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That year, TREE offered the program 13 times with 474 students from seven schools as well as an after-school program from two other schools.All but one were public schools from Orleans or St.To keep the birds in her backyard, she stopped spraying pesticides and removed standing water where mosquitoes bred.

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“We wanted kids to have amazing experiences,” she says.

“In the city, vacant lots are not enticing places for any of our kids, so being out in nature and having natural woods —one kid said, ‘I got two trees in my yard, I thought that was the woods! The first schooling in the outdoor classroom begins with a song: “All living things on the Earth are connected.” Paulownia and Slider explain, using a few props and balls of clay, how sun, soil, water and air compose the natural world.

Thanks to all who purchased Impact Gifts, made end of year donations, and ordered Dirty Coast NYR tees. Thanks to all who purchased Impact Gifts, made end of year donations, and ordered Dirty Coast NYR tees. Executive Director Heather Szapary explains the unintended benefits T. They’re in the first few minutes of a three-day field trip.

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Some people are going, ‘You can’t possibly (teach a third of the curriculum) in three or four days.’ We’ve had teachers come back and go, ‘I didn’t believe you when you started, but you do it.'” TREE says it meets 100 percent of state content standards for science; 71 percent in English and language arts; 50 percent in social studies; and 33 percent in math.

The program also accounts for 37 percent of state benchmarks met with relevant grade-level expectations in science and English and language arts; 8 percent in social studies; and 13 percent in math.With TREE, Brown wanted to open Sunship Earth to fifth-graders in other public schools and expand programming to include spinoffs for fourth- and seventh-graders (Earthkeepers and Sunship III, respectively).TREE teaches its programs at Jean Lafitte in Barataria and at the TREE Outdoor Classroom near Covington.A former fifth-grade teacher at John Dibert Elementary, TREE director Sue Brown visited a Sunship Earth program in Pennsylvania and immediately brought it back to her classroom. “I guess I had these little kid feelings from being outdoors.My mother had allowed and fostered those things, and I felt like my fifth-grade kids weren’t getting those kinds of attachments to the world.” Brown developed the New Orleans Sunship Earth program in 1985 and continued teaching until 1995, when she left Dibert to create TREE.The university tested students with the Ecological Concept Questionnaire, and students’ understanding of ecological concepts increased 43 percent from a pre-test assessment.

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