Introduce your students to how humans grow through Erikson’s statges of psychosocial development. Make this lesson personal by allowing students to self reflect on the struggles of mastering each stage.
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Engage your students in a lively discussion of labor and delivery methods and practices. Students will learn the sequential events of delivery and watch a real delivery.
An increase in technology means more choices for childbearing and technological feats that have been miraculous. However, this technology also brings with it a whole bunch of controversy from different groups. Help your students evaluate, take a position on, and make arguments for and against different sides of the baby technology controversy.
Need some ideas on how to construct your course or write curriculum? Here are a few examples from other Family Consumer Science programs!
We have come to a critical place as educators–to embrace technology or try to beat it down by forcing kids to keep it in their lockers or not bring it to school. While technology should not distract from learning it can enhance it if we let it. Here are some Apple App’s to aide in teaching Family Consumer Sciences.
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If you’re like most schools you have to order supplies through companies that take Purchase Orders. It can be so frustrating ordering through catalogs when you can get supplies cheaper locally, nonetheless here are some catalogs that provide FACS supplies.
Tired of lecturing? Have your students do the teaching with this lesson about genetic birth defects. Students research and learn about one birth defect then teach the rest of the class their findings via a PowerPoint presentation and student handout.