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Publisher: Schools Health Education Unit
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: HD, LB1603
In this article, we start with a history of Home Economics followed by a discussion of Home Economics in the Irish curriculum, the development of the profession and its pedagogical base; finally, we make a case drawing on the existing literature for home economists as key catalysts in any ‘whole of school’ programme around food and health.
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