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New York Agriculture in the Classroom


Educator Workshops

Agriculture in the Classroom Curriculum Trainings


Learn how to connect your existing curriculum with agriculture and infuse food and garden concepts into your lessons. Utilizing high-quality, hands-on agriculture lessons from across the country, these trainings will allow teachers to experience learning through agriculture and why it positively impacts student learning.

Trainings include:
  • CTLE professional development credit hours
  • Agriculturally accurate books for your classroom library
  • An experiential-learning based model for delivery
  • Kits, resources, and tools to teach the lessons
Your workshop may include one or more of the following lessons:

Upcoming Workshops

Aquaculture: Going Below the Surface
Widow's Hole Oyster Farm
October 4, 2022
3:00-5:00 pm
Grade 2 – 12 Teachers
No Cost

The two-hour virtual professional development will help educators understand how aquatic ecosystems can be changed over time and how humans can depend on these ecosystems as a protein source. Through the experience, educators will tour a Long Island fish market, develop their teacher network, identify resources for their classrooms, gain an understanding of the concepts of ecosystem rehabilitation, and learn about food safety and industry standards while cooking along with a chef. The development will conclude with a STEM experience that can be applied and modified for all grades. Two hours of CTLE credits will be available.

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