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Title: The impact of classroom scheduling on student in nutrition in full-day early learning kindergarten (ELK) versus traditional full-day junior/senior kindergarten classes
Authors: Dinnes, Charley-Anne
Keywords: School scheduling;kindergarten;nutrition;school health;appetite,;dietary intake
Issue Date: 16-Dec-2014
Abstract: Background This thesis assessed the quality/quantity of student lunches amongst children using either the Early Learning Kindergarten (ELK) or full-day junior/senior kindergarten schedule; both of which differed in regards to school scheduling. ELK students were allotted two 40 minute nutrition breaks compared to the full day junior/senior kindergarten schedule who were allotted two 20 minute nutrition breaks.
URI: https://zone.biblio.laurentian.ca/dspace/handle/10219/2475
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