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Record identifier : 565854
Personal Name - Primary Intelectual Responsibility : Hendricks, Melissa Dianne
Title and statement of responsibility : Development of a questionnaire to evaluate the likeability of a nutrition education curriculum by elementary school teachers, kindergarten through fifth grade [Thesis]
Publication, Distribution,Etc. : Texas Woman's University, 2002
Language of the Item : eng
Dissertation of thesis details and type of degree : M.S.
Body granting the degree : , Texas Woman's University
Summary or Abstract : The purpose of the study was to develop a questionnaire to evaluate a Kindergarten through 5 th grade nutrition education curriculum based on teacher likeability. Likeability of the nutrition education curriculum by the teachers was defined as grade level appropriateness, cost per lesson, ease of preparation, integration with other subject areas, correlation with the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS), and student approval. A minimum acceptable score of 80 on the questionnaire was necessary to conclude that the nutrition education curriculum met the definition of likeability and whether a teacher would adopt the curriculum. Twenty-one elementary school teachers completed the questionnaire after having observed the nutrition education curriculum. The average score on the questionnaire was 76 , slightly lower than the minimum acceptable score of 80 . Using descriptive statistics, teachers indicated that they would adopt the nutrition education curriculum by a two to one margin. The teachers positively responded that they enjoyed having a teaching assistant, the students had fun, the lessons were meaningful, and integration of the TEKS were important in their willingness to adopt the curriculum. Teachers also believed that students had gained nutrition knowledge as a result of the nutrition education curriculum. Teachers responded less positively when asked about changes in student eating behaviors. Based on the teacher's responses to the questionnaire, the nutrition education curriculum should be expanded to include parent education, more teacher in-services and food experiences for the students to increase the effectiveness in changing students food choices and eating behaviors. Making these changes to the nutrition education curriculum might bring questionnaire scores up to the likeability range of 80 or more in the future..
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