Thursday, April, 7th 2022: Welcome Back!
2022 FCS Teacher In-service agenda
Resources: (listed in order of agenda) – More to be added throughout the day
Secret History for FCS Teachers Powerpoint – Patrice Powers-Barker, OSU Extension, Lucas County and Melissa J. Rupp, OSU Extension, Fulton County
- Timeline FCS with a focus on Extension
- Trailblazing People in Your Life handout (and reference list)
- List of items from our in-person timeline. See what memories and high points our teachers have related to their FCS journey. Northwest Ohio FCS teacher timeline
Digital Detox slides notes and references from Digital Detoxing in a Social World – Susan Zies, OSU Extension, Wood County:
- (Dis)Connected from APA https://www.apa.org/monitor/2017/03/cover-disconnected
- Article: Craving Device Free Attention by Martha Straus https://www.psychotherapynetworker.org/magazine/article/2384/craving-device-free-attention
- Is secondhand screen time the new secondhand smoking? https://theconversation.com/is-secondhand-screen-time-the-new-secondhand-smoking-129500
- How Much Screen Time is Too Much for Adults? https://www.reidhealth.org/blog/screen-time-for-adults
- Health and Technology http://www.digitalresponsibility.org/health-and-technology
- Article: What Texting is Doing to your Neck and Spine from Oklahoma State University Extension
- A Guide To A Digital Detox https://sites.imsa.edu/acronym/2021/02/19/a-guide-to-a-digital-detox/
Nature and Wellness slides notes – Laura Stanton, OSU Extension, Warren County
- Visit this site for links to articles, evidence-based resources, and infographics – go.osu.edu/nature-matters
What’s new in the Kitchen? Air Fryers – Katie Schlagheck, OSU Extension, Ottawa and Sandusky Counties
Careers in Food and Nutrition slides notes – Jennifer Little, OSU Extension, Hancock County
Personal Finance Programs and Resources – check out Melissa’s Picks Financial Education
FCS Teacher Sharing Time – What’s working in your classroom?
Our FCS teachers share the best practices, tips, questions, and stories!
Love it when students allow FCS teachers to bring items for “show and tell”. Example of plarn (plastic yarn created from plastic grocery store bags) and crochet bag.
Textile class is over lunch (the long period) – the students prepped plyarn (yarn made out of plastic grocery bags). Some students already have experience with crochet. This is a good topic as an introduction to the FCCLA repurpose and design.
Take Charge Today, Financial Education for a Better Future, The University of Arizona https://takechargetoday.arizona.edu/
Created a substitute teacher grid with eight writing prompts for Human Growth and Development. The students can work on the assignments in class. They can receive the 25 points by writing their answer to the question, one page in length.
As one way to do an assessment for Principles of Foods, using these worksheets to introduce labels – the nutrition label as well as the ingredient list. This is a good activity to let them do a taste test (a small sample) and learn the lessons before they move into projects in the lab.
A Year in Real Live – an online lesson with a packet that corresponds with a year’s worth of income and expenses. The students have a hard copy of a calendar to track where bills land in the month. The online lesson uses spin wheels to help determine different statuses for different life situations (savings, credit, apr for credit card, credit card, number of children, how the baby is born and hospital costs, different types of vacation, etc). For more information on the program, email email@example.com.
What can we do with our FCS students to benefit families in Ukraine? We had a short discussion with some possible ideas. Although there is no single answer, we have some ideas:
- Make cookies for a bake sale.
- Donate proceeds to the World Central Kitchen https://wck.org/
- Investigate charity organizations, compare the percentage of donations that go directly to people in need
- Use the FCCLA Planning Process with students
- May 2022: short promotion of the AWJH brownie bake sale
Other FCS Educators in Northwest Ohio:
Casey Bishop, OSU Extension, Paulding County
Central State University is an 1890 Land-Grant Institution. One difference is the location(s) that are served. For example, Jewel Rollins, works in the Northwest Region of Ohio, not just one county. Follow their Facebook page or use the direct contact information below. https://www.facebook.com/CentralStateUniversityExtensionNorthwestRegion
- Jewel Rollins, Northwest Region Family & Consumer Science Educator, Central State University Extension, Email: Jrollins2@centralstate.edu Phone: 419-913-7111
- Hannah Albers, Northwest Region 4-H Educator, Central State University Extension Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 937-710-5381
2020 and 2021: We missed seeing Northwest Ohio FCS teachers these springtimes due to COVID-19. We celebrate the work they offer all school year and we want to send an extra “thank you” during National Teacher Appreciation Week.
