In this course you will find a comprehensive overlook of healthy practices in public schools in the USA, including: physical activity and nutrition in the school setting. We will review the basics of some of the regulatory programs found in the United States that support healthy students through nutrition education and nutrition programs. You will be able to explain some of the nutritional components such as, alternatives to the use of Sugar-Sweetened Beverages. Many of these principles can be applied to students in schools throughout the globe.
Daniel NicklasAssistant Professor, Director of Primary Care Education for the Pediatrics Residency, Co-medical Director for the Pediatric Call Center
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来自HEALTHY PRACTICES: NUTRITION, PHYSICAL ACTIVITY, AND COMMUNITY AND FAMILY PARTICIPATION的热门评论
The course "Healthy Practices: Nutrition, Physical Activity, and Community and Family Participation" is organized effectively. Lecture videos are very informative.
Many thanks to all instructors who work on that course. Lots of significate information in the course.
Fue un buen curso, más enfocado a la parte política de como comenzar el movieminto de escuela y comunidad saludable
it is helpful but need to include more point regarding which food and activity menu during presentation itself
关于 School Health for Children and Adolescents 专项课程
Children and adolescents spend so much of their time in school regardless of where they live in the world. Health and learning are closely connected in the school setting, where good health and healthy practices create the optimal conditions for students’ academic success. And the contrary is also true: poor heath and unhealthy practices build tall barriers to student learning.