Northwest Ohio FCS Teacher In-Service Day

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

CIFT Food Industry Credentials, presented by Rebecca Singer, President and CEO, Center for Innovative Food Technology (CIFT)

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

Links

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)

EVERFI https://everfi.com/

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/

DOVIA of Northwest Ohio Partnership

DOVIA (Directors of Volunteers In Agencies) of Northwest Ohio 2019

Respecting the Tough Work, Patrice Powers-Barker

February  28, 2019, 12-1:30 pm 
Metroparks, Toledo Botanical Gardens Conference Room

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Handout

Previous Presentation

Friday November 2, 2018

DOVIA of Northwest Ohio 2018 Conference

Breakout Session #3: Respecting the Tough Work, Patrice Powers-Barker

Resources & Links discussed in the presentation:

Tough Work: Understanding and Serving People in Poverty While Caring for Yourself is a volunteer training written by Kathy Michelich, Educator, Family and Consumer Sciences, Ohio State University Extension, Warren County, Lebanon, OH. 2013

  • total 4 hours of training for volunteers
  • Early Spring 2019, OSU Extension, Lucas County will be looking for host sites to promote and offer to volunteers
  • Contacts: Holly Ball at ball.2129@osu.edu   or Patrice Powers-Barker at powers-barker.1@osu.edu

How to find your local county Extension office?  https://extension.osu.edu/lao#county

Live Smart Ohio, OSU Extension’s Family and Consumer Sciences Blog https://livesmartohio.osu.edu/

Count CALM Down for the Holidays 2018, 6-week email wellness challenge https://lucas.osu.edu/lhlw

Mindful Wellness https://lucas.osu.edu/mindfulness

Dine-In Day 2018 https://lucas.osu.edu/DineIn

OSU Extension, Lucas County http://lucas.osu.edu

 

Ohio Local Foods and “Dining In” on FCS Day, 2018

Welcome supporters of Ohio local foods and families eating together.

This page is designed as a starting point for information for OSU Extension to promote both Dining In Day on December 3rd and Ohio Local Foods. A few of these resources are dated from previous years but the content that is useful for 2018 is noted on this page.

OSU Extension Local Foods Signature Program (retired)

Because the program is retired, there is some dated information on the website but it also has lots of great resources for current projects. The following links are all part of the Local Foods website but this will highlight how they might be useful in 2018.

Adding A Youth Flavor to Extension’s Signature Programs

The 4 lessons on local foods were designed by 4-H youth as a resource for other older 4-H members to facilitate learning activities with their clubs and communities. This is also helpful for OSU Extension staff as an introduction to the topic of local foods. The introduction to this set of 4 lessons includes a few Frequently Asked Questions about Local Foods.

Description of Local Foods Week (note, this is from August 2017)  “Even during wintertime, Ohio local food is available, whether it is fresh produce grown with season extenders or crops that can be held for long periods of time in cold/cool storage as well as baked, canned, frozen and dried foods”.

How do you identify and find local foods? Ohio Local Food Directories  

Please note that all the links might not be up to date but there should be some good leads. “Just like there is no one definition for “local,” there is no one best way to search out local foods. Local foods are available for purchase at businesses like grocery stores and restaurants or purchased directly from growers at farmers’ markets, auctions, farm stands or CSAs (Community Supported Agriculture). This summary of online local food directories is not an exhaustive list but it is a starting point for Ohio consumers to locate favorite local foods. No endorsement is intended for products listed, nor is criticism meant for products not listed.  This summary lists the titles of the online directories in alphabetical order.”

Farm to Health Resources

Includes Farm to Health Series Cards with a focus on different Ohio produce with information and a recipe (note: carrots includes Carrots, Winter Squash and Sweet Potatoes, all crops that could be sourced locally during the wintertime). In addition, check out the Placemats on local foods that can be printed for the family table. All of the placemats focus on local foods but the one titled “Seasonality” shows a calendar of all 12 months and some foods that are local and available during that time of year. This might be useful for a December event like Dine In Day.

2015 Dine In Blog Post on Live Smart Ohio (and short background on Ellen Swallow Richards)

“Thank you Ellen Swallow Richards: You have reminded our modern families that science is valuable, history is fascinating and family wellness is meaningful.”

 2018 Dine In and Local Foods Questions

  • What foods are local to your area? Remember, there is no one definition for “local” in regards to food. What food connections are in your community, whether it’s directly in your county or state or region?
  • Who are potential community partners in relation to local foods and “Dining In” on Family and Consumer Sciences Day? Local farmers market? Stores that sell local foods? Emergency food pantries that are helping families put meals on the tables?
  • Who are community and individual leaders who grows and raises local foods?  Who grows a vegetable garden or farm? Who does home food preservation? Who raises livestock to freeze, dry or can? Can they help spread the word about Dine In Day?
  • Who are your colleagues who can help promote Ohio Local Foods and Dining In? ANR, 4-H, CD colleagues. Community partners like Farmers Bureau, schools, FFA, 4-H clubs, FCS teachers and FCCLA
  • What local foods do you dine on?