Teaching the Food System

A project of the Johns Hopkins Center for a Livable Future, this is free, classroom-ready curriculum. Lesson plans engage students in critical analyses of food system issues. Rich, classroom-based activities include discussions, debates, poster projects and more. Slides, handouts, vocabulary builders and other supplementary materials help educators deliver compelling lessons with minimal preparation. Background readings brief educators and students on the key issues. A story-driven film illustrates concepts from the curriculum with compelling narratives. Teaching modules suit a variety of contexts, including high school and college level courses. They can be taught in any order, either independently or as part of a series.

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A project of the Johns Hopkins Center for a Livable Future, this is free, classroom-ready curriculum. Lesson plans engage students in critical analyses of food system issues. Rich, classroom-based activities include discussions, debates, poster projects and more. Slides, handouts, vocabulary builders and other supplementary materials help educators deliver compelling lessons with minimal preparation. Background readings brief educators and students on the key issues. A story-driven film illustrates concepts from the curriculum with compelling narratives. Teaching modules suit a variety of contexts, including high school and college level courses. They can be taught in any order, either independently or as part of a series.

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Keyword Curriculum, Teaching, Food System
Date Of Record Creation 2019-01-26 19:50:21
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Date Last Modified 6/23/2014 7:58
Language English
Date Record Checked: 6/23/2014 7:52 (W3C-DTF)

Mission

EERL's mission is to be the best possible online collection of environmental and energy sustainability resources for community college educators and for their students. The resources are also available for practitioners and the public.

EERL & ATEEC

EERL is a product of a community college-based National Science Foundation Center, the Advanced Technology Environmental and Energy Center (ATEEC), and its partners.

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