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Next Webinar: June 13

Tasting Success: Evaluating Your Teaching Kitchen Program to Assess Behavior Change

This webinar is the 3rd installment in our series: Teaching Kitchens: Transforming Lives – A Four-Part Study of Behavior Change. This session is entitled Tasting Success – Evaluating Your Teaching Kitchen Program to Assess Behavior Change.  It is designed for teaching kitchen practitioners who are newer to evaluation, and will focus on  both quantitative and qualitative evaluation methods.

Lynn Fredericks, founder of FamilyCook Productions and Pam Koch, faculty director at the Tisch Food Center, Teacher’s College, Columbia University will guide participants through the initial stages of evaluation, including the critical differentiation between process and outcome evaluation. This session will also delve into the appropriate use of various evaluation tools and methodologies suitable for different types of research, emphasizing practical applications and real-world examples provided Karina Díaz Rios, PhD, RDN from the UC Merced Agriculture and Natural Resources and Mical K. Shilts, PhD, from Sacramento State University. Miranda A. Moore, PhD from Emory University will provide a range of support for getting started with program evaluation provided to members of the Teaching Kitchen Collaborative. Participants will gain a comprehensive understanding of when IRB approvals are necessary and how to utilize the TKC tools for evaluation effectively.

1.25 CPEU pending for dietitians who attend the webinar live.

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