Bring your ideas and questions to this interactive session on teaching foods competencies and content. Ideally you bring one lesson idea with you, but this is not a requirement if you have just started teaching foods. Email your lesson plan to firstname.lastname@example.org ahead of time and it will be placed in the THESA google drive that everyone is able to access. You can also bring copies to share (workshop has a class limit of 30) if you wish.
If desired, bring copies of a lesson to share with participants. Lessons may also be shared on the THESA website.
Joe Tong (@teachertong) has been an adjunct professor for Home Economics at the University of British Columbia’s Bachelor of Education program since 2018. As an Apple Distinguished Educator, Joe holds keen interests in design thinking and meaningful digital technology integration. In his spare time, Joe (with his partner Jake) leads a community children’s choir in Downtown Vancouver and provides cuddles for his fur baby Jethro (@theonlyjethro).