Fight Bac! Webinar – October 25

October 25 Webinar:

The Story of Your Dinner Reveal

New food bloggers — new social content — new videos. You’ll want to see this! In our next webinar onOctober 25, we will reveal the 2017The Story of Your Dinner campaign.
The campaign helps you engage consumers in understanding their important role in the food safety chain of prevention. Join us and start planning your winter holiday outreach.
Register now and be there October 25 at 1 p.m. Eastern to see the new offerings!

 

SHAPE Health Educator’s Conference

 

April 28, 2018

Health Educator Workshop

Don’t Miss It!

Ready to re-charge your health curriculum?  Please join us for the second Health Educator’s Workshop full of a wide variety of speakers and presenters.  Be prepared to participate, learn, network and grow from this fast paced and interactive conference.  Register now at http://www.shapewa.org.

       

Skills Based Health Lessons

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Wide Variety of Speakers

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Interactive Sessions

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Student Friendly

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Familiarize with the Standards

Central WA University

Purser Hall

9-4

http://www.shapewa.org

Clock Hours Available

Bellingham Technical College’s Summer Educator Institute class

I have attached our Sugar High Galore description as well as the registration form for Bellingham Technical College’s Summer Educator Institute class. We need 12 to register by Friday, May 19 in order for it to run. If you are considering taking this class, please get your registration in as soon as possible. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to give me a call or email.

We look forward to seeing you this summer!

 

Billie R. Baker

Program Office Coordinator

Bellingham Technical College

3028 Lindbergh Avenue

Bellingham, WA 98225

(Phone) 360-752-8447

bbaker@btc.edu

www.btc.edu

Sugar High Galore Registration Form 2017

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Call for Presentations

Call for Presentations

2017 Washington FCS Annual Conference

**** Registration Information Coming Soon ****

Share your best practices, classroom strategies, and program innovations in CTE by submitting a presentation proposal for the 2017 Annual Conference, Hotel RL Spokane at the Park in Spokane, Washington!  The dates are October 15-17, 2017 we’re looking for a variety of formats including lectures, hands-on labs, panels, interactive discussions, and classroom lesson plans. Topic could be motivating students to learn, clothing/textiles, health, culinary arts/foods, Food Science, Technology along with certifications. Share email with anyone you think would be a great speaker.

Submit by June 1, 2017…deadline

Speaker Form- https://goo.gl/forms/cvylaozFnXgSc9HK2

Vendor Form- https://goo.gl/forms/MkBrImXDC0i7JMg52

Sponsorship Form- https://goo.gl/forms/iNjQ39D0tKSuNwZy1

Digital Learning & Leadership

edWeb.net - Digital Learning and Leadership
Free edWebinar with CE Certificate
Device Free Dinners to Drive Home Digital Citizenship
Tuesday, Apr. 25 at 4 p.m. Eastern Time
REGISTER HERE
Presented by
Michael Robb
Director of Research
Common Sense Media
Kelly Mendoza
Senior Director of Learning & Engagement, Common Sense Education
What does family dinner look like nowadays? In the digital age, it’s easy to let devices occupy more and more of our family time. As more kids and parents bring their devices to the dinner table, the opportunity to connect with family members without distractions is getting lost. One solution families can adopt is having a “device free dinner” with more bites and less bytes!
Join Common Sense to learn about their Device Free Dinner initiative. You’ll first hear from Michael Robb on the latest research on media, kids and families. For instance, how do parents feel about the impact of devices on their families? Do they feel that they—or their kids—are addicted to technology? What’s the importance of dinner time for family communication?
You’ll then hear from Kelly Mendoza about a free Device Free Dinner Toolkit with turnkey resources schools can use to designate a device-free dinner day. The toolkit includes materials for parents, classroom activities, a poster, and a community-building dinner event for schools. The various options in the toolkit will help schools customize a meaningful event for their communities. Help families support a balance between tech time and face-to-face time with Device Free Dinners!
Michael and Kelly will field your questions after their presentation. This edWebinar will benefit all school personnel, including teachers, administrators, principals, librarians, and tech coordinators, parent coordinators, and PTO staff. Read more.
Hosted by
Sponsored by
Common Sense Education Symantec
Join a Free Professional Learning Community
Digital Learning & Leadership
Share, learn, and discuss ideas and best practices to enhance teaching with technology. Join the community for invitations to free edWebinars with CE certificates, access to a resource library and online discussion forums. Learn more.

edWeb.net

edWeb.net is a free professional learning and social network that makes it easy for teachers and all educators to connect and collaborate with peers, share information and best practices, and spread innovative ideas to improve teaching and learning.

