April 2, 2013
by Katie Bigness
New York Agriculture in the Classroom is offering a FREE Food, Land and People workshop.
Food, Land and People (FLP) is a national curriculum, tested by teachers and students. FLP education students, teachers, and citizens about the interrelationships between food, resources, and people. It is a collection of 55 lessons aligned to NYS and Common Core Learning Standards for grades Pre-K through 12th with lessons reach across multiple disciplines and subject areas.
Teachers at Chateaugay Central School participate in a FLP activity in a Fall 2012.
Details of the 2-part training are as follows:
Dates: Monday, April 8th and 15th
Time: 6 pm to 8:30 pm
Locations: Cornell University, Syracuse, Fredonia, Mt. Morris (Livingston County), Cobleskill (SUNY Cobleskill)
Who: Teachers, Volunteers, Farmers, and anyone who is interested in teaching about agriculture, gardens, and our food systems.
Participants in this training will receive a CD with all 55 lessons (a $45 value), 5 hours of professional development credit, NYS and Common Core Learning Standards and additional NY Ag in the Classroom resources.
Register soon! To register for this event at a site near you, please see the Promo Flyer 2013 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.