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 2-2: Theme Gardens Next 2-3: Challenges & Possibilities 9 Comments patricia.alvarez July 11, 2019 Log in to Reply I liked the loose parts – I had not thought about adding those to our space. My son has a rock collection maybe we can incorporate that with some other natural items. wecrazy6 May 6, 2018 Log in to Reply Loved watching the tour of outside classroom. Got good ideas how to implement some ideas. Michelle Morse, East Bridgewater Victoria Hackett May 6, 2018 Log in to Reply What did you like best? I love this outdoor classroom. sharoncoop April 16, 2018 Log in to Reply It is very generous of these educators to share their thoughts, experiences and facility with us. Victoria Hackett April 16, 2018 Log in to Reply One of my favorite programs with the most amazing teachers. Love this interview. sharoncoop April 16, 2018 Log in to Reply We use a rain barrel at our school – the children help water our planters, gardens and pots. They love this “big job”. Rain barrels also allow a teachable moment about where water comes from and how important it is. Victoria Hackett April 16, 2018 Log in to Reply It will be full today in Massachusetts!! Raining! chantal.cool April 14, 2018 Log in to Reply This outdoor space is phenomenal, so many little centers! I love this video, I’m a visual person and this gave me so many new ideas. I love the wind chimes on the drift wood and I think I’m going to steel this idea! I also this that having a “Wonder” box is genius. I can totally see myself hiding little treasures in there for my children to find. The ball ramp is pretty cool as well. I’d like to buy a few different pipes and have my daughter build her own. We could also use it with water! I don’t know if it’s because of our very cold weather but I’ve never seen an outdoor space like that one where I live. Maybe in people’s backyard but I don’t know any school that has an area like that and I hope that what I’m going to build next year with the kids is going to be an inspiration for other teachers! The think I’m most excited about right now is the mud kitchen. My father in law wants to build one for my kids and he sent me the plans yesterday. He is super excited about the project and I’m very grateful for his help because I’m not very good with a hammer haha! My son will be a little too young for it this summer but my daughter will be over the moon. Thank you for all the brilliant ideas Victoria 🙂 Victoria Hackett April 14, 2018 Log in to Reply I love this outdoor space too! I am thrilled that you found it inspiring! You sound like you are on a roll and filled with some fantastic creative energy! Yea! Leave A Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.