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This course prepares students to understand the nature, function, and significance of individual and family relationships integrated with general financial literacy.
This course prepares students to understand the nature, function, and significance of human relationships involving individuals and families.
A curriculum guide that outlines the content and teaching strategies to help teach students about Child Development.
The intent of this guide is to help educators who teach the nutrition and foods science curriculum. Topics include safe and sanitary work habits, reading a recipe and basic lab procedures.
This course prepares individuals to understand the psychological aspects of clothing and textiles.
This course is designed to allow students to develop clothing construction and consumer skills.
A curriculum guide that prepares individuals for child-related careers and/or more extensive parenting skills.
This course helps students learn life skills and develop skills in food & nutrition, childcare & safety, interior design, clothing construction & style, consumerism, family relationships, personal responsibility, and job-related tasks.
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An instructional course that prepares individuals to understand the social, psychological, and physiological aspects of clothing and textiles.
This curriculum guide provides Foods and Nutrition educators basic information and learning activities. It is organized around the reasons why we eat.
This guide is intended for use as a semester course in basic nutrition and foods at the 9th or 10th grade level. Sections contain units of detailed study with scientific and technical information, teaching strategies and resources.
A curriculum guide that outlines the content and teaching strategies to help teach students with disabilities to become independent in the kitchen.
This course enables students to explore their creativity in the field of interior design.
This course is designed to prepare students with skills to live independently. Skills are developed to help students manage their needs in the areas of interpersonal relationships, housing, clothing, nutrition, and food.
This course helps students understand and cope with personal, family, and social challenges. Emphasis is placed on communication, decision-making skills, and building stable relationships with family and peers.