Many horticultural Extension professionals conduct numerous consulting phone calls, emails, office visits, and site visits to solve landscape-related problems and concerns. These individual teaching methods are valuable to clients, but can be challenging to evaluate. The goal of this webinar is to present strategies for measuring behavior change as a result of landscape site visits and individual consultations in Extension programming.
The speaker will present participants with an overview of suggested strategies. Participants will have the opportunity to share additional methods used in their individual programs and will play a role in planning for future trainings on this topic.
Overview of the Webinar:
Through a blend of instruction and experiential learning in a healthcare setting, adult ESL students in Literacy Network’s award winning English for Health program learn how to access and use healthcare.
Best suited to participants that work with adult literacy and ESL students, this presentation will provide an in-depth description of the replicable 12-week course that provides adult English language learners hands-on practice to improve their English language ability, knowledge of healthcare practices and their efficacy in making and communicating good decisions regarding their health care.Attendees will learn how the program prepares adult language learners to:
Participants will learn:
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Check out this interview: http://youtu.be/ncIYzf00MF0
(30 mins presentation, 15 mins questions)
April 16th Using Participatory Design to Build & Enhance Community Gardens
Abbey Piner, MHS, Participatory designer + Permaculture designer
This webinar will introduce the concept of participatory design as a tool in designing or re-designing community gardens as well as for group decision making for community garden management. Participants will leave the webinar with examples of ways that participatory design has been useful in existing community gardens, a sense of some occasions when participatory design activities are particularly useful, and a list of resources helpful in planning participatory activities for community garden groups.
May 21st Friendship Gardens, Plots to Thicken Community. Learn how a network of school, faith, therapy, & community gardens work together to grow food for meals on wheels.
Henry Owen, Program Director, Friendship Gardens, Charlotte, NC
June 25th garden networks and donating produce
Susan Sides, Diana McCall, Adam Bigelow; Western Alliance for Gardens That Give
No Registration Required.
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These sessions are hosted by The Cooperative Extension Program at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University and the North Carolina Community Garden Partners.
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