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1Human Nutrition HSS 303 (3 credit hours)Instructor: Maji Koetter-Ali, MS, RD, LD-KY, CD-INEmail:[email protected]Office Hours: Tuesdays & Thursdays via emailFall 2020Distance/Virtual LearningCatalogue Description:Principles of nutrition and the importance of food for physical andsocial needs.Prerequisite: Chemistry 101 or 105 or 201Course Purpose: The emphasis of this class is to provide an understanding of basic nutrition,enabling students to make informed decisions regarding consumption patterns, thus contributingto a healthier lifestyle. The science of nutrition is firmly based on the principles of organicchemistry, biochemistry, and cellular biology. The course is designed to meet the curriculumneeds of the dental hygiene, nursing, and dietetic student who is required to take a professionalstate board or registration exam. This course is also designed to meet the basic nutritionknowledge needs of students with a health education concentration.Required Readings:Wardlaw's Contemporary Nutrition (SmartBook)Smith, 11ee-text (online only). Access can be purchasedhere.Technology Requirements. Students will be expected to upload assignments, artifacts, and/orrequired documents to the electronic assessment system in Blackboard.Student Learner Outcomes1. Candidates demonstrate knowledge acquisition within multiple content areas.2. Candidates understand the relationship of food to health and disease.3. Candidates can make informed personal decisions regarding food consumption.4. Candidates can plan for a healthy lifestyle throughout the lifespan.5. Candidates accurately and effectively communicates concepts, processes and/orknowledge and uses vocabulary that is clear, correct and appropriate for students.6. Candidates effectively connects most content, procedures, and activities with relevant lifeexperiences of students.7. Candidate uses instructional strategies that are clearly appropriate for the content andprocesses of the lesson and make a clear contribution to student learning.8. Candidate provides opportunities and guidance for students to consider lesson contentfrom different perspectives to extend their understanding.9. Candidate identifies misconceptions related to content and addresses them duringplanning and instruction.Relevant KTS standards met by course1. The teacher demonstrates a current and sufficient academic knowledge of certifiedcontent areas to develop student knowledge and performance in those areas.
2Relevent InTASC standards met by course1. The teacher understands the central concepts, tools of inquiry, and structures of thediscipline(s) he or she teaches and creates learning experiences that make theseaspects of the discipline accessible and meaningful for learners to assure mastery of thecontent.

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