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Conferences

  • The FIRST Annual Conference on Native American Nutrition- here in Minnesota!

    The First Annual Conference on Native American Nutrition presents a first-of-its-kind opportunity to share and advance knowledge related to the dietary health of Native communities.

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  • Teens, Technology and Social Media: Free Webinar Sept 10

    Teens, Technology and Social Media: Impacts on Healthy Relationship Development Significant numbers of teens and young adults use social media as their main source of communicating with friends both those they have met in person and online. Today’s technology allows adolescents instant but distant access to each other yet at what price? We wonder – “How will social media affect young people’s ability to build healthy, ongoing relationships? How will the new technologies affect their social skills? What can we do to help teens and young adults navigate this new terrain safely while building essential interpersonal skills?” ...

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  • Webinar Invitation (5/22): OCTAE Presents a Common Framework for 21st Century Employability Skills

    This looks like a good fit for a lot of readers... You are Invited! Webinar: OCTAE Presents a Common Framework for 21st Century Employability Skills May 22, 2014 • 2:00 – 3:00 p.m. (EST) Please join the Office of Career, Technical, and Adult Education (OCTAE) for a webinar to learn about strategies for integrating employability skills into high quality career technical education programs. The webinar will address why employability skills matter from the federal and state policy and employer perspectives and demonstrate the potential uses of OCTAE’s newly updated Employability Skills Framework website. Implementation strategies, including applications for the workforce...

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  • Science, Democracy, and a Healthy Food Policy

    Looks like a great event and it will be available via live webcast... The Union of Concerned Scientists is having a public forum at the University of Minnesota on May 6th. This unique evening will be a one-time opportunity to join leading experts and advocates and engaged citizens throughout the country to explore how science can be a more valuable tool in advancing healthier food environments for communities nationwide. Invite and RSVP info is below: Science, Democracy, and a Healthy Food Policy A Lewis M. Branscomb Forum Date: Tuesday, May 6 Time: 4:30-7:00 p.m. CDT (5:30- 8 p.m. EDT), with reception to follow Location...

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  • Girls: A No Ceilings Conversation: April 17

    This looks like an inspiring event... On April 17th, Secretary Hillary Rodham Clinton and Chelsea Clinton will host Girls: A No Ceilings Conversation as part of the Clinton Foundation’s No Ceilings: The Full Participation Project.  This event will begin a dialogue with girls from across the country about their lives, experiences, and hopes for the future While the event will take place in New York City, we want to broaden this conversation to include girls in schools and organizations from across the country.  We will be livestreaming the event and connecting to classrooms and organizations remotely. If you're interested in getting your school or...

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  • National Eating Disorders Awareness Week

    National Eating Disorders Awareness Week is February 24 to March 2. This year's NEDAwareness Week theme is "Everybody Knows Somebody" because awareness of eating disorders is certainly spreading. We learned more about eating disorders working with Emmy award-winning documentary filmmaker and host Larkin McPhee on her follow up to Dying to Be Thin - Recovering: Anorexia Nervosa and Bulimia Nervosa. The DVD uncovers the challenges of coping with an eating disorder. It features experts in the field outlining symptoms, science behind the diseases and statistics. While real people recovering from the diseases talk frankly about their challenges coping with Anorexia Nervosa and Bulimia Nervosa...

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  • School Nutrition Industry Conference – Next Week

    Top reason we’re looking forward to the School Nutrition Industry Conference – it’s a great conference every year. Second reason? It’s in Florida and right now it’s -20 degrees in Minnesota. But back to reason number one… The plan for the conference… The landscape of school nutrition involves three key components - customers, products and marketing - and each day will be devoted to exploring one component in depth. We’re excited to be learning more in depth and we’re really proud to take part in the process. Our own Londa Arnfelt is presenting at an Innovation Station. You have to...

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  • National 4-H Youth Summit Healthy Living Conference – This Week!

    We are so excited to be attending the National 4-H Youth Summit Healthy Living Conference this week. It’s always a great opportunity to meet some fantastic kids and of course we also enjoy talking to their adult leaders. For folks who haven’t been, here’s a brief description… It's four days of hands-on learning, exciting sessions led by passionate healthy living experts, interactive workshops, supplemental curriculum and tools, tour healthy living advocacy agencies in Washington, DC, hotel accommodations at National 4-H Youth Conference Center, meals and a guided night time tour of the monuments and memorials in Washington, DC. All meals...

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  • Free Webinar on Wed: Managing Conflict - Addressing the Four Communication Danger Signs

    Looks like a good session as we head back to the classrooms... Managing Conflict: Addressing the Four Communication Danger Signs Research has shown that how people communicate and handle their conflicts over time will matter greatly to the health and happiness of their relationships. Communication skills transfer to all types of relationships - work, school, peers, family and parent-child.  This webinar will identify negative patterns acquired in every day life experiences - the Four Communication Danger Signs. An effective relationship skills program includes the identifying and resolving of these four danger signs. Guest presenter: Aaron Larson, Outreach Educator for The Dibble...

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  • Cyber Security Month Posters for the Classroom

    October is Cyber Security Month. Last week while attending the Cyber Security Conference we saw a few of the homemade cyber-security posters (such as the one seen below) that demonstrated the student’s awareness and understanding of cyber-security issues. We applaud the work of the students and teachers. Cyber-security can be a difficult lesson for both to learn. The Internet is a frontier that few teachers grew up learning. To help teachers reinforce cyber security and anti-cyberbullying strategies, Learning ZoneXpress has developed a series of posters to promote digital awareness and protection: [gallery link="file"] Cyberbullying Poster Great tips for tweens...

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