Cruising through the Mission Mandates for Healthy Living Excellence. Janet Edwards Linda Kirk Fox May 2011. Positive Youth Development…. Considers the whole young person, not just a single characteristic or problem.
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the Mission Mandates
for Healthy Living Excellence
Linda Kirk Fox
From: Cathann Kress NIFA, USDA
President Obama, assisted by Michelle Obama, signs MOU between U.S. Depts. of Education; Health and Human Services; and Agriculture
Activity 1 - Puzzle
Adapted From: Helen Chipman PhD, RD NIFA, USDA
Activity 2 – Apply “Civic Engagement” framework
Modified from definition given by Isobel Contento, EdD, RD
From: Helen Chipman PhD, RD NIFA, USDA
Activity 3 – Apply “Science” framework
EDUCATIONAL L E A D E R S H I P / DECEMBER 2 0 0 9 / JANUARY 2010
Youth 5 – 19 years
Trained Youth Development Educators
SNAP (Food Stamp) Eligible Youth and Families
Trained Nutrition Educators
SET or Science
Leadership / Citizenship
Food Resource management
Life skills – Cooking, Meal planning, Garden enhanced nutrition
“Wow, you really do need math to cook!”
-Jr. Chef, Mason Co.
I am teaching my brother how to wash his hands before dinner.” -Youth, Clark Co.
Parks and Recreation
Positive Youth Development
Hands on / Experiential Nutrition Education
Sharing ideas for Healthy Youth
Framework for Healthy Youth