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Table 3 Overview of TGEG Outcome and Process Measures

From: Impact of school-based vegetable garden and physical activity coordinated health interventions on weight status and weight-related behaviors of ethnically diverse, low-income students: Study design and baseline data of the Texas, Grow! Eat! Go! (TGEG) cluster-randomized controlled trial

  Baseline T2 T3 T4
Student Survey Behavioral variables (V and SSB consumption and PA behaviors) X X X X
Gardening experience X X X X
Nutrition and Science Knowledge X X X X
Psychosocial variables X X X X
Parent Survey Behavioral variables (V and SSB consumption and PA behaviors)
Gardening experience
X X   X
Psychosocial variables X X   X
Child Health variables X X   X
Program component experience (reach into home environment)   X   X
Stadiometer & Tanita Scales Child BMI X X X X
Teacher questionnaires & implementation logs Barriers and facilitators to Implementation X X   
Perceived Implementation Success X X   
Behavioral variables (V consumption and PA behaviors) X X   
Food and PA environment in classroom X X   
Assess program component implementation X X   
Principal interviews Administrative support for intervention   X   
Extension Project Specialists Interviews Intervention implementation fidelity X    
Volunteers Psychosocial variables (confidence, attitudes) X X   
Behavioral Variables X X   
Gardening Experience X X   
  1. Abbreviations: V Vegetable, SSB Sugar-sweetened Beverage, PA Physical Activity