The Math and Science of Fast Food

Is all fast food the same?  This is a short term, inquiry-based, set of lessons that gets students fired up about what they eat.  Students explore the world of fast food and learn some key concepts about nutrition, as well as improving their estimation skills.  They will learn great critical thinking skills, and compare food facts with their preconceived ideas about what makes for "good eats".  A fun and engaging activity for kids in grades 6-8.

Target Audience

Grades 6 to 8

To Bring/Important Notes

In order to participate in the hands on component of this workshop please bring a laptop or a tablet.

Sessions

1:30 PM - 3:00 PM

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Presenter

  • James Gill

    James Gill is a teacher in SD43/Coquitlam. Currently he teaches grades 4 and 5 in the Reggio Inspired program at Meadowbrook Elementary. Over his 19 year career, he has taught at elementary, middle, and secondary levels, is one of 26 Microsoft Innovative Educator Fellows for Canada, and has been a speaker and presenter at national and international conferences. He loves cooking, travel, fitness and family.