The 2022 NACTA Annual Conference will feature five unique and engaging workshops throughout the conference. One of our first-time workshops is Experiential Learning: Opportunities Through Campus Farms, Facilities and Beyond. This course will be given on Thursday, June 23 and will be led by Sara Cloft and team.

Experiential Learning: Opportunities Through Campus Farms, Facilities and Beyond
Sara Cloft - Virginia Tech
John Cole - University of Tennessee
Jeremy Cowan - Kansas State University
Sakina Dixon - Texas A&M University
Kathleen Liang - North Carolina A&T
Don Mulvaney - Auburn University
Michelle Santiago - Murray State University
Chantel Simpson - North Carolina A&T State University
Ben Weikert - SUNY Cobleskill
Date and Time: Thursday, June 23, 2022, 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Fundamentally, experiential learning (EL) is a process for constructing knowledge and understanding from real-world experiences. Use of experiential learning to build skills and facilitate the progression from theory to practice may be accomplished in numerous ways but few may exceed those availed though university-based farms. In this workshop, participants will explore the opportunities and challenges around developing, executing and assessing programmatic EL within university farm contexts. 

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