Cerebellum Corporation has developed the Teaching Systems: Nutrition series for grades 6-12 to teach students about healthy living and essential nutrition topics using a unique and humorous approach. Available at the end of September, the series is based on state standards and the USDA's updated nutrition guidelines.
Teaching Systems: Nutrition offers a comprehensive review of the most important topics in nutrition including micro and macronutrients, nutritional disorders, sustainability, nutritional labels, the food spectrum and more. The material is presented in Standard Deviants fashion, utilizing a fun, engaging approach aided by humorous on-screen graphics. A supplemental digital workbook that includes lesson plans, graphic organizers, key terms and practice problems to reinforce the video topics is provided with each module.
The complete Teaching Systems product line combines entertaining video with digital workbooks to reinforce difficult topics in core curriculum subjects. Each program is based on state standards and provides a unique approach to classroom learning. The Teaching Systems programs have received accolades for the multicultural cast of young actors, clean and organized graphics and upbeat delivery of information.
Teaching Systems: Nutrition (single SRP: $49.98, complete series SRP: $359.98) includes: Cells & Macronutrients, What Your Body Does With Food, The Food Spectrum, Micronutrients: Vitamins, Minerals & Water, Preventing Nutritional Disorders, Eating in Context, Where Does Your Food Come From and The Savvy Eater. This series will be available on September 26, 2011. To learn more about this series, visit www.cerebellum.com.
Source: Cerebellum, www.cerebellum.com