This is encouraged by means of a theoretical and practical knowledge, the autonomy of our children by making them grow in knowledge, food safety and health.
The aim is to introduce children will s @ s in the food culture through their own consumption and feeding habits.
Leave the “secondary morality” as the only method in the food and educational dynamics. Secondary morality is to see and hear and decontextualized abstract messages about food and diet. The “primary morality” incorporates the physical context, social and sensory accompanying food (time, place, smells, textures, flavors, people, events and words) and the origin of the food we eat (food production in the field, thinking about food, design menus, fresh food in collective events, shopping, cooking and keep the cooked). In short, break the distance between knowing and doing. Combining abstract knowledge receipt of the activity, the proximity and prominence.
Many activities can be done in school, dining, meet, breakfasts, parties mentioned, etc. But also in the house. We need a low-level plan – although high stimulation and mid term, coordinated between school, family, shopping in the market (local if possible, if we leave some alive), cooking, collective participation in responsible consumption and agro-ecological farm visits.
S Training of trainers
Before becoming a teacher is to be @ s alumni @ s. We need to study and train trainer @ s among the socially active in the defense of food security. Since September 2009, the Study Group on Responsible Consumption Agro ecology (GEAR) have launched a training workshop weekly.
1. The new international food order.
1. Key concepts: Nutrition. Agriculture. Agro ecology. Consumption. Food Globalization. Food safety. Food sovereignty. Precautionary principle.
2. Features: ECONOMIC: “Modernization” economic. Free trade in food. Green Revolution. Commercialization, industrialization and globalization of agriculture and nutrition. Large-scale, global distribution and mass consumption. SOCIAL AND POLITICAL: A) Economic Rationale: Free market. Competitiveness in the cockpit. Market economy, market policy and market policy. B) Food Policy: Common Agricultural Policy Consumer Protection Laws Consumer yawl @ s @ s. A win equal rights force. Fight against hunger. Development aid. Humanitarian Intervention. C) food globalization Institutions: FARO, GATT, TWO, WB, IF, EG, OECD, WHO, ONE, G-20. D) Stakeholders in the food globalization: corporations, governments, economic blocks (EG, FATE, ALBA, ASEAN, etc.), Farmers, distributors and consumers. MILITARY: Violence-free direct rule or warranty. Invasions, genocide, repression, terror laws against indigenous, peasants, laborers and popular movements. PSYCHOLOGICAL AND CULTURAL Food and advertising. The figure of the consumer. Consumer democracy. FEEDBACK MILITARY FORCES, ECONOMIC, SOCIAL, POLITICAL, CULTURAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL FOR THE DEPLOYMENT PROCESS UNINTERRUPTED.
3. Consequences: Destruction of small competitive farming and petty trading. Replacement of the peasant farmer and health foods for food goods. Urbanization, motorization, pollution, desertification, climate change, environmental disasters and displacement of the natural world by the artificial world, food insecurity (hunger, junk food, food-borne diseases, epidemics and pandemics food).
4. Economic crisis and food insecurity.
5. Flu, vaccines and food globalization. Epidemics of economic globalization: road, cancer, heart, obesity, diabetes, AIDS, malaria, global flu, wars, pollution, market democracy, dissolution of social relations, racism, migration, crisis care, machismo. The swine flu, a human epidemic and predictable. Background: the Spanish flu and bird flu. The jump the species barrier. Pandemic. Alert levels. Vaccines. Health alert and alarm. The WHO strategy. Role of economic and political power. The multinational food and pharmaceutical industries. Scenarios swine-seasonal flu. Remedial policies against epidemics, food and dietary control of epidemics. Decalogue on the swine flu.
2. In support of food safety and responsible consumption.
1. What is a good food? Wheel and food guide pyramid. Diet recommended. Hazardous foods. Food to replace.
2. The transformation of food preferences in Spain: A) Changes in eating habits. From autarky to market democracy. From famine to junk food. Process and players. 30 years of advertising. B) The pyramid of taste. C) feeding schedule. Snack between meals. Current food trends (devolution desimplantacion resynchronization and relocation, simplification and individualization)
3. The Ecological Patient. Initiative for popular self-managed and responsible consumption.
3. Participatory research for a work plan for the food culture and consumption in the educational responsibility.
1. Emerging food tastes. Wheel of interventions, reflecting the advertising slogan specific arguments of the participants in the group. Textual analysis. Return to the group. Debate. Conclusions. Developing lesson plans and methodologies for awareness of the tastes sickening and training process. (Parents, children, teachers, staff; infant, primary and secondary).
2. Workshops for changing consumer habits. Participation in the development of knowledge. Participatory and democratic legitimization of knowledge. To link the eating habits with food diseases and disorders (overweight, obesity, diabetes, hypertension, tooth decay, cancer, constipation, etc.).. Performance of scenes and plays different roles allocating assets in food habit formation
3. Learn to cook. Taste, taste, pleasure. Aesthetics, form, color. Ethics, purpose, social food safety, respect for nature, food security and sovereignty. Dialogue between generations, oral tradition and practice. Cooking workshops for children will enamored @ see s parents in distress.
Objectives of the course.
* Promote interdisciplinary theoretical work (responsible consumers, nutritionists, organic farmers, experts in agro ecology, rural, environmentalists, teachers, parents, etc.). From within the social processes in support of food security and agro-ecological responsible consumption.
* Basic training food for people committed to responsible consumption. Experiencing new forms of intervention and social organization in defense of food security. Producing knowledge that, in real time, dynamic support local food education and responsible consumption, as they require. In turn, the course will receive the strength of these processes contributing to both its theoretical foundations, as well as socialization practices more useful and interesting.
* Several local initiatives, some with a forced tradition in the promotion of food culture in schools, others are new and others in preparation, constitute the basic social territory for the training workshop.
* The relationship between collective dynamics and participatory members of this research will be horizontal, autonomous, cooperative, mutually supportive and free voluntary.
* The “swine flu, vaccines and food globalization” of the Study Group on Responsible Consumption Agro ecology (GEAR) proposed to us in the ongoing synergies between our work and the campaign.
* The Feminist Collective “The Patient,” he reflects on “food sovereignty and Gender.”
* The School of Education Permanent Food Valences “participate in the course.
* The Collective “Candela”, editor of the Journal “Embers”-expression of a long history in the “Area of Education, Exclusion, Children” – suggests we do a monograph on Nutrition Education for the magazine.
* We will try to develop lesson plans, methodologies, sheets, posters and brochures that serve as instructional material, cultural promotion and social communication adapted to each medium.
* Every day, at least two people, will present the subject matter of days. Later will be discussed and evaluation. Papers written with minimal preparation will be published on the website of The Patient as work materials.
* Implementation over the course of the concepts and practical processes and methodologies in social communication. Evaluation of the results.
* The thread of the course shall be as specified in the program. It is within the ability and willingness of the groups participating, put food on the events relevant to the study materials.
* Approximate number of attendees compatible with this participatory approach: 20.
* “Food consumption and health.” Cecilia Diaz and Christopher Gomez (Cord). Social Studies series No. 24. Cobra Social Foundation La Caiman (2008).
* “Agro ecology and Consumption. Theory and Practice. ” VIA. Cord. Pillar Galindo. Editorial Kayakers 2006.
* “The anti-globalization movement in his labyrinth. Among the cloud of mosquitoes and the parliamentary left. ” VIA. Cord. Editorial Cataract and CASE AM 2003.
* Education and Food Consumption. In the educational experiences. ” Journal of Social Dialogue 2nd half 2009, No. 21. Candela Cultural Association.