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All About Eating Right and Being Active

GUIDELINES FOR SAFETYNET LEARNING TOOLS

Topic: Healthy Living

Use the materials below to help others learn more about eating right and staying active. Download a copy of the Healthy Living Learning Tool Guidelines here: EnglishEspañol, Tagalog

LEARNING TOOLS

1.    Eat Right and Be Active Newsletter

2.    Eat Right and Be Active Article

3.    Healthy Living Goals

4.    My Plate - Healthy Eating Tips

5.    Meal Planning Tips

6.    Eating at a Fast Food Restaurant Tips

7.    Eating on a Budget Tips

8.    What Did I Eat for Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner Food Diary

9.    Places To Get Fruits and Vegetables Tips

10. What Do You Know? Healthy Living Quiz

11. Get Active Tips

12. Walking Safety Tips

13. Getting Active! Plan

14. Exercise Tips for People Who Have Seizures

15. Exercise Tips for People Who Use Wheelchairs

16. Eat Right, Get Active! Video

 

GENERAL INFORMATION

SafetyNet Learning Tools are designed to assist in providing information on a specific topic and to be used in a variety of learning environments.  These Learning Tools can be used during one-on-one conversations with an individual, or with small and larger groups.  

Before beginning a learning session, the presenter should review all SafetyNet Learning Tools on the topic.  The trainer can find additional material within the links provided on the SafetyNet Article and Newsletter.

BEFORE THE TRAINING

The presenter should:

  • Arrange adequate time and comfortable space for the training and discussion.
  • Arrange for any equipment needed, such as a laptop and projector.
  • Set up necessary equipment.
  • Print or photocopy enough materials for each individual to have their own copy.

TRAINING

The presenter:

  • Shows slide show.
  • Leads discussion of content and encourages open communication.
  • Reviews and discusses information on each of the handouts.
  • Asks questions to check for understanding.
  • Follows up with additional review and discussion as needed. 
  • Provide training in multiple sessions to assure adequate coverage and understanding of the topic.
Last updated on Wed, 05/14/2014 - 17:20