Please Note – This is a digital product, not a physical book.
This is a teacher’s guide to accompany and expand upon The Permaculture Student 2 textbook and workbook set. Designed for permaculture educators, public and homeschool educators, families, groups, and individuals to create their own lesson plans with menus, best practices in education, projects, and business plans.
- How to Teach Permaculture using Research-Based Best Practices in Education
- Permaculture Teaching Principles, Psychology, & Practices
- The Permaculture Educational Standards for K-12 Education
- Lesson Plan & Project Menus aligned to Next Generation Science Standards, US National Science Education Standards, and The Permaculture Education Standards
Whether it’s long or short, days, weeks, or an entire year: this guide will give you the tools you need to plan it all out quickly and easily. Recommended reading, supplemental reading, multimedia resources, projects of all kinds, and all aligned to standards!!
Now Anyone can Teach Advanced Permaculture with this Guide!
About Matt Powers
Matt Powers is an author, educator, expert permaculturist, motivational speaker, seed saver, and former private school music teacher, K-12 substitute in Fresno, California, public charter school teacher with a masters degree in best practices in education with a dual credential in history and english for teaching in California. Matt has written over a dozen permaculture books for the academic setting. Matt was a radical educator gaining attention internationally for his student-centered, project-based, and no homework learning experience. Matt Powers teaches teachers about educational best practices, student empowerment, and permaculture.education in his online courses (REE & APSO), in workshops and speaking engagements, and in this new teacher’s guide.