The World Food Prize Foundation

Educator Resources

Introducing World Food Prize Teacher Resources! All materials are available at no cost to educators and are designed to bring global learning concepts into your classroom, club, or community. 

 

Growing Hope Globally - Global Food Security Challenge Curriculum

Free interdisciplinary lesson plans that provide students the opportunity to explore real-world challenges in food security. Each module can be used on their own or as a group and align with national teaching standards. Find more information and access all 3 modules here

 

World Food Prize Modified Hunger Banquet

 This resource is an adaptation of the famous Oxfam Hunger Banquet. Educators can modify this   curriculum for any age group! 

 

Healthy or Wealthy? Food and Consumer Science Curriculum

Food and Consumer Science education and global food security are deeply connected. This curriculum was designed by FCS teacher Katie Brouwer to help students explore food security issues through the lens of nutritional and economic impact. Students will analyze factors that influence nutrition and wellness on a local and global scale. 

 

Revolution Hunger Case Studies

         West Africa: Biofortification in a Food Chain Approach

            Costa Rica: Food Security, Nutrition, and Health

 

World Food Prize on Pinterest

Find credible sources, online educational tools and book recommendations from our favorite authors -   and it's all in one place! Click here to be directed to our educator-focused Pinterest page. 

 

World Food Prize Q & A with Global Leaders

Dr. Chavonda Jacobs-Young, Acting Chief Scientist, U.S. Department of Agriculture

 

 

© 2021 The World Food Prize Foundation. All Rights Reserved.