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FCS 3352: Nutrition Education & Counseling   Tags: dietetics, family & consumer sciences, nutrition  

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Subject Guide Learning Outcomes

Students will learn about the peer review process in order to understand the distinct properties of scholarly publications.

Students will learn about evidence based reports in order to determine whether a clinical solution exists for their topic or target audience.

Students will search in a article databases in order to locate specific evidence to support their strategies.

Students will understand the proper citation style in order to reference their sources properly.

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You have many assignments for this class some of which require support from articles.

For example, assignment #3:

For this paper, you must cite at least 2 related peer-reviewed journal articles to support your ideas. Citations can refer to counseling methods used, nutrition instruction provided, or specific examples of nutrition issues addressed.

 The therapeutic diet educational presentation:

Use three peer-reviewed references to support your teaching (i.e. sources for pathophysiology, MNT, nutrition education, teaching styles, etc.), and list references of all sources you used for your report and visuals you created using the JAMA citation format. 

The school nutrition education teaching project:

All references should be cited.  A minimum of three recent (within the last 5 years) peer-reviewed journal articles are required.  Use the AMA citation style (use information provided by SPU library). 

The following journals should contain articles pertinent to nutrition education:  Journal of Nutrition Education & Behavior, Journal of the Academy of Nutrition & Dietetics, Journal of Child Nutrition & Management, Today’s Dietitian, School Nutrition, and Early Childhood Research Quarterly.

See your assignment packet and course schedule for full details.



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