In today’s episode I will be talking about how we can collaborate for advocacy for all of FCS. As we all know, this is A major talking point for our profession, our leaders, and our programs.
We are in the first full week of November. Wow, it has been a busy… Two months, hasn’t it? How are you doing? Have you done any self-check-ins with yourself, obviously, do you find yourself getting home and then immediately either showering or just getting into your pajamas or sweats and finding that weighted blanket to then binge TV, or maybe you’re running around and taking your own kids to their… After school activities, no matter what… Whatever you are doing, I hope you’re taking care of yourself.
Today’s episode, or little PD is gonna be a student take over with my financial literacy class. This session is live during my class period. So there is background noise, but I have several of my students that I lovingly call the peanut gallery. I’ve been overhearing them talk about being a teacher and what being a teacher entails because they saw that I had my Excel spreadsheet up on the screen and transferring names over.
Welcome back to the Connect FCS Ed podcast. Today with me, I have a teacher from California, Ms. Pedeliski, who has taught FCS and advised FCC LA for nine years. She actively gives back to FCS, an FCCLA by volunteering at local and national levels. Nikki is the current vice president and family consumer science teacher Association of California.
On today’s episode, I am so excited to share with you, my conversation with Business & Marketing educators and momtrepreneurs KS Tech Twins, Samantha and Nichole. They are twin educators who have a true passion for education, business, and technology.
On today’s episode, I am so excited to share with you, a second year FCS teacher, Rachel Grabrowski. Rachel’s from the state of Ohio and she has something unique to offer all of us. Its something that I’m really excited and also passionate about, it’s Special Education.
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,
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’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.