'Think About It! '
What’s the strangest claim your students have made about their food? Where do they get their information? Why do they adopt a belief? In this session we’ll explore a few strategies to engage your students in critical thinking to sort out claims with the use of evidence. |
Mini-Workshop Session (activity should be easily demonstrated in 20 minutes and will be repeated 3 times on Friday)
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|Biosketch:||Debra Spielmaker is a Professor at Utah State University in the School of Applied Sciences, Education, and Technology. In addition to her faculty role at Utah State University, Debra serves as the Team Leader for the National Center for Agricultural Literacy. Debra taught agricultural science for seven years in Utah and Montana, and directed the Utah Agriculture in the Classroom program for 20 years. She conducts works on program evaluation, student assessment, and has developed numerous K-12 classroom resources for science, social studies, nutrition, and Career and Technical Education.|
|Organization/Affiliation:||National Center for Agricultural Literacy @ Utah State University|