.3 1-2: Foundation 01 min Lecture2.4 1-3: Clarity 01 min Lecture2.5 Seeds of Inspiration: Case Study 01 min Module 2 5 Design Options Lecture3.1 2-0: Welcome to Module 2 01 min Lecture3.2 2-1: Basic Garden Elements 01 min Lecture3.3 2-2: Theme Gardens 01 min Lecture3.4 Seeds of Inspiration: Case Study Tour 01 min Lecture3.5 2-3: Challenges & Possibilities 01 min Module 3 6 Sustainability Lecture4.1 3-0: Welcome to Module Three 01 min Lecture4.2 3-1: Behind the Scenes 01 min Lecture4.3 Seeds of Inspiration: Case Study Interview 01 min Lecture4.4 3-2: Master Plan 01 min Lecture4.5 Seeds of Inspiration Case Study Tour 01 min Lecture4.6 3-3: Certify Your Wildlife Habitat 01 min This content is protected, please login and enroll course to view this content! Prev 3-0: Welcome to Module Three Next Seeds of Inspiration: Case Study Interview 8 Comments wecrazy6 May 12, 2018 Log in to Reply Love all the ideas of implementing ideas. Michelle Morse ,East Bridgewater, Ma Victoria Hackett May 12, 2018 Log in to Reply Yea!!! Planting seeds of inspiration! wecrazy6 May 12, 2018 Log in to Reply The children were so excited to plant our garden. They love the investigation kits. They used to investigate bugs and also used notebook to have a restaurant . Michelle Morse ,East Bridgewater, Ma Victoria Hackett May 12, 2018 Log in to Reply Sounds great! I love observing the children’s wonder when you change the environment. chantal.cool April 18, 2018 Log in to Reply My mission is as simple as getting students excited about nature! I am so pumped about going back to school and getting people involved in this new project. I’m thinking of planning a staff meeting to see who would be interested in helping out and also a school assembly to get the word out to the students before the end of this school year so they are excited to come back to school this fall. I’d also like to send a letter home and maybe flyers in the community to see if we could get some help (volunteers, donations, etc.) We also have a newsletter that goes out every month so I could write a little paragraph about our “outdoor classroom” project. Finally, I spoke to our tech teacher last week and he said he would like to help by building a storage shed with his students. I also talked to him about a “gathering spot” and gave him a few ideas and he was very excited and said that he was going to think about what he could have the kids build. I know I don’t have pictures of anything right now, being on mat leave and all but I’m documenting everything in my binder for now. I feel like I have 2 projects on the go at the same time because as soon as the snow melts, I also have big plans for my yard!!! Victoria Hackett April 18, 2018 Log in to Reply I am so excited for you!! Love the energy! Love how you are getting your community involved too! Think about creating a “garden stewards team” that is intergenerational. Get the kids on board to help with the planning. A few leaders in the group will make a huge difference. Write all your ideas down…as that is the first step to making it all happen. Love, love, love your energy! sharoncoop April 16, 2018 Log in to Reply We have classroom and school online blogs as well as social media sites to help document our activities and growth. As we build out our new nature school, we will document it and share! Victoria Hackett April 16, 2018 Log in to Reply You also have the outdoor-classroom.com community! Can’t wait to see your developments. Leave A Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.