Promoting students' wellbeing through a videogame on healthy nutrition

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Elena Milli

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May 17, 2022, 4:18:00 PM5/17/22
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Dear all,
We need your cooperation to test a fun online educational game on healthy eating for pupils aged 9 and more.
It is important to prevent food disorders and to promote healthy eating habits among children and young people that can have a positive impact throughout their lives. In order to engage them in a process of active change, thanks to the experts of the Horizon 2020 project 'PROTEIN', an online cooperative game of learning about food has been developed developed: Robo-cook Path.
What is the objective of this game? To test young chefs' knowledge of food and learn how to make delicious recipes while cooperating towards a common goal.
Let your students have fun while learning healthy habits and English!

The game is played by 3 players connected by 3 different computers, each with a role: Expert, Shopper and Cook. The game has 3 difficulty levels: - Junior - Senior - Advanced. Detailed information about the game can be found in the attached guide. Share it with your colleagues that can be interested.
In case of problems or doubts don't hesitate to contact me (elena...@europole.org)

Thank you for helping us and your students to develop a healthier lifestyle and mindset.


You can learn more about PROTEIN and its results through different channels:
 www.protein-h2020.eu
Twitter: @ProteinEU
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/protein_eu/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ProteinEu


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Elena Milli
Polo Europeo della Conoscenza - IC Bosco Chiesanuova
www.europole.org

elenamilli(@)europole.org
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Robo-cook-Guide-EN.pdf
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