Activities per year
The objective of Learn4Health is to employ children’s everyday food and health practices as learning and teaching contexts for developing problem-based activities, placing pupils in hands-on authentic food activities in everyday contexts. Further, development and assessment of instruments to meet the integration of food practices across different educational and food contexts and aiming at creating sustainability on food and nutrition reforms efforts by providing key professional development activities for teachers in the process of making them Learn4Health ambassadors.
12 organisations have come together to develop, implement and evaluate new and innovative tools, methods and approaches to Hands-on Food Activities (HOFAs) with the goal of improving health and nutrition and prevent obesity for children now and in the long term.
To secure the sustainability of the Learn4Health project, all of the Hands-on Food Activities, the results and the assessments are collected in the HOFA Handbook.
|Effective start/end date||01/09/2016 → 31/08/2019|
Fisker, A. M. (ed.), Bagger, N. C. (ed.), Heilmann, A. E. U. (ed.), Christensen, J. H., Hjort, A. S. & Thorn, A. E., 2019, 157 p. Aalborg : Department of Civil Engineering, Aalborg University.
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Fisker, A. M., Heilmann, A. E. U. & Bagger, N. C., 2019, p. 10.
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Fisker, A. M. (ed.), Clausen, K. S. (ed.), Heilmann, A. E. U. (ed.), Bagger, N. C. (ed.) & Vernooij, A. (ed.), 26 Jul 2019, Department of Civil Engineering : Aalborg University. 56 p. (Technical Report; No. 278).
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