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Martin Burrett

Early cooking skills strongly predict future nutritional well-being - 18 views

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    "Evidence suggests that developing cooking and food preparation skills is important for health and nutrition, yet the practice of home cooking is declining and now rarely taught in school. A new study published in the Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior found that developing cooking skills as a young adult may have long-term benefits for health and nutrition."
Martin Burrett

UKEdMag: Get their hands dirty! by @MissNina1983 - 8 views

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    It is essential that children in today's 'technology focused world' get real, hands-on experiences. The only things that some of my children have in their hands, once at home, are games console controls! By making learning fun and interactive we can engage children in finding out about the world around them and their past, instilling a love of learning and giving them some practical skills to use in the real world...
Bob Rowan

Cookie Caster: Customize your own cookie cutter in a minute - 32 views

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    Design your own cookie cutters and print them on a 3D printer. You can draw your own or start with an existing image. Suggested by Corey Kilbane, 12/12/2013
Martin Burrett

They Draw & Cook - 91 views

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    A visually stunning site with thousands of user generated and searchable illustrated recipes for you to try in your school cookery session. Some more a piece of art than a recipe, these can be printed to add some colour to your school kitchen or used as an example of instructional writing in English. http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/Food+&+Cookery
Martin Burrett

Gojee - Welcome - 27 views

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    This is a service like StumbleUpon, but for food and recipes. The site links to user recommended recipes from all over the web. A great place to find inspiration for cookery lessons. http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/Food+&+Cookery
Roland Gesthuizen

Learning | Inter.Connect.Ed - 40 views

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    In a knowledge economy it's not about transmitting content, it's about giving students a 'High Order' question under which multiple outcomes hang. Then allowing the students to respond to the question using the resources provided, their prior learning and the worldwide library that is the internet.
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