Tara Laidlaw

Out to Learn

Tara is an instructor, curriculum designer, teacher trainer, and consultant who has worked at the intersection of formal and informal education for over a decade. She has developed and delivered standards-aligned, place-based education from coast to coast for students of all ages, from a wide range of demographics, and with diverse abilities. Her specialization is using sustainable food production as a lens for teaching and learning, but she’s equally at home in forests, up mountains, at summer camps, and on historic estates. Tara holds a BA in Anthropological Sciences from Stanford University and an MAEd with a focus in Natural Science and Environmental Education from Hamline University. Find her online at http://www.out2learn.com.

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Sustainable Agriculture as an Integrating Context for Earth Education part of Integrate:Workshops and Webinars:Earth Education for Sustainable Societies:Essays
Tara Laidlaw, Out to Learn As a lens for learning, sustainable agriculture has the potential to connect students' experiences not only across grade levels and across academic disciplines, but with their ...