Hello and welcome to another wonderful Technology Tool Tuesday! Today’s tool will be the app: Flipp. Flipp is an app that is used for shopping and is available for Android, Apple products and online. It contains coupons and a large variety of store circular ads. This app is great when[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]
Food Science continues to be one of those areas that FACS teachers are still having difficulty teaching properly. This can be due to lack of knowledge, lack of resources, or lack of interest in the subject matter. Whenever I find a resource that addresses one of those areas, I have to[Read more]
WebQuests are great interactive lessons to do in your classroom! They allow you to present interactive lessons that can be differentiated for the individual learner. They can be created on all sorts of topics and be as elaborate or as simple as you would like. They are even a great[Read more]
I like QR codes just like everyone else, but sometimes its not always easy trying to find a way to use them in your classroom. Recently, the leadership at our school requested that everyone use QR codes in some sort of way. Now, I was not into just using QR[Read more]
Each Tuesday, I will share information on ways to incorporate technology into not only the FACS classroom, but all classrooms as well. To get things started, I wanted to share a little more detail on the post that I shared on Facebook on Saturday about the H and R Block[Read more]
BYOT in the FACS classroom!
I first posted about Fooducate in 2012 in my 31 Days of Technology Posts! However, my has it changed! In addition to the information shared below in the original post, it also contains: A blog with great articles that can be used to extend lessons in the classroom Fun Nutrition[Read more]