1a. Did you use your school garden for a teaching activity this year?*YesNo1b. If no, what were the reasons you didn't use the garden?(Please check all that apply) Not Interested Logistical challenges Didn't fit with my class curriculum Other Other2a. Approximately how many visits did your class make to the garden without the garden coordinator?2b. Approximately how many of your classroom activities this year used material from the garden or included a classroom visit from the CitySprouts Garden Coordinator?3. To what extent do you agree with the following statements? Please choose one.3a. The garden helped me create meaningful hands-on learning opportunities for my students.Strongly disagreeDisagreeNo changeAgreeStrongly agreeNot applicable3b. The garden experience increased my students' curiosity about the natural environment.Strongly disagreeDisagreeNo changeAgreeStrongly agreeNot applicable3c. The time my students spent in the garden increased their comfort in being outside.Strongly disagreeDisagreeNo changeAgreeStrongly agreeNot applicable3d. The garden helped me make curriculum more accessible for English language learners.Strongly disagreeDisagreeNo changeAgreeStrongly agreeNot applicable3e. The garden helped me make curriculum more accessible for SPED learners.Strongly disagreeDisagreeNo changeAgreeStrongly agreeNot applicable3f. I noticed a change in my students' interest in fruits and vegetables because of their time spent in the garden.Strongly disagreeDisagreeNo changeAgreeStrongly agreeNot applicable3g. The manner in which the garden lessons/activities were structured (such as small group activities or getting to see students displaying different strengths) created opportunities for me to interact with my students in valuable ways.Strongly disagreeDisagreeNo changeAgreeStrongly agreeNot applicable3h. The time I spent collaborating with my garden coordinator enhanced my teaching practice in a way not named above. <em>If applicable, please elaborate below:</em>Strongly disagreeDisagreeNo changeAgreeStrongly agreeNot applicableThe time I spent with my garden coordinator enhanced my teaching practice in the following way:4. Did the garden help you utilize and of the following science practices? (please check all that apply)4a. As a result of garden-based lessons, my students ask deeper questions.YesNoNot applicable4b. As a result of garden-based lessons my students are more confident planning and carrying out investigations.YesNoNot applicable4c. As a result of garden-based lessons, my students are more confident analyzing and interpreting data.YesNoNot applicable4d. As a result of garden-based lessons, my students are more confident engaging in argument from evidence.YesNoNot applicable5. Please indicate your best answer to the statements listed below.Compared to other resources available to me:5a. The garden helped me to create opportunities for my students to practice patience and persistence.Helped Much LessHelped LessNo changeHelped MoreHelped Much MoreNot applicable5b. The garden helped me to create opportunities for my students to practice compassion.Helped Much LessHelped LessNo changeHelped MoreHelped Much MoreNot applicable5c. The garden helped me to create opportunities for students to practice collaboration and teamwork skills.Helped Much LessHelped LessNo changeHelped MoreHelped Much MoreNot applicable5d. The garden helped me to create opportunities for students to exercise creativity and imagination.Helped Much LessHelped LessNo changeHelped MoreHelped Much MoreNot applicable5e. The garden helped me to create opportunities for students to practice critical thinking and problem solving skills.Helped Much LessHelped LessNo changeHelped MoreHelped Much MoreNot applicable6. If applicable, what other ways has the garden changed your students' learning experience?7. Any other questions or comments you want to share with us?A few questions about youName First Last SchoolGrade &/or SubjectWhat subjects did you teach in the garden? (Please check all that apply) SCIENCE (e.g., insect/butterfly life cycle; plant life cycle; soil; weather; etc.) MATH (e.g., counting, sorting, estimating; measuring; graphing; etc.) ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS (e.g., descriptive writing; process writing; journaling; etc.) SOCIAL STUDIES (e.g., Colonial history; Three Sisters; cultural connections to home countries, etc.) This iframe contains the logic required to handle Ajax powered Gravity Forms.