|Focus group question||Response themes||Modifications made to course|
|What information is new to you? What information is helpful? What information is too repetitive?||
- There is a wide range of baseline knowledge.|
- Providers who participate in CACFP and newer providers are more familiar with this content.
|- Incorporated ideas for implementing best practices, rather than just sharing information alone.|
|Is there something you would like to know more about?||
- Milk: Differences between organic and hormone-free; allergies and intolerances; and nutritional equivalents|
- Juice: reading labels, making home-made juice, serving size, concentrates vs. non-concentrated
- Water: bottled water quality, fluoride safety, tap water contaminants
- Non-caloric and artificial sweeteners added sweeteners such as stevia okay?
- Child engagement: involving children is important
- Developed a Health and Safety Note1 on milk that addresses these questions to include with resources.|
- Addressed these juice topics in narration and added photos of juice labels and illustrated what to look for.
- Developed a Health and Safety Note on water that addresses these questions to include with resources.
- Addressed question about non-caloric and artificial sweeteners in narration.
- Added more narration about child engagement and developed handout on child engagement and water for the resources.
|Would you take this training? What could be improved?||
- There is more need for parent education than provider education. Allow parents to take final training.|
- 15 min would be the ideal length.
- Make sure it is interactive and keeps people’s attention.
- Added more ideas for family engagement.|
- Attempted to shorten the length of the course but were unable to include all the necessary information in under 15 min.
- Added interactive games and quizzes and developed the “Dewey the Droplet” character.