About This Training
The Garden Project, aligned with key educational standards, folds Preprimary and Elementary Curricular needs into one holistic and innovative project preparing your children with 21 st century skills.
The Garden Project teaches for sustainability in the early years by providing you with the framework that can easily be adapted to reflect your local identity and account for economy, local environment and socio-cultural phenomena.
This online training is meant for schools participating in my Green Collaboration who will be documenting and sharing the implementation of The Garden Project at your school, as a means to apply for the UNESCO-Japan Award - Education for Sustainable Development.
This online training gives you the step-by-step process of how to run The Garden Project following the 2018-2019 academic calendar whilst collaborating with other schools around the world.
Angelica is the co-founder of Hoopla Education and author of The Garden Project, a Project Based Learning program that applies the STEAM framework to teach for sustainability.
She holds a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from the University of Kent (U.K.) and has been working in Early Childhood Education since 2002. An advocate for sustainable and creative practices in the Early Years, she has spoken at multiple conferences on the importance of hands-on and creative education in Europe, the US and in Asia. She is also the author of ABC English & Me, an innovative program that applies music and movement to foreign language acquisition.