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References and resources

References specifically referred to or quoted from in the text are indicated with an asterisk (*).

* Child Development Foundation of New Zealand. Reaching Out: A Social Skills Programme for Forms 1–2 (Yrs 7–8). Auckland: Child Development Foun­dation of New Zealand, 1995.

* Duncan, Pip and Liz Fitchett. Safe Food: A Food Safety Course for the Food Worker. Auckland:  Addison Wesley Longman, 1996.

* Foundation for Peace Studies Aotearoa/New Zealand Inc. Cool Schools Peer Mediation Programme. Auckland: Foundation for Peace Studies Aotearoa/ NewZealand Inc., 1992.

Microsoft. Encarta ’96. (CD-ROM)

* Ministry of Education. Creating a Positive Classroom Community: Relation­ships Years 4–6. Wellington: Learning Media, 1999. Ministry of Education. Health and Physical Education Database.

Ministry of Education. Healthy People Eat Healthy Food: Food and Nutrition Years 1–3. Wellington: Learning Media, 1999.

* Ministry of Education. Safety and Technology Education: A Guidance Manual for New Zealand Schools. Wellington:  Learning Media, 1998.

* Ministry of Health. Child Health Programme Review. Wellington: Ministry of Health, 1998.

Ministry of Health. Food and Nutrition Guidelines for Healthy Adolescents: A Background Paper. Wellington: Ministry of Health, 1998.

* National Nutrition Education in Schools Project. Food and Nutrition in Action: A Curriculum Development Package. Carlton, South Victoria: Curriculum Corporation, 1996.

* Tasker, G., R. Hipkins, J. Whatman, and P. Parker. Taking Action: Life Skills in Health Education. Wellington: Learning Media, 1994.

The following resources are available from local Public Health Services. Contact details are in local telephone books.

* Ministry of Health. Food Fantastic: Eating for Healthy Adolescents. (4389) Wel­lington Ministry of Health, 1998.

* Ministry of Health. Food Safety: A Fifth Form Science Resource. (8025) Wel­lington: Ministry of Health, 1997. (Teaching resource kit containing the video Don’t Bug Me) 

* Ministry of Health. Food Safety: Forms One and Two Resource.  (8025) Welling­ton: Ministry of Health, 1997. (Teaching resource kit)

* Ministry of Health. Healthy Eating for Vegetarians. (8001) Wellington: Ministry of Health, 1997.

* Ministry of Health. Take Care with Kai (Āta Whakaarohia te kai). (6016) Welling­ton: Public Health Commission, 1995. (A learning kit for Māori food safety) 

Pamphlets

5+ a Day. Fresh Fruit and Vegetables 5 + a Day Week: 1998 Activities.

Arthritis Foundation of New Zealand. Fit but Fragile? Advice on Bone Health.

* Arthritis Foundation of New Zealand. Osteoporosis: “Look After Dem Bones.” Dairy Advisory Board. Bright Ideas for Getting All the Calcium You Need. Dairy Advisory Board. Cutting Down on Fat and Staying Healthy. Dairy Advisory Board. Mission: Dairy Energy. Wellington: Learning Media, 1998. (Multimedia resource kit: Teachers’ notes and CD-ROM) 

* Ministry of Health. Food Fantastic: Eating for Healthy Adolescents.  

(4397) 1997. Ministry of Health. Health Facts – Vegetarian Diets. (4226) 1987. New Zealand Beef and Lamb Marketing Bureau. 7 Out of 10 Women Don’t Get

Enough Iron: Are You One of Them? New Zealand Beef and Lamb Marketing Bureau. Beef for Iron.

New Zealand Beef and Lamb Marketing Bureau. Iron, the Body’s Gold. New Zealand Beef and Lamb Marketing Bureau.  Piau tō kura tīnana.

Te Hotu Manawa Māori: Ngā Rourou Kai E Toru.

The Heart Foundation/Te Hotu Manawa Whānui. Get Real with Food. (NHF No.90/1994) The Heart Foundation/Te Hotu Manawa Whānui. Pick the Tick. (FAP001) 


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