Global kitchen project: Promoting healthy eating habits and developing 21st century skills among children through a flipped classroom model
The Global Kitchen project promotes health education and 21st century skills using educational technologies among 2nd and 3rd grade elementary classrooms, offers creative strategies for developing culturally and linguistically responsive Universal Design for Learning (UDL) curriculum while integrating global education and media literacy skills into the curriculum with limited resources, and describes participants' reactions, discoveries, and experiences with new media. Situated within the context of teaching and learning, this Participatory Action Research (PAR) project aims to advance scientific knowledge of transdisciplinary project-based curriculum revolving around global nutrition education as a means to promote healthy eating habits among young children in low-income schools while developing media literacy skills and global competencies and offering the tools to teach children ages 8-10 years about nutrition in a meaningful, integrated way as well as outlining the impact of flipped classroom projects.
Flipped Instruction: Breakthroughs in Research and Practice
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Yildiz, Melda N.; Petela, Altagracia; and Mahoney, Brianne, "Global kitchen project: Promoting healthy eating habits and developing 21st century skills among children through a flipped classroom model" (2017). Kean Publications. 1639.