University of Tasmania
Browse

File(s) under embargo

Reason: This is a private report output for the funding body (Material Institute)

10

month(s)

12

day(s)

until file(s) become available

Clarendon Vale Kitchen Garden Program Evaluation 2021-2024 Progress Report 2

report
posted on 2024-01-11, 22:50 authored by Abbey MacDonaldAbbey MacDonald, Susan KilpatrickSusan Kilpatrick, Iris DuhnIris Duhn, Sarah Castle

Since 2016, a private philanthropic funder and MONA 24 Carrot Project have conducted the Kitchen Garden Program (KGP) at a school which follows the national Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden model. The multi-dimensional program offers opportunities for students, and parents and carers to work with kitchen garden program staff in learning about growing, harvesting, preparing and cooking skills. The program also provides alternate learning opportunities for students identified as requiring specialised learning opportunities. In 2020 plans were put in place to expand the program through providing additional resources and new infrastructure to support the introduction of new initiatives with the aim of achieving improved health and learning outcomes from the program for both the school and broader community. Funding has been allocated to evaluate the expanded program as it is implemented during the school terms in years 2022-2024

Funding

Commissioned by: Material Institute

History

Confidential

  • Yes

Commissioning body

Material Institute

Pagination

1-15:15

Department/School

Education, TIA - Research Institute

Publisher

University of Tasmania

Publication status

  • Published

Place of publication

University of Tasmania

Extent

2

Usage metrics

    Faculty of Education

    Categories

    No categories selected

    Exports

    RefWorks
    BibTeX
    Ref. manager
    Endnote
    DataCite
    NLM
    DC