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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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Dr Sandra Fordyce Nov 25
Brava for for Scotswomen. Let’s take it all the way and baby nappies too!
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Dr Sandra Fordyce Nov 25
Replying to @CNN @NicolaSturgeon
Brava women of the world unite for safe and reliable access to - let’s take it all the way with baby nappies too
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Food - a fact of life Nov 16
Where does fruit and veg come from? Teach your class about the journey fruit and vegetables make before they are eaten with our fruit and vegetable farm to fork resources. Take a look!
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SchoolingFood Nov 15
As we work to transform food education we need to be thinking more broadly about health - ours and the planet's. To do this well we need to be sure enviro educators are at the table + health educators. This event will be a lovely appetiser for future work
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Dr Sandra Fordyce Nov 15
Yes must be evidence based. Right on
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Dr Sandra Fordyce Nov 14
Include and involve kids- activate their creative ideas in program development
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Dr Sandra Fordyce Nov 6
Valuable resources for teachers- use these quality worksheets to support your teaching
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Dr Sandra Fordyce Oct 28
Global Critical Conversations: Re-imagining health education via Think news ways of evidence-based teaching with latest developments
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David Jones Oct 30
Research participants needed. (VIC primary school teachers) As part of my current research project at Monash University on Investigating STEM education practices in Victoria. I am seeking participants to take part in a 30‐45min one on one interview. Please DM for more info
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Dr Sandra Fordyce Oct 28
Global Critical Conversations: Re-imagining health education via Think news ways of evidence-based teaching with latest developments
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Deana Leahy Oct 26
Reimagining health education - join us for the conversation .. it’s going to be a great conversation
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Dr Rimante Ronto 🐾 Oct 25
This is what every country should do! The best investment for our future generation!
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Dr Sandra Fordyce Oct 25
Calling all to participate in research
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Dr Sandra Fordyce Oct 23
All the best for Festival 2020. So proud to be member and involved in 2019 festival
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SchoolingFood Oct 19
Enjoyed sharing our new project today with - exploring ways we can connect our students with community & get them involved in co-designing healthy places. So many possibilities also to engage kids in co-designing healthy school environments. It's great health education
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Dr Sandra Fordyce Oct 19
Check out these comprehensive set of resources applicable for classes globally.
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Dr Sandra Fordyce Oct 13
Don’t get mad, get elected
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Food - a fact of life Oct 10
Where is your fruit and veg from? Teach your primary class about the journey fruit and vegetables make before they are eaten with our fruit and vegetable farm to fork resources. Take a look!
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ACHPER Victoria Oct 8
teachers have had to adapt to teaching online, and so have we! With our state conference not happening this year, (19-22 OCT) is your last chance to receive professional learning from ACHPER Vic in 2020. Details & registration:
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Dr Sandra Fordyce Oct 11
Replying to @darrenfife
Great stuff - small beginnings - great work now
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