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References from Dale Tunnicliffe

These references from Dale Tunnicliffe’s Talking and Doing Science look good: Alexander, R (2008) Towards Dialogic Teaching: Rethinking Classroom Talk. Cambridge: Dialogs. Brenneman, K and Louro, IF (2008) Science journals in the preschool classroom. Early Childhood Education Journal, 36: 113-119 … Continue reading

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Dietary Experiences and Food Acceptance Patterns from Infancy through Early Childhood

Martins, Yolanda (2006) Dietary Experiences and Food Acceptance Patterns from Infancy through Early Childhood: Encouraging Variety-seeking Behavior Food, Culture & Society 9(3)Fall, pp.288-298 “Research suggests that children’s early experiences with food and eating have an impact on their eating practices … Continue reading

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The contribution of dietary factors to dental caries and disparities in caries

Mobley, Connie, Teresa A. Marshall, Peter Milgrom, Susan E. Coldwell, (2009) The contribution of dietary factors to dental caries and disparities in caries. Academic Pediatrics 9(6) Nov-Dec, pp.410-414 “Frequent consumption of simple carbohydrates, primarily in the form of dietary sugars, … Continue reading

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Blood, Sweat and Tears in a Bottle of Palestinian Extra-Virgin Olive Oil

We’ve been reviewing our science curriculum, and a large focus at the start of this was on sustainability… understanding the politics of foodways is a huge part of this. Meneley, Anne (2011) Blood, Sweat and Tears in a Bottle of … Continue reading

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References from Thomas and Seely Brown

A couple of the references listed in Douglas Thomas and John Seely Brown’s (rather excellent and readable) A New Culture of Learning that appear worth pursuing include: Bainbridge, WS (2007) The scientific research potential of virtual worlds. Science 317 (5837): … Continue reading

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Creating Healthy Communities, Healthy Homes, Healthy People

Srinivasan, Shobha, Liam R. O’Fallon, and Allen Dearry (2003) Creating Healthy Communities, Healthy Homes, Healthy People: Initiating a Research Agenda on the Built Environment and Public Health American Journal of Public Health, 93(9)Sept, pp1446- “Mounting evidence suggests physical and mental … Continue reading

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Indoor environments and health: Moving into the 21st Century

Samet, Jonathan, and John Spengler () Indoor environments and health: Moving into the 21st Century. American Journal of Public Health, 93(9), September, pp.1489-1493 “The very publication of an issue of the American Journal of Public Health on ‘the built environment’ … Continue reading

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Places to walk: convenience and regular physical activity

Powell, Kenneth, Linda Martin, and Pranesh Chowdhury (2003) Places to walk: convenience and regular physical activity American Journal of Public Health 93(9), pp.1519-1521 “Regular physical activity fosters good physical and mental health. Described as ‘today’s best buy in public health,’ … Continue reading

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The husky byte program

Pierce, Michelle B., Kerrian A. Hudson, Karina R. Lora, Erin K. Havens, Ann M. Ferris, (2011) The husky byte program: Delivering Nutrition Education One Sound Byte at a Time Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior 43(2), pp.135-136 “As food gatekeepers, … Continue reading

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Cooking and Femininity

L’Orange Fürst, Elizabeth (1997) Cooking and Femininity Women’s Studies International Forum, Vol. 20, No. 3, pp. 441-449, “Everyday cooking in the home is still women’s work. This should not be understood merely from the perspective of female subjugation. Food is … Continue reading

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