Thursday, April 25, 2013: 2:15 PM-4:15 PM
Convention Center: 202AB
|Presider:||Antonia S. Mead, Johnson C. Smith University, Charlotte, NC|
Session 1: The Preconception Peer Educator program is JCSU’s unique approach to disseminating information about infant mortality. Session 2: An academia-community project had college students teach about childhood obesity in high school wellness classes. Session 3: An international school education team worked with health education methods students to develop a school garden thematic unit. Session 4: An interactive session that shows how student majors can analyze and respond to issues that impact their college peers.
Cultivating 21st Century Skills: How School Gardening Enhances Health Literacy
Experiential Learning in Health: Challenging Future Leaders
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