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Teaching with Older Youth - Shared screen with speaker view
Jennifer Ferreira
18:04
Angsty
Robert Tapia
18:08
Stubborn
Melissa Vang
18:17
Insecure
Shyra Murrey
18:17
Awkward
Jennifer Ferreira
18:18
DRAMATIC
Clara Wilshire
18:20
carefree
Elaine Silver
18:21
self conscious
Amanda Colegrove
18:22
Ambitious
Jennifer Ferreira
18:23
sorry that was two words
Monica Drazba
18:23
Friends
Rosemary Carter
18:29
insecure
Jennifer Ferreira
18:33
;)
Leah Sourbeer
18:37
doubt
Claudia Carlos
18:45
selfish
Carrie Yarwood
18:51
Bratty
Deborah Weeks
18:55
Unsure
Marina Aguilera
19:00
Opinionated
Lori Coker
19:02
Self Centered-two words...
Keilani Cordero
19:08
awkward
Daisy Valdez
19:08
self-conscious
Arab Al Bayati
19:40
calm
Christine Davidson
19:53
Energetic
Clara Wilshire
20:02
carefree
Cynthia Orozco
20:19
sassy
Claudia Carlos
26:25
Please repeat the percentage with prediabetes
Arab Al Bayati
27:03
18%
Claudia Carlos
27:27
thank you!
Lyn Brock
28:13
ages 12-18, 18%
Monica Drazba
30:02
they are able to identify problems within their communities
Robert Tapia
30:03
the are unafraid to give their opinion on if they like food items or cooking preparations
Elaine Silver
30:04
they can be very thoughtful about their needs
Daisy Valdez
30:15
They can teach their peers and advocate
Jennifer Ferreira
30:18
They’re ready to think about things more critically, they’re funny and interesting, they’re more engaged with the wider world than littles
Jackie Barahona
30:26
Older youth can teach younger sibilings about healthy eating
Christine Davidson
30:28
They can be more opened minded then adults
Carrie Yarwood
30:57
Not too late to make an impression
Cynthia Orozco
31:09
vocal but sometimes dont like to take initiative
Arab Al Bayati
31:14
They want to take their responsibility about themseklves
Dalila Lizarraga
33:54
Some have no respect for adults...
Robert Tapia
35:11
keeping material engaging enough for their short attention span.
Carrie Yarwood
35:25
Bratty ;)
Jennifer Ferreira
35:36
It takes time to earn their trust and we don’t always get that much time with them
Clara Wilshire
35:36
They are very distracted, the phones are a big issue
Cynthia Orozco
35:38
sassy
Elaine Silver
35:47
Peer Pressure influences how they behave
Lori Coker
35:51
gaining trust
Dalila Lizarraga
35:57
I agree with Elain
Lorena Hoyos
35:58
Sometimes they don't care about the topic and are not afraid to express that
Robert Tapia
36:03
I agree Jennifer, we would need to gain that trust in the short amount of time we have with them
Arab Al Bayati
36:34
I agree with Clara phone is a big problem
Claudia Carlos
36:37
Some are too cool to care about health, nutrition or gardening
Deborah Weeks
36:45
keep them engaged in the conversation
Daisy Valdez
36:58
Clique
Dalila Lizarraga
37:13
socioeconomic status affects which foods they can afford to buy... Some of the "cooler" kids can afford to buy soda or a bag of chips rather than bring food from home.
Daisy Valdez
37:14
don't want to talk or work with others
Monica Drazba
37:28
some may have underlying family issues that are hard to detect or address in only a few meetings. example homelessness, foster care
Robert Tapia
37:44
also food insecurity
Jennifer Ferreira
39:50
How did you come up with those possible answers, and why is appearance not an option? Just curious
Lorena Hoyos
41:54
We taught a high school workshop a couple of weeks ago and when we asked why it is important for them to have healthy habits, one said so they can look great at age 40
Lyn Brock
42:15
Response choices were just a sample. Definitely other choices are valid.
Jennifer Ferreira
42:27
ok thanks
yu meng
45:56
sorry I missed, what is KWL and KWI
Lyn Brock
46:09
K - what I know
Lyn Brock
46:25
W- what I want to know L- what I learned
yu meng
46:29
thank you
Lyn Brock
46:39
I - what impact it has on my life
Amanda Colegrove
48:27
Hi - I'm here, thanks, Lynn
Robert Tapia
52:47
How would we address specific chronic illnesses that are directly connected to weight without "over emphasizing" them?
Robert Tapia
53:35
yes
Elaine Silver
54:02
Letting them know that healthy eating and l listening to hunger cues help them monitor what they eat.
Arab Al Bayati
54:48
Giving idea to manage time of eating not al the day
Robert Tapia
55:54
thank you for the clarification.
Clara Wilshire
01:12:09
Have students participate in food demos.
Robert Tapia
01:13:14
when talking about popular culture you can make an activity of trying a new food or restaurant they found on social media
socorro gutierrez
01:13:40
I ask the question "what do you want to know about Food Safety". This allows older outh to stay engaged because their interests are being acknowledged.
Elaine Silver
01:15:00
And as with adults, if a medical problem is brought up, they should check with their doctor.
Jennifer Ferreira
01:46:05
KWI
Arab Al Bayati
01:46:18
KWL
Jennifer Ferreira
01:46:24
planning to use it this summer with my teens
Robert Tapia
01:46:33
KWI and non traditional sites to recruit at
Nicole Ogosi
01:46:36
Raffle tickets for youth participation
Elaine Silver
01:46:37
Had never heard of KWI either. Thank you. Different sites to recruit.
Lori Coker
01:46:43
jepardy game
Daisy Valdez
01:46:48
KWI, Connect w/ inner caregiver instead of critic
Lorena Hoyos
01:46:50
raffle tickets
Clara Wilshire
01:46:58
liked the updates for Hunger Attack.
Lorena Hoyos
01:47:00
GIS mapping fast food
Cristina Luquin
01:47:02
Ideas for delivery enhancement
Amanda Colegrove
01:47:03
KWI; raffle and jeopardy!
Monica Drazba
01:47:04
KWI
Veronica Van Cleave
01:47:09
Using inquiry based questions to engage students and relating via pop culture
Dalila Lizarraga
01:47:11
raffle tix
Amanda Colegrove
01:47:12
more open ended questions
socorro gutierrez
01:47:12
KWL and the Middle College High School connection
Itzel Palacios
01:47:23
KWI, thinking about how to better engage the students (raffle tickets, points) and inner caregiver
Carrie Yarwood
01:47:27
KWL
Keilani Cordero
01:47:31
engagement strategies
Elaine Silver
01:47:40
Important to know your group!
Cristina Luquin
01:47:45
Highly interested in the in-person training
Elaine Silver
01:48:19
Thank you. Great meeting!
Jennifer Ferreira
01:48:21
thank you