Title:||Hands On: Real World Lessons for Middle School Classrooms|
|Producer:||Richards, J. R. - University of Tennessee|
|Description:||Developed as a tool to educate middle school students in essential food safety information. These lessons contain research-based, highly effective instructional strategies organized into lesson plans, student labs, and hands-on activities to be taught in all subject areas for approximately one week.
Teachers of all subjects work together. The interdisciplinary lessons allow students to build on food safety concepts from all subjects, thus improving knowledge and retention.
Resources available for students, educators, parents, and extension educators.
Preparation and Handling
Pathogens and Contaminants
|Format/Pub. Year:||Curriculum (2009)|
| ||Richards, J. R. - University of Tennessee|
Department of Food Science and Technology
2509 River Drive
Knoxville, TN 37996
|Grant Number:||2008-51110-04354 |
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