Now, more than ever, anyone who engages with youth needs to know how to orient their work using a trauma-informed lens and get practical hands-on coaching so that they can apply these concepts in real life.
This course is sure to answer questions you may have about “trauma-informed” work, and help guide you towards establishing a truly safe and empowered classroom for all.
Anne's path in garden education has wound through studies at the University of Oregon, service in Peace Corps Panama as a Permaculture volunteer, time teaching in San Francisco Unified, and non-profit educational work. With her passion for gardening, cooking, the natural world, and social justice, empowering educators to take their students outside to learn has become a personal mission. Anne is also the Garden and Wellness Educator at Alexander Valley School where she integrates science curriculum with organic gardening practices and food literacy education. She envisions an education system that integrates whole child concepts through authentic, inquiry led, project-based learning so that our youth have the skills and opportunities to self-actualize in an increasingly hectic and yet isolating society.