How We Measure
To measue the impact of our efforts on both a short and long term basis, we use the following datasets and critera to establish our baseline.
- Pre+Post Quizes
- Teacher Evaluation
- Follow Up Surveys
- Two Year Impact
The 2016/17 report
On the day of the workshop, we test the students knowledge on what they know before the workshop as well as the informatuion they learned during the workshop. Here are the results for the 2016/17 school year.
More curious about what’s in your food?
Will you use your new skills?
comparing the years
After the workshop, students are asked to rate their experience on a scale of 1-10 (10 being the highest).
“I'm reading the labels on everything!” 4th Grade Student
Did you enjoy today's workshop?
“I love this workshop every year. It aligns to core stndards, is engaging, and is so important to kids.” 4th Grade Teacher
The 2.5 hour workshops spark curiosity about what’s really in the foods we eat; teach everyone how to read nutririon labels and ingredient lists; raise awareness about how food companies are marketing to the public; and let everyone be chefs, cooking and eating tasty, nourshing recipes.
Would recommed this workshop to fellow educators
Say the program was worthwhile
Say the curriculum level was just right, 4% saying it was slightly too advanced.
Have you shared anything you learned in a workshop with your own family or friends?
- 89.1% Yes
- 10.9% No
Overall would you say participating in the workshop has made you more curious about what’s really in the foods you eat?
- 78.3% Yes
- 17.4% No
- 4.3% Somewhat
Did you find the workshop personally informative?
- 65.2% Yes
- 34.8% No