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Hello everyone, It’s the beginning of a new school year and everyone is probably looking for new and exciting activities to use in their classroom. So I have decided that every Tuesday, I am going to try and share a different tech tool that can be used in your FCS[Read more]
Welcome back for another exciting school year as a Family and Consumer Sciences Professional. I know that I have been MIA for seems like over a year here on the blog even though I have been posting here and there on the Facebook page. I am so looking forward to[Read more]
CTE/CTAE month starts tomorrow and what do you have planned? Now is the time to highlight the different areas of CTE including FACS and let everyone know what your program is all about. In addition, it is also a great time to fully inform your students about the benefits of[Read more]
Hello everyone! I am so excited about getting my site up and running again and sharing the many resources I have created and accumulated over the years. I know there are many of you that have already started school and then there are some that have yet to return. Either[Read more]
I don’t know about you all, but I get so tired of dealing with tons of paper. If there is any way to cut down on paper, I am all for it. Google Forms seems to be a great way to cut down on some of the paperwork in dealing[Read more]
Welcome to Day 2 of Google Forms in the FACS Classroom. Today, I will be sharing a useful form for students to use to plan their food labs. It’s really simple and if you make a copy, you can edit the form to fit your needs. Enjoy!! This form helps[Read more]
Hello everyone! If you haven’t heard about or used Google Forms, you are missing out on something awesome. Don’t get it confused, google forms isn’t just for creating forms. For a quick introduction, check out my Google Forms Prezi below. Now that you know a little bit about Google Forms,[Read more]
Let’s face it, there is really no way of getting around teaching vocabulary. Students need to learn new words on a regular basis in order to increase their personal vocabulary and to be able to fully understand what they are learning about in class. In order to get out of[Read more]