Hands On: Real World Lessons for Middle School Classrooms – Food Safety Instructor's Guide
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Hands On: Real World Lessons for Middle School Classrooms – Food Safety is a comprehensive curriculum designed as a vehicle to reduce the occurrence of foodborne illness, to increase awareness around personal hygiene and to encourage safe food preparation practices. Foodborne illness can be prevented if consumers adopt proper practices for safe food handling and preparation. Food safety awareness, particularly among the young, is low and food safety education in the formative middle schools years is a proven catalyst to prevent foodborne illness.
- Grades 5-9 - Organized in 10 unique lessons designed to stand-alone or to be completed as an entire unit - Developed by the University of Tennessee - This curriculum is tied to National Science Education Standards; see the Look Inside feature for a detailed description of Learning Objectives for each activity
This item is the Instructor Guide; see item W314P for the Participant Activity Guide and item W314S for a set of one Instructor Guide and 10 Participant Activity Guides.
Are you interested in learning more about the curriculum, straight from the author and a 4-H educator? Watch a webinar all about the curriculum, available here.