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Revisiting Garden-Based Learning in Basic Education








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    Revisiting garden-based learning in basic education: 2004
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    This publication presents the results of specific evaluations of selected garden-based programmes around the world. It traces the history of garden-based learning, describing the philosophy and underlying theoretical framework of the approach. The aim of this review is stimulating critical reflection and create an international dialogue that will contribute to the creation of sustainable communities.
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    Garden-Based Learning for Improved Livelihoods and Nutrition Security of School Children in High HIV-Prevalence Areas in Southern Africa
    WORKSHOP REPORT PART I - II
    2007
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    School gardening is not a new concept, but it is ready for a new image, new directions and new values. It is currently experiencing a revival in the southern African region, where many children have been orphaned by AIDS. School gardens have the potential to strengthen school children’s knowledge and skills in food production and nutrition and to improve their nutrition security and livelihood prospects in the long term, both directly and through their influence on home gardens, home c ooking and family understanding of nutrition needs. Junior Farmer Field and Life Schools (JFFLS) are also emerging as an effective tool in several countries to address the learning and livelihood needs of out-ofschool youth as future farmers.
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    SCHOOL GARDENS CONCEPT NOTE 2004
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    In most developing countries there are school gardens, the best examples of which are usually the result of community-led initiatives or the dedication of particular teachers.Carefully designed, comprehensive national programmes and guidelines, which leave ample room for local adaptation and the full engagement of local communities, are an important basis to realize the full potential of school gardens.

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