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Title: 食育が児童の給食に対する態度に及ぼす影響
Other Titles: The Influence of Food and Nutrition Education on Children's Attitude towards School Lunch
Authors: 溝上, 彩
Mizokami, Aya
Keywords: children
food and nutrition education
children’s attitude towards school lunch
overcoming foods they don’t like
diet and nutrition teacher
Issue Date: 29-Jan-2021
Publisher: 京都女子大学食物学会
Abstract: Objectives: 1. To clarify relevance between children’s degree of recognition on healthy diet and their attitude towards school lunch. 2. To examine and compare influences of school lunch providing system and food and nutrition classes on children’s attitude towards school lunch. Methods: A questionnaire method for 400 children of fourth to sixth grade of public elementary schools and their 5 teachers in charge of food and nutrition education. Results: In food and nutrition education at school, children citing the education was useful to overcome foods they don’t like ate school lunch up and checked a school lunch menu frequently. In the education by school, it was suggested that children at a school which had its own kitchen to provide school lunch with more classes by a diet and nutrition teacher cited these two things. They felt the education helped them overcome foods they don’t like, and highly recognized that they learned healthy diet from a diet and nutrition teacher. Conclusion: Having children have awareness of the usefulness that the education helped them overcome foods they don’t like was significantly related with children’s attitude towards school lunch. It was suggested that instructions by a diet and nutrition teacher and providing system of school lunch had influence on children’s attitude towards school lunch. The education leading to successful experiences - children themselves recognize and learn healthy diet, and they could overcome foods they don’t like - need to be pursued.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11173/3183
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