Today, I have an amazing brand new Family Consumer Sciences educator, her name is Chelsey Farias, and I just got the confirmation that she is going to be my brand new colleague. She’s going to be sharing her experiences coming from COVID as a student teacher,
Dr. Shelley McGuire the director of the Margaret Ritchie School of Family and Consumer Sciences at University of Idaho talks about her COVID research funded by the Gates Foundation on breastfeeding babies.
On today’s episode I am chatting with Dr. Kyle Roberson, assistant professor at Texas Tech University. Dr. Roberson’s research focuses on the educational programming within prisons and jails, and the well-being of families of the incarcerated.
On today’s episode I am chatting with Dr. Carol Werhan about the Alphabet soup of FCS Organizations in the U.S. Dr. Werhan has a PhD in Philosophy, she is the FCS teacher at Purdue University, as well as the program coordinator of Family Consumer Sciences education at Purdue.
Today I have an amazing guest, Taylor Keys. Listen in as we showcase various personalized learning strategies such as Station Rotation, Flexible playlist, a must do- may do, and genius hour.
Today’s amazing guest is Ms. Alyssa Maddux, and she is a teacher in Austin, Texas. Her primary focus this year has been culinary arts. But we’re going to be talking about classroom wish lists; what a teacher wishes for when starting at a new school.
Today I’m ging to be talking about being culturally responsive and what that means. Culture is central to learning, it plays a role not only in communicating and receiving information, but also in shaping the thinking process of groups and individuals.