Students will draft a proposal to the City of Calgary to have their seedlings planted in an urban space and contribute to creating a community garden.
Through the lens of interdisciplinary learning we created activities to centre around fostering a community of learning, accessing experts in several fields, and engaging the student through meaningful products. We connect plant growth and healthy living habits alongside sustainability and a sense of connection and responsibility to the environment. Holistically, we engaged Indigenous pedagogy by focusing on the development of the student intellectually, physically, spiritually, and emotionally.
Differentiation and Connection to Technology
Technology and Community Connection: