Pass the Peaches, Please Video Survey

Thank you for taking 10-15 minutes to complete the following questions about the Pass the Peaches, Please Video. Montana Team Nutrition will use your answers to help improve wellness resources for early childhood educators, care providers, and parents. No identifying information, such as email or IP address, will be collected with your survey responses. Your answers will be combined with those of other video viewers for reporting purposes.
Thank you for all the great work you do to promote the wellness of children and their families every day. Montana Team Nutrition would like to support your efforts in any ways we can. We really appreciate your time and input!
1. Which of the following best describes your current job or involvement with young children? (Please choose one response.)
2. Which of the following best describes the location of your work with preschool aged children (birth-age 5)?
3. Please rate each of the following aspects of the Pass the Peaches, Please Video.
Very MuchModeratelySomewhatNot at AllNot Sure
How professional was the quality of the video?
How much did you enjoy watching the video?
How relevant/useful was the video information for you?
How much did you learn about positive mealtime practices from watching the video?
How feasible/practical were the suggested mealtime practices related to the Division of Responsibility in Feeding?
How feasible/practical were the suggested mealtime practices related to family style meals?
How feasible/practical were the "tried and true tips" for creating a pleasant eating environment?
4. Have you changed or do you plan to change any mealtime practices since watching the Pass the Peaches, Please video?
If Yes, what have you changed or do you plan to change?
If No, what are you currently doing to make mealtime pleasant and maintain a healthy feeding relationship with children?
5. What additional information, supports, or resources would help you implement suggested mealtime practices in your setting?
6. What questions or concerns do you have about healthy mealtime practices for young children?