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Table 2 Examples of performance and change objectives related to the cooking classes

From: Co-designing obesity prevention interventions together with children: intervention mapping meets youth-led participatory action research

Performance objective childrenSkills + self-efficacyKnowledgePerceived social normsAttitude
Children always eat a healthy (amount of) breakfast in the morning before they go to school- Children demonstrate that they can make their own breakfast- Children know different kinds of healthy breakfast (for example for children for whom bread is too heavy, they describe alternatives)
- Children know the importance of a healthy breakfast
- Children recognize that peers have a healthy breakfast- Children have positive feelings towards having a healthy breakfast every morning
Parents automatically offer healthy snacks to their children- Parents demonstrate the confidence that giving healthy snacks is good for their children’s health- Parents know that giving healthy snacks are good for their children’s health- Parents recognize that other parents give their children healthy snacks- Parents recognize that healthy snacks are also enjoyable/a good alternative/good for their children’s health and are tasty
The school management checks the adherence of the policies supporting fruits and vegetables during break time and healthy birthday snacks with teachers and in classrooms- The school management demonstrates how they can involve teachers in adhering to the policies - The school management recognizes how other schools successfully implement and adhere to the health snacking policies- The school management acknowledges the importance of the policies and what they stand for
- The school management feels positive towards strict adherence of the policies
The municipal health services regularly checks all schools on the progress and implementation of policies supporting fruits and vegetables during break time and healthy birthday snacks- The local government demonstrates that they can convince schools to incorporate and adhere to policies supporting fruits and vegetables during break time and healthy birthday snacks- The local government knows how they can work together with schools towards successful implementation of policies supporting fruits and vegetables during break time and healthy birthday snacks  
  1. For each level – children, parents, schools, local government – one performance objective and its change objectives are given
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