Literature. Provide on-level fiction and non-fiction children’s literature about food and where it comes from to pique students’ interest and build their background knowledge. Lunch Time. The cafeteria can be utilized as a learning experience. Every day, students are making choices about which food to choose off of the lunch line and howContinue reading “10 Ways to Incorporate Farm to School into the Classroom”
In programs that offer food to participants, such as the Stewart Center Food Cooperative, it is imperative to measure consumption in order to measure success. Click below to see a document outlining some ideas for individual journaling to assess consumption of food throughout the week by a family.
The goals of Edible Education lessons include: to create positive experience with food to encourage positive behavior change in food choices While creating positive experiences around food is pretty easy (everyone loves an activity that ends in a snack!) that only accounts for the isolated moment in time. The ultimate goal is that the experiencesContinue reading “Methods for Assessing Food-Related Behavior Change in Kids”