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Raisins or Roll-Ups. . .How Do I Decide?

How Decisions Impact Our Health

Created by: Liane Cox Tomich

Health Education Trainer

California Healthy Kids Resource Center


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Raisins or Roll-Ups. . .How Do I Decide?

  • Think of a student or child in your school or program, what nutrition decisions do they face?

  • Please write down one decision on a Post-It and in the middle of your table.


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Training Objectives

  • Understand the decision-making process and how to present skills-based instruction.

  • Apply the decision-making process to nutrition scenarios.

  • Coach students, parents, and coworkers to make thoughtful, informed nutrition decisions.

  • Learn to access health education resources from the California Healthy Kids Resource Center.



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What decisions have you already made today?

Did you go through a process?

If so, what was that process?

How do we make decisions?


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The Decision-Making Process

  • Figure out the decision question.

  • Identify possible choices.

  • Analyze each choice.

  • Select the best choice.


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Alternate Steps for Making Decisions (Younger Children)

  • What is the decision question?

  • Think about the choices.

  • Say NO to choices that are against your family rules [school/classroom]

  • Ask yourself what could happen with each choice.

  • Make the best choice.



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Nutrition Concepts

Portion Sizes


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Nutrition Concepts

Food Labels


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Other Decision-Making Resources

CHKRC resources and activities to practice decision-making process:

  • Deal Me In: My Lunch Bag

  • Nutrition Pathfinders: Camp Eatawella

  • Power Play!

  • Personal Social Skills: The Missing Link: What Will I Choose?


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I’m hungry! What should I eat?

Using Nutrition Concepts to Make Healthy Decisions


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Guided Practice Decision-Making Activity

  • Each group has a nutrition scenario with 3-4 items to choose from.

  • Each group selects a Teacher/Leader

  • The Teacher/Leader will guide the group through the decision-making process one step at a time.

  • Group members will discuss their responses at each step.

  • The Teacher/Leader will share the process and the small group’s decision.


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Independent Practice and Coaching Activity

  • Find a partner. One person will be the coach. The other person will be the decision maker.

  • Select one of the nutrition-related challenges from the poster paper

  • Use the Decision-Making Process handout to address that challenge.

  • Change roles.

  • Select another challenge and work through the process again.


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You are a Role Model!

  • How do our personal decisions impact our students?

  • What decisions can we make (at work, outside of work) to model healthy eating for our students?


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Today we…

  • Understand the decision-making process and how to present skills-based instruction.

  • Apply the decision-making process to nutrition scenarios.

  • Coach students, parents, and coworkers to make thoughtful, informed nutrition decisions.

  • Learn to access health education resources from the California Healthy Kids Resource Center.


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To order materials included in the training today, or for additional health resources, call toll free:

1-888-318-8188

OR

visit the Web site:

www.californiahealthykids.org


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