Interested in incorporating agriculture, natural resources and the environment into your classroom curriculum? Let us help get you started!
Oregon Agriculture in the Classroom is hosting virtual and in-person professional development opportunities to provide educators with ready to implement resources that integrate agriculture in to existing curriculum. Lessons and activities are aligned to Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS), Oregon Common Core Standards (CCSS) and Oregon Social Sciences Standards (OSSS). See our content specific workshop schedule below.
PDU credits available!
Food Sensory, Grades K-12
February 15, 2023 | 3:30 – 5:00 PM (PST)
Learn how taste and smell are interconnected in this fun experiment! Explore new opportunities in the Food Science industry for prospective careers and areas of study.
21 Days of Discovery – Hatching Chicks
February 28, 2023 | 3:30 – 5:00 PM (PST)
Explore embryology in the classroom through hatching chicks! Participants of this workshop will receive an egg incubator and be introduced to curriculum to use with students in providing basic needs for growing chicks through incubation.
Bees, Grades K-12
Explore the anatomical features of honey bees and learn about the process of creating honey. Participants will get the opportunity to talk to a bee keeper and experienced elementary teacher about integrating honey curriculum in their classroom. Upon completion of the workshop, teachers will receive materials to make products of beeswax with their students. Geared towards students in grades K-12.
*Topics are subject to change