Education & Safety - Food, Land & People
Summer workshop dates are now posted:
Syllabi for all the Food, Land & People workshops.
Many scholarships are available to educators. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org regarding opportunities for these scholarships.
North Dakota Food, Land and People is now on Facebook!
Mary Kensok, an award-winning fourth-grade teacher, is featured in the video above talking about her enthusiasm for educating about agriculture and the FLP program. Mary also received the Excellence in Teaching about Agriculture award at the National Agriculture in the Classroom Conference in late June. Hear the audio interview with her by clicking here (mp3 download)
Project Food, Land and People (FLP) is a 55-lesson curriculum developed for grades K-12 educators to integrate easily into your classroom.
The instructional units address core content and North Dakota state standards and benchmarks with inquiry based learning activities that are meaningful and the objectives are well defined.
Lessons were created and written by educators for educators and were rigorously tested and evaluated across the nation.
The participants will receive the entire curriculum in CD format, plus North Dakota specific materials and information about available resources.
All FLP syllabi are available for your viewing below.
Questions should be submitted to Jill Vigesaa at email@example.com
These lessons are designed to unleash your imagination and creativity.
NDSU offers professional development graduate credit for this program.
FLP I – Introduction to 55 lessons – 1 credit
FLP II-Soil and Water Conservation Focus – 1 credit
FLP III-Nutrition and Consumer Science Focus – 1 credit
FLP Institute - 1 or 2 credit
FLP IV Online - 1 credit
FLP V Online - 1 credit
FLP I is the traditional workshop; an introduction to across-the-curriculum lessons including a field trip experience.
FLP II focuses on Land and Water Conservation curriculum with many hands on activities.
FLP III focuses on Food/Nutrition & Consumer Science lessons from the curriculum.
FLP Institute is 1 or 2 credits.
What teachers say about the workshops:
“These classes are fun, hand-on and we received so many resources." – Darla T of Bismarck
“My students have enjoyed learning about agriculture in the way FLP has presented the information." – Sheena J. of Enderlin
“All of the workshops are amazing! There is never a dull moment and you can easily integrate the lessons into your classroom." – Jenna F. of West Fargo
"Lots of variety and great ag-related topics introduced with wonderful, creative ideas." – Julie Z., Extension Educator in Walsh County
Other valuable Web resources:
See Sample Lesson at www.foodlandpeople.org