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Dr Sandra Fordyce
Global food education expert, home economics educator, productive surburban gardener inspiring everyone to grow, love and cook good food. Yoga tragic
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Food - a fact of life Aug 5
Looking to improve your teacher knowledge and skills? Check out our teaching and learning area! We have videos in this area to help secondary teachers improve skills around teaching and learning, practical activities and sensory and product evaluation!
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Dr Sandra Fordyce Jul 11
Bravo and Pro-active in community development
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Dr Sandra Fordyce Jul 4
Replying to @synapse101
too true- saturated fat trend hopefully will go the same way as coconut oil used as sun tanning oil. Another health hazard that needs to be debunked.
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Dr Sandra Fordyce Jul 4
Replying to @Foodafactoflife
Perfect for introduction to for learners
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Dr Sandra Fordyce Jun 14
Black Rock Covid-19 - and Supervised by sons stef_bob and willemvoorham Chanelling our medieval selves
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Dr Sandra Fordyce Jun 12
sounds like fun
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Deana Leahy Jun 12
This exhibition was terrific and am excited to see that it is now online. I do love what exhibitions offer in terms of how and what we might learn about food
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Food - a fact of life Jun 12
A date for your diary! This year, BNF will be running Healthy Eating Week at Home for the first time! The Week will start on 22 June, with a number of daily challenges, resources and ideas for all those at home.
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Dr Sandra Fordyce Jun 12
Great conference, great collaboration, great frock!
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Christian Reynolds Jun 11
Next up it is "The Devil is in the detail: an effective co-creative multidisciplinary strategy to content development for children’s cooking interventions" – by Dr Fiona Lavelle from
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Dr Sandra Fordyce Jun 11
engaging kids with food and nutrition through -don’t mention it’s nutritious and they’ll eat it by the box full
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University of Newcastle Apr 21
Teaching your kids to cook isn't just fun - it lets them learn about multiple subjects at the same time! , and give us some great reasons to get your kids in the kitchen 🍲 🍳 🍉
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Dr Sandra Fordyce Jun 11
goed gedaan! Gefeliciteerd,
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Christian Reynolds Jun 11
Now it is Measuring success – the need for validated measures in cooking skills and nutrition education – Dr Tony Benson from , , This has all been so good!
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Berit Follong Jun 11
READY, SET, GO! Nutrition & Cooking Education Symposium is live!👩‍💻🍎
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Fiona Lavelle Jun 11
Disappointing to not be in Australia in person, however delighted to present our research in . Some insights into what age for what tasks, following the using a multidisciplinary approach for the camp & validated kids cooking measure
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Dr Emma Beckett Jun 11
Great presentation from on inclusive models of cooking education.
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Dr Sandra Fordyce Jun 11
Great range of presentations today. Thank you to all the conference organisers You have done a fabulous job bringing in interest groups from across the globe. Thanks too to international presenters who were up late! What a commitment to
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Food - a fact of life Jun 9
If you are you looking for webinars or online training to help enhance your skills and knowledge, check out our FFL training page for lots of information on how to enhance you professional development!
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Dr Sandra Fordyce Jun 11
Am loving the networking and sharing opportunities that the conference team have facilitated in today’s Nutrition and Cooking Education Symposium Thank you to all presenters
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