Culinary Training 11/12 / Food Art 11 / Foods and Nutrition 9/10 / teachertong

2013 Athletic Banquet – Student Leadership Shines!

Here at Fraser Heights Catering we get asked to cook for a lot of events. When we were approached to cater the Athletic Banquet many thoughts ran through my head: namely, HOW would I be able to handle end-of-year and graduation-time activities as well as a 150-person event (wow that was a lot of hypens). … Continue reading

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APPLY: Surrey Home Economics Teacher Association Scholarship $400

Have you loved taking senior Home Economics courses? Are you a student in #sd36learn? Apply for this scholarship! Ask your Home Economics teacher for more information. Deadline: May 31 2013   SHETA Scholarship Foods http://www.scribd.com/embeds/138641096/content?start_page=1&view_mode=scroll     SHETA Scholarship 2013 Version T http://www.scribd.com/embeds/138640773/content?start_page=1&view_mode=scroll Surrey Home Economics Teacher Association Scholarship http://www.scribd.com/embeds/138641247/content?start_page=1&view_mode=scroll Continue reading

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Answering: Who am I, really?

I enlisted the help of my students to create a self-portrait I was assigned to do in on of my M.Ed. courses. The assignment was to draw, write, or take a photo – the usual self portrait. As I thought about this assignment I contemplated: if I was to put together a self-portrait of myself, … Continue reading

Culinary Training 11/12 / Food Art 11 / Foods and Nutrition 11/12 / Foods and Nutrition 9/10 / Home Economics 8

And it begins.

Well, it’s the beginning of the school year! I have been spending the summer working on coursework for my Master of Education program that took me to Victoria to study pedagogy in textiles and Abbotsford to explore BC’s Agriculture industry and its integration in our classrooms. See my video from Abbotsford below (to the Scissor … Continue reading