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Statement of Task and Workshop Agenda

BOX A-1
Statement of Task

An ad hoc committee will organize a public workshop to discuss development of national nutrition education curriculum standards for use in elementary and secondary schools. Through presentations and discussions the workshop will explore the merits, potential uses, and attributes of a set of national standards and learning objectives for elementary and secondary school children, current and promising practices, and approaches to build acceptance and use among educators. An unedited transcript of the presentations and discussions will be prepared in accordance with institutional guidelines and will be provided to the sponsor, and a summary of the workshop will be prepared by a rapporteur and issued as an IOM workshop summary.



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A Statement of Task and Workshop Agenda BOX A-1 Statement of Task An ad hoc committee will organize a public workshop to discuss development of national nutrition education curriculum standards for use in elementary and secondary schools. Through presentations and discussions the workshop will explore the merits, potential uses, and attributes of a set of national standards and learning objectives for elementary and secondary school children, current and promising practices, and approaches to build acceptance and use among educa- tors. An unedited transcript of the presentations and discussions will be prepared in accordance with institutional guidelines and will be provided to the sponsor, and a summary of the workshop will be prepared by a rapporteur and issued as an IOM workshop summary. 81

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82 NUTRITION EDUCATION IN THE K-12 CURRICULUM NATIONAL NUTRITION EDUCATION CURRICULUM STANDARDS WORKSHOP AGENDA March 11-12, 2013 The National Academies Keck Center 500 Fifth Street, NW, Room 100 Washington, DC DAY 1: Monday, March 11, 2013 8:00 AM Registration OPENING SESSION 8:30 Welcome, Introductions, and Purpose Karen Weber Cullen, Chair, Planning Committee Baylor College of Medicine 8:35  Foods Plus Nutrition Education—Effective Healthy Together: U.S. Department of Agriculture Perspective Janey Thornton, Deputy Under Secretary  Food, Nutrition and Consumer Services, U.S. Department of Agriculture 9:10 The Importance of Nutrition and Health for Education: U.S. Department of Education Perspective Norris Dickard Office of Safe and Healthy Students, U.S. Department of Education SESSION 1: SETTING THE CHARGE 9:40 Patricia Crawford, Moderator University of California, Berkeley 9:45 Impact of Health on Learning and Development Virginia Stallings The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, University of Pennsylvania 10:15 Break 10:30 Lessons from the Past

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APPENDIX A 83 Isobel Contento Columbia University SESSION 2: LESSONS LEARNED FROM FEDERAL PROGRAMS 11:00 Karla P. Shelnutt, Moderator University of Florida 11:05 Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program and SNAP-Ed in Schools Helen Chipman National Institute of Food and Agriculture, USDA 11:35 Team Nutrition and the HealthierUS School Challenge Eileen Ferruggiaro Child Nutrition Division, Food and Nutrition Service, USDA Jay Hirschman Office of Research and Analysis, Food and Nutrition Service, USDA 12:05 PM Panel Discussion 12:15 Lunch Break SESSION 3: IDENTIFYING CURRENT AND BEST PRACTICE—STATE AND LOCAL EXPERIENCES 1:15 Karen Chapman-Novakofski, Moderator University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 1:20 Findings from the Literature: School-Based Nutrition Interventions Mary Roseman University of Mississippi 1:40 California Experience Carol Chase Huegli California Department of Education 2:00 Wisconsin Experience

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84 NUTRITION EDUCATION IN THE K-12 CURRICULUM Susan Nitzke University of Wisconsin–Madison 2:20 Washington, DC, Experience Anastasia Snelling American University 2:40 Panel Discussion 3:00 Break SESSION 4: CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR NUTRITION EDUCATION CURRICULUM STANDARDS IN SCHOOLS 3:15 Carol Olander, Moderator Food and Nutrition Service, USDA (Retired) 3:20 Perspective of a Board of Education Member Elaine Gantz Berman Colorado State Board of Education 3:40 Perspective of a Superintendent Steven Ladd Superintendent, Elk Grove Unified School District, California 4:00 Perspective of a Principal Fred Storti Minnesota Elementary School Principals Association 4:20 Perspective of a Teacher Jason Dane Teacher, New Trier High School, Illinois 4:40 Panel Discussion 5:00 Adjourn for the Day Karen Weber Cullen

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APPENDIX A 85 DAY 2: Tuesday, March 12, 2013 SESSION 5: DEVELOPING K-12 NUTRITION EDUCATION CURRICULUM STANDARDS 8:30 AM Robert Crosnoe, Moderator The University of Texas at Austin 8:35 Setting the Stage—What Are the Challenges That Lie Ahead? Isobel Contento Columbia University 8:55 Breakout Session: What Should the Framework Look Like? Components, Ownership, and Challenges 10:15 Break 10:45 Report Back from Breakout Sessions and Large-Group Discussion 12:00 PM Lunch Break SESSION 6: PANEL—ACHIEVING THIS FRAMEWORK: TRAINING AND PROCESS 1:00 Carlette KyserPegram, Moderator U.S. Department of Education 1:05 Teacher Training—Undergraduate Esther C. Okeiyi North Carolina Central University 1:25 Teacher Training—Certification and CEUs Phillip S. Rogers National Association of State Directors of Teacher Education and Certification 1:45 Nutrition Education: Integration, Stand-Alone, or Both Marilyn Townsend University of California, Davis 2:05 Panel Discussion

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86 NUTRITION EDUCATION IN THE K-12 CURRICULUM CLOSING REMARKS 2:30 Karen Weber Cullen, Moderator Future Steps Katie Wilson National Food Service Management Institute 3:00 Adjourn