Forgot Your Password?

Forgot your username? Contact us

Breakfast Boosts Brain Power

By
Kerri Morton,   Santa Rita High School
Play:
Topics:
Access to Healthy Foods, Student Leadership,  Success with Funds
Breakfast Boosts Brain Power

I presented the breakfast power point and I feel it went pretty well. I was very nervous at first, then I got comfortable presenting. The class interacted, by answering questions, giving their own opinion and participating in the activities. Overall the presentation was a success; I was able to get across why breakfast is so important.

How did you accomplish your goals?

I was able to present the class with information that can really help them from here on out. The power point allowed me to show them how and why breakfast is so important. It gave examples on what can happen if they don't eat breakfast and if they do and they did realized the difference at the end of it.

What challenges did you face and how did you overcome them?

I was very nervous and am really bad at public speaking so presenting to the class was challenging to me. I was able to overcome it by focusing on was I was reading and the class also helped by participating. It made me feel better because I felt like no one was actually listening to me, but they were.

How did students and adults work together as a team?

During the second activity the students as well as my teacher worked together to make a recipe for a breakfast pizza. I was able to tell that they used the information they had learned from the power point to make a recipe. They were communicating with each other on what would be good on the pizza and good for them. They ended up coming up with a great recipe for a breakfast pizza.