Thursday April 4th, 2019 – the following resources are added in order of the day’s agenda:
Keynote: The Ice Cream Sundae – A Perfect Model for Food Science in the FCS Classroom, presented by Pam Snyder
- The Science of a Sundae PowerPoint
- The Science of a Sundae: Using the Principle of Colligative Properties in Food Science Outreach Activities for Middle and High School Students (link to article published in the Journal of Food Science Education)
- Link to video of Growing and Shrinking Egg – Sick Science #187
- Virtual Chicken, Auburn University
- TIC GUMS (can request samples)
- What’s in Ice Cream video
- Grow Next Gen link including Summer (free) training, held at PENTA and CIFT
CIFT Food Industry Credentials, presented by Rebecca Singer, President and CEO, Center for Innovative Food Technology (CIFT)
- CIFT PowerPoint
- CIFT Credential Descriptions
- Tiger Mushroom Farms, video with Steve Harvey
- High-Pressure Processing (HPP) Towards the middle of this page is a video about HHP
Tour of the NOCK Facility and its mission, Paula Ray, Site Manager
Thank you Danielle Arbinger for sharing about your business, Guac Shop, website (and find them on facebook and instagram guacshop419)
Success Story: Thank you Chris and Lin Lane for sharing about your business, Country Lane BBQ, LLC, facebook
Lunchtime Information: David Little, CVE Curriculum Consultant https://www.icevonline.com/
Mindful Moments (resource from Yoga 4 Classrooms – you can purchase their deck of cards and request a free download of six cards)
Lightening Round of Resources from OSU Extension, FCS Educators
- Extension and FCS Teachers: Promoting our Profession, Patrice Powers-Barker, Lucas County, email@example.com
- Gut Foods – Donna Green, Erie County firstname.lastname@example.org
- Gut Foods PowerPoint
- Cooking Under Pressure – Susan Zies, Wood County email@example.com
- Cooking Under Pressure PowerPoint
- Safe Feeding for Infants – Katie Schlagheck, Ottawa and Sandusky Counties firstname.lastname@example.org
- Safe Feeding for Infants PowerPoint
- Financial Resources from Extension – Amanda Woods, state FCS office email@example.com
- Minding the Gap, Food Production to Consumption – Melissa Rupp, Fulton County firstname.lastname@example.org
- Breakfast on the Farm, Fulton County, June 15th, free but please rsvp
- OSU Extension, state website (note, if you’d like to go directly to a county website use the county name.osu.edu
- OSU Extension, FCS state website
- Live Smart Ohio blog
- Live Healthy Live Well blog
- AAFCS American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences
FCS Teacher Share Time
(sorry, not all linked but here are some of the resources shared by teachers)
Book on Truck Food Cookbook, make foam food trucks to decorate the room. Ties in with lessons on recipes, cost of business, etc.
NGPF next generation personal finance (podcasts for your own professional development) https://www.ngpf.org/curriculum/investing/ (FinLit fanatics FB page for teachers using this curriculum)
Copy of weekly calendar, standard – kids can view it, it helps with subs and helps stay organized and “magic binder” with all information in one binder
Use Google – students use resources including running their own webpage for Childhood Development
Question of the day on whiteboard, up all day to see what other students wrote, 2-3 days a week, sometimes review questions, sometimes questions for fun
Lambsville, financial management class activity, Ms. Lamb is the mayor. Put it all into the packet this year.
Interior Design – made an edible color wheel – vanilla wafers, can work as team to use food colors
Documentary – The True Cost, on Netflicks, one hour 32 min, prepare students to see graphic things (how our clothes are made in third world countries). Message for our youth: you cannot disregard the clothes in your closet. If you don’t wear it, please share/donate with others who can use it.
Fill Your Bucket by Carol McCloud (books for babies, toddlers and youth). In class they decorate small buckets for this “children”
Compost Stew, (HS students like the kids’ book) for food supply unit, movie Ingredients, movie
Fetal Development, focus on Fetal Alcohol Syndrome since it’s preventable.
January is Board Appreciation Month, FCS class made the meal of 2 soups and then served to the board (including the superintendent and other administrators). They loved the meal and all of them stayed to clean up. Have made connections with them throughout the year (sometimes food, sometimes other information for them)
3 out of 5 Board Members following on FB
University of Findlay – Adulting 101 https://wspd.iheart.com/content/2018-09-11-university-of-findlay-to-offer-adulting-101/