|For now I ask no more than the justice of eating ⎯ Pablo Neruda
The more adaptable and flexible teachers can be with lessons/activities, the more our students will find solutions against hunger for the rest of their lives. In this mini-lesson, you will learn how to adapt several lessons to meet your own teaching needs and those of your primary, middle and upper school students.
Some students understand hunger from daily experience; despite this fact, they remain eager to understand and share their ideas about food and sustainability. Other students are blessed to experience food security, eager as well to unravel the causes of hunger in our shared world. To understand is to imagine change, and so we teach our students to take new knowledge and create solutions that will provide sustainability.
Learn more about the Finding Solutions to Hunger project here