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Garden Design for Teaching

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Garden Design for Teaching

Liana Harden, Faculty Research Assistant
OSU Extension, Columbia County
Liana.Harden@oregonstate.edu
503-397-3462



Half of what you will
accomplish in a day will be
determined before you
leave home.

Three quarters of what you
achieve will be determined
before you enter the
classroom door.

-- Harry Wong
Social Bonding

Critical Thinking

Engaged Behavior

Garden design
can support a student's...
Safety

Large class size

Instruction time

Student behavior
Common challenges:
What is
your biggest
challenge with
students?
Gaia's Garden by Toby Hemenway
http://www.flickr.com/photos/davidonformosa/5186841217/
http://www.terranovalandscaping.com/blog/page/2/
Keyhole

www.arteengarden.com
http://gardeningmath.blogspot.com/2008/03/garden-shapes.html

Shapes
Rows & Squares
Circle
Wondering Path
Heights
Flow
& Pathways
What is the best route?
What is the distance to the garden?
How are you telling them where to walk?
How are you helping them transition?
Gaia's Garden by Toby Hemenway
http://www.almanac.com/vegetable-garden-planning-for-beginners
www.arteengarden.com
http://www.thefoodparkproject.com/?page_id=244
http://www.stonecirclefarm.com/articles/three-sisters.html

Can you see all the students?
Where can students hide in the garden?
Where do we want students to hide?
Can plant heigh impact engagment?
Can height impact class management?
Heights
www.arteengarden.com
Brainstorming
Resources
Brainstorming
Resources
Brainstorming
Resources
Waste for Compost
Culture & Langurage
Culinary
& Medicinal
Science Lessons
Community
Animal
Food
Nutrition
Rabbit
Manure
Rain Water
Volunteers
Trellis
Mulch
Sunlight
Warmth

What is here?

What will nature permit us to do?

What will nature help us do?

-- Wendell Berry
Garden Features
Garden Features
Our Kids Village
http://nolagreenroots.org/projects/view_project.php?project_id=485
Garden
Features
http://schoolgardenproject.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/ccm.pdf
http://library.oregonmetro.gov/files/compost_bin_plans.pdf
Overview
Flow, Shape, & Height
Brainstorming
Garden Features

Garden
Features
http://djcoregon.com/news/2010/03/30/green-schools-designed-to-catch-students-eyes/
Brainstorming
Resources
Review your curriculum and state standards!


http://www.ode.state.or.us/home/
Thank you!
What other design challenges have you experienced?
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