July 30-31 - On-site Teacher Training & Certification - 20 Hours of Professional Development Hours – Real Food Nutrition for Middle Schoolers

July 30-31 - On-site Teacher Training & Certification - 20 Hours of Professional Development Hours – Real Food Nutrition for Middle Schoolers

Regular price $399.00 Sale

Middle School Course – You Are What You Eat

Sustainable Food and Nutrition Newbies

Time: 9:00am-3:00pm each day

Dates: Monday, July 30th – Tuesday, July 31st

This easy-to-implement course covers the benefits of choosing and eating more real foods and the integration of it with being physically active and setting positive emotional habits.

Topics covered:

  • Foods that fuel – nutrition for teens
  • Keep it real – value of choosing real food over highly processed foods
  • Collective science – how to integrate nutrition with physical activity and setting positive emotional habits
  • Sports nutrition – energy bars and sports drinks
  • Three squares a day – breakfast, lunch and dinner
  • Way better snacks
  • Food and culture

Location: 

Stanley Marketplace
Sazza
2501 N. Dallas St., Aurora, CO 80010
Phone: 303-797-3048

Costs for You Are What You Eat 2 day training and certification: $399 Your registration fee covers the 2 day training, ONE copy of An Ounce of Nutrition’s  “You Are What You Eat” middle school curriculum plus google drive access (includes power points, addtl materials and recipes via an email link), training materials, lunch for each day and professional development certificate after successful completion of assessment.

SINGLE USER - “You Are What You Eat” Curriculum

The “You Are What You Eat” (YAWYE) curriculum addresses 10 pertinent topics related to student health and their food environment. It emphasizes choosing “real” food in every aspect of life, including when playing sports or being active. Students learn about food culture and history, meals and snacks, healthier dining out choices, the importance of fruits and vegetables and reading labels.
As students go through the course, they learn about how their food choices impact their health and the world around them. An optional incorporated activity is to have students complete a personal wellness plan that integrates “real” food nutrition with physical activity and setting positive emotional habits (e.g. reducing stress).
This curriculum is aligned with the 4 C’s of 21st Century learning skills;
1) Critical thinking, 2) Collaboration, 3) Communication and 4) Creativity.

 

Please note: Curriculum and google drive pricing are for a single user. Multiple copies may be purchased by a single school at a discounted price. Please contact An Ounce of Nutrition for more details.