Communicating Nutrition: The Authoritative Guide is available in print and as an eBook.
The Instructor's Resource Kit is available by request exclusively to dietetics educators.
The Instructor Resource Kit is comprised of these key parts:
- The Resource Manual provides practical advice for implementing Communicating Nutrition in a dedicated course as well as across the curriculum for undergraduate and graduate level courses. The Resource Manual includes an overview of each of the book’s eight sections, teaching tips, and a list of the accompanying resources found in the ancillary folder for each section.
- Teaching resources are provided in electronic folders for each section and include downloadable and editable files of PowerPoint slides, reading reflections and discussion questions, classroom activities, assignments, projects with grading rubrics, and supplemental resources. A sample semester-long project is included along with turnkey materials and grading rubrics. All teaching resources can be edited to customize for your course.
- PowerPoint slides are provided to match the book and include complete ready-to-use slides and talking points for section 1. Template slides for the remaining chapters and sections include a chapter title slide, key questions to address, and selected figures from each chapter. These may be customized to fit the needs of your course.
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"Thank you for creating the supplemental Instructor Resource Kit! The ideas guided our sequencing of assignments, which were easy to modify, and the grading rubrics were extremely helpful. We plan to formally adopt the text and incorporate it in our graduate nutrition communication course."
— Sara A Blackburn, RDN, DSc, DD, LD, Director Dietetic Internship, Department of Nutrition & Dietetics, Indiana University Purdue University IUPUI