A school garden can be very exciting. There is a lot to discover, explore and gain, but most teens find the idea of a garden rather semi-cool. In order to provide the content of the biology lesson, the related interdisciplinary material and the idea of a school garden, I prepared in cooperation with Lobke Beckfeld some exciting projects with the help of this manual and with the support of the video platform YouTube.
The purpose was to create motivating projects for young people and to deliver some ideas to make teacher's lesson varied. The principle is easy: we want to arouse interest and encourage learning to explore the content of the course, to document the progress and findings in a different way, and to share the results with the other students. Cooler than putting frogs into pieces, right?