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AHadz Oct 27
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A2: Building relationships with my kids.
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Anita Kenkel Oct 20
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Hopefully there is a BIG budget. I would take my Teacher Ed class to Ron Clark Academy. It’s a dream of mine.
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Miss Martin Oct 20
A2 I always have a question on the board when students walk in and they post their answer on a discussion board. I love how it brings their attention to what we will be learning for the day.
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Janice Kramer Oct 13
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2 summers as a 4-H assistant led me to major in home ec ed. Seemed a perfect fit with my strong 4- H background. Was going to work in cooperative extension. But fell in love with teaching when I student taught.
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AHadz Oct 27
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A3: I use a sheet that kids fill out that has the objective, entrance, middle & exit ticket.
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Michelle Galles Oct 18
You might be a Family & Consumer Sciences teacher if you’ve sent this message to your admin...🚒🚒🚒
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Howard K. Kiyuna Oct 6
A5: Let them eat their classwork.
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Jenn Cramer Oct 20
A6: Honestly, my favorite one we already do is visiting the elderly for Human Growth! My students complain on the way there and beg me to go back when we return! I don't think enough students interact with the elderly so they are afraid.
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Jill Adair Oct 13
Replying to @tishrich
Q4: smells from food demos and lots of morning show announcement PSA. Been at same school for 15 years so I teach lots of siblings and have a reputation. I have several display boards as well.
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Lindsey LoBianco Oct 20
A5: My favorite is our Food Truck Wars project. Ss in my class plan the menu and execute a dish and the FACS Ss next door create marketing materials. In the end they come together and present to a panel of judges. The final product: ultimate teamwork skills!
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Janice Kramer Oct 13
Replying to @themadduxfiles
A1: I teach 1/2 time at at a small school - child development, foods and nutrition and into to FCS.
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Kjerstine👩🏼‍🏫 Oct 20
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A2: I’m working on bell ringer binders this semester that are linked to the standards for each class. I think it’s helping to bring in more content and relevance to each class.
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Miss Martin Oct 20
A3 recently I had students create songs about fruit changing the lyrics of a popular song - they did AMAZING!!
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Jessica Fisher-Hattey Oct 13
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Q5: we do speed dating in each period a few times a semester and recently added in some team building games from FCCLA like “ships & sailors” to keep us laughing together
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Emma Boman Oct 20
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A3: I’ll give students choice in recipes. Either choosing between 2 recipes or variations of a base recipe.
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Alyssa Brown Nov 25
Culinary teacher on break... doing culinary things!
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Megan Vincent Oct 6
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A6: An extended community and new ideas. So happy you have started this!
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Alyssa Brown Nov 27
It’s been a busy baking day in our house! Shout out to for the best pecan/pumpkin and apple pie recipes out there!
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Lindsey LoBianco Oct 20
A7: This year I have a class of 4 MS non-verbal Ss with Autism... ALL ON THEIR OWN!! 🥳 So I have an amazing opportunity to meet them at their level. Anyone have experience with a class like this? What kitchen based activities were successful for them?
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Lindsey LoBianco Oct 20
A6: No limits??? ITALY!! More seriously... I would love to take any of my students to a farm and learn about farm to table food. They are boggled by garlic cloves... they think it’s always a powder! 🤦‍♀️
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