Creative Instructional Methods for: Family & Consumer Sciences, Nutrition & Wellness Student Text
Part 1: The Educational Process
Chapter 1 You as an Educator
Chapter 2 The Learners We Teach by Deborah Tippett, Ph.D.
Chapter 3 Curriculum Development and Concept Organization
Chapter 4 Objectives and Competencies
Chapter 5 Designing Learning Experiences
Chapter 6 Teaching Plans
Chapter 7 Assessment
Part 2: Teaching Skills and Methods
Chapter 8 Core Teaching Skills
Chapter 9 Leading Discussions
Chapter 10 Visual Media
Chapter 11 Simulated Experiences
Chapter 12 Demonstrations
Chapter 13 Experiential Learning: Lab Activities and Cooperative Learning
Chapter 14 Games for Learning
Chapter 15 Learning with Technology by Paul Buzzell, M.S. and Stephen J. Pintauro, Ph.D.
Part 3: Facilitating Learner Growth
Chapter 16 Engaging Learners in Thinking by Ruth Thomas, Ph.D.
Chapter 17 Integrating Basic Skills into Your Curriculum by Sandra Miller, Ph.D. and Charlotte Tulloch, Ed.D.
Chapter 18 Motivation, Discipline, and Student Responsibility
Chapter 19 Diversity, Equity, and Special Learning Needs by Mary Helen Mays, Ph.D.
Chapter 20 Working with Adolescents at Risk by Susan McLaughlin, M.P.A
Part 4: Managing Effectively
Chapter 21 Managing Educational Resources
Chapter 22 Managing Youth Organizations
Chapter 23 Community Connections and Service Learning by Marilyn Swierk, M.S.
Chapter 24 Marketing Your Program
Chapter 25 Managing Your Personal and Professional Lives by Ginny Felstehausen, Ph.D.
Chapter 26 Growing as a Professional