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Posted 30 May 2015 - 10:41 AM

Teaching Techniques to Embed Scientific Principles and Food Safety
 

Presented by:
Emma Weston, Teacher and Industrial Advisor, The University of Nottingham 

 

Taking place:

Friday, June 05, 2015 (03:00 PM - 04:00 PM GMT).  This is a 10 a.m. Eastern Start.
 
This webinar outlines a number of teaching techniques that embed scientific principles into life-like and relevant contexts for Food Science graduates. To deliver the best and most employable Food Science graduates at Nottingham University we have developed a number of teaching techniques over recent years to embed scientific principles into life-like and relevant contexts aimed to help the students to envisage the challenges they may face in their future career in the food industry. In recently including PBL teaching into external business workshops it has become apparent that employees in food section could also get real benefit from being trained in specific food safety topics using this type of training. Ideas and approaches for use by food manufacturing companies are suggested. 

 

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Posted 05 June 2015 - 04:37 PM

Unedited chat logs from today's live webinar:

 

Judith: Good agternoon everyone!
Reda: Hello from Lithuania
Paul: Good morning from Michigan
Jose Aurelio: Good morning from Mexico
Rickey: Hello everybody
Brian: Good morning from St. Louis, MO
Deborah: Good Morning From San Francisco Bay, California the  very golden state
Francis : Waiting patiently for broadcast on Anglesey
JeffC: Hello
Wendy Hirst: Good morning from Lancaster PA
Lewis: Good Morning from Massachusetts, USA
Thomas: Good morning from Dallas, TX
Tatyana: hello from Belarus!
Noel: Good Day from East London South Africa
Emma: On from Oklahoma!
Brenda Hanlon: Good Morning from Nova Scotia
era: hello from izmir turkey
Myrto: Hello evreyone
Annaberth: Afternoon from Germany!
Maxine Campbell: Hello from JAMAICA
Dena: Greetings from Canada :)
Rehman Rasheed: Hello everyone from Bahrain
Kelly: Hello from Iowa, USA.
Lupita: Hello from France
Jose Aurelio: Hello from Mexico
David Levy: Shalom from Israel
Dominic: Greetings from Ireland
chacha: Hello from Tanzania
Gwynne: Hello from South Africa
Raymart Narsico: Hello! all the way from Philippines! :)
Carliu: Hello From Boston!
NANCY: Hello from Toronto
Melanie: Hello from Plattsburgh NY
Greg McNeal: Greetings from SanFrancisco Bay Area
Ali Murshed: from UAE
magdi: Hello ... magdi
MarlonQuita: hello from indonesia
magdi: From sudan
era  (private): proffessionalism
Ronald Wiseman: A self starter
shelendra: greetings from UAE
Amit: Hello to everyone.....
Melanie: Does anyone else have a black box saying please stand by in the middle of the slides?
Jose Aurelio: No from mi side
Lupita: me neither
Narcis: Greetings from Catalonia
chacha: No from me in Tanzania
Paolo : Halu dari TUNG-BI, Indonesia
Myrto: You should try the youtube link, Melanie.
Greg McNeal: NPD acronym?
Wendy Hirst: New product development
Myrto: New Product Development
Pablo: greetings from spain
Javier: Simon sent two links in two different emails.  One link works and the other just gives you a black box.   :(
ion] Ali Murshed: could you please adjust the focus of the slide
Ankit: Greetings from India
Simon Timperley: Javier what is the source of the bad link?
Simon Timperley: Ali it is your connection.
mauro: Simon same problem: Webinar link: 
Ada: this is ok: 
Simon Timperley: I know why I am very sorry.
Deborah: go to the utube link then althought I am using the link here with no problem
ion] Lupita: Can you provide some examples of PBL?
Javier: This is the broken link...
Javier: 
chacha: you tube is good
mauro: Simon maybe for next email you can insert two internet connection to thw webinar
Simon Timperley  (to mauro): please explain?
mauro: Simon I entered on the webinar from and not from the link in the email
Amit: Simon Sir am also not able to watch
Simon Timperley  (to Amit): try the youtube link
era  (private): what is a good example of pbl
chacha: slides focus is not clear, can you adjust please
ANIBAL GRASSO: Greetings from Uruguay!!!
AnaPaula: Please adjust the slides focus.
AnaPaula  (private): Please, adjust the slides focus. It's impossible to read them
MarlonQuita: PBL?
Simon Timperley: the attendees with blurred slides it is your internet connection.
Pablo: PBL - Problems Based Learning
chacha: Yes it is indeed. My connection is not good but audio s excellent
bonevie: greetings from north sulawesi, indonesia
Raymart: hi
Kelly: changing to a food safety culture
Maxine Campbell:  Validation of  control measures is a real areas
Wendy Hirst: Crisis management
Paul: PBL foriegn bodies in our cocoa
Gwynne: Primary agriculture commodities into supply chains
Jyh-Pyng: Listeria contaminaiton in frozen dessert
Judith: food integrity/fraud/terrorism
Deborah: Metal in chocolate
Maxine Campbell: validation of control measures is a real area of weakness
Deborah: I like Judiths comment
Greg McNeal: Receiving inspection
bonevie: traceabilty
Kelly: Validation/verification differences
Judith: chill chain management
Marta V: Food terrorism
MarlonQuita: internal auditing
Francis : Threat to a business as a extension of threat assessment
Theophilus Fon : root cause analysis
Dominic: Reaction to random presence (determined by testing ) of listeria in smoked salmon, but not above legal limits
Adina: traceability
Ronald Wiseman: due diligence
Matthew: Integrity (answering poll question) - (Is that considered a skill?)
Lupita: corrective action implementation
Maxine Campbell: Thanks Emma it was a very good webinar!
Paolo : preventive action implementation
Cory: Here is some info on the Listeria and smoked salmon, good source - http://www.fao.org/f...ra/Listeria.pdf
Wendy Hirst: Thank you for a very informative webinar Emma.
ion] Paul: Can you give some specific examples of the output produced by your PBL groups? What does their final product look like?
Marta V: very good presentation
AnaPaula  (private): Very good webinar. I wanna watch more like this.
chacha: Thanks Emma, this can also be implemented on mycotoxins contamination in food and feed. a serious problem on my country
ion] Cory: As a recent food science graduate - I think SPC needs to be a active area for teaching. Is this currently being focus on by your university?
AnaPaula: Not only in your country, Chacha. It is the universal problem in food industries
Gwynne: Excellent session - Thanks all concerned.
Brenda Hanlon: Great webinar!
Paolo : none
Judith: Really good webinar today, thankyou
Janneth: thank you so much
chacha: AnnaPaula we are working hard to tackle the problem. At least in developed countries they  are tackling it
Aura: Thank you for an excellent presentation.
Francis : I have used Haccp training to enable colleagues s to visit colleagues in situ , ask questions and generate the HACCP analysis for presentation.
Jyh-Pyng: Yes
Patrick: YES
Gwynne: Yes!
Ronald Wiseman: yes
Lupita: yes!
Maxine Campbell:        Yes
riva: yes
Emma: Yes I will, I do group work for many of my university courses, but will utilize more scenarios in the future!!
sofia: Thank you for an excellent presentation. And for sure yes
Diane: Yes it was fantastic going to make time to watch it again
Deborah: I have an intern here who I will be shaing this with also our Micro lab and QC. I am part of the maintenance department myself
Irene: Yes
Francis : yes
Diane: Yes! I will be watching the presentation again
Deborah: Yes
Beth Driscoll: yes
Dominic: Brilliant seminar
Theophilus Fon : yes
Beth Driscoll: Thank you, very well done.
 
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