Contact us to learn more: 800-575-6015 | info@edweb.net | www.edweb.net

Jump$tart Washington

Make a difference in the lives of Washington students.
Be part of state’s leading coalition for financial literacy

Jump$tart Washington (JSW) is a nonprofit coalition created to promote the need for financial education in Washington State. We provide teacher training seminars, special events for students and reach citizens throughout the state. Our members include individuals, public and private organizations, educators, and non-profit associations – each passionate about making change and advancing our goal to:

  • Raise awareness for the need and importance of personal financial literacy
  • Increase the use of financial education programs in school and homes
  • Grow support for the coalition

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Thousands of free financial education classes and seminars for consumers will be held throughout the U.S. during Money Smart Week, April 22-29.  
 
Classes are open to people of all ages at businesses, financial institutions, schools, libraries, community organizations and government agencies throughout the country. They cover a wide variety of money-management topics including saving for college, buying a house, using credit wisely, managing student debt and financing retirement.  
 
The educational events will be carried out by local and regional partnering organizations. In addition, there are several national partners, including the American Library Association, the Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, and the United States Department of Agriculture Cooperative Extension. Money Smart Week is the broadest and most comprehensive financial education program in the country. Started in 2002 in Chicago with just 40 programs, it has expanded significantly to become the only national educational program for people at all stages of life. 
 
Those who are interested in finding out about classes in their area during Money Smart Week can visit www.moneysmartweek.org.
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Annual Program Grants – Deadline is June 30
JSW Program Grants fund projects that support development of personal finance skills of Washington residents, with emphasis on education for K-college youth. The current focus of grant awards is financial literacy that impacts high-needs populations and creates a best practice or tool that is replicable or scalable. Application deadline is Jun 30, 2017.
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FEPPP Advanced Materials Training

FREE Professional Development Program for k-12 Educators and School Librarians

Using Virtual Economics 4.5 to Enhance Your Courses
(with an Emphasis on Personal Finance)

Yes, this is the resource that you have heard other educators raving about!

Where: Cascadia Technical Academy (formerly Clark Co Skill Center)
When: April 20, 2017
Times: 8:30 am to 3:00 pm

Enrollment is limited, so register today:
https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/Vancouvermaterials

We will explore the new Virtual Economics flash drive with a focus on personal finance. This resource contains a treasure trove of classroom tested, teacher approved materials in a host of subjects!  We would like to strongly encourage teacher and librarian pairs to attend.

What’s on the VE Flash Drive?  1400 active participation lessons, all correlated to the Common Core Standards.  This amazing resource includes over 60 Council for Economic Education publications including (but not limited to):
• Personal Finance: Financial Fitness for Life (2nd edition), Learning, Earning and Investing: Elementary, Middle and High School
• Social Studies: Capstone–Teacher and Student Guides, Economics in Action, Focus Economics: k-2, 3-5, Focus: High School Economics, Focus: Middle School Economics, Focus: Understanding Economics in Civics and Government, Focus: Understanding Economics in U.S. History
• Mathematics: Mathematics & Economics: Connections for Life – 3-5, 6-8, 9-12
(See http://ve.councilforeconed.org/features/lessons.php for a complete
listing of the publications contained in this tool.)

Every participant will receive:
• Complimentary clock hours
• Continental breakfast and lunch
• A complimentary copy of the Virtual Economics flash drive (a $159.95 value)
• SUB PAY (up to $200 per teacher/librarian)

Please share with other educators in your area.

Questions?  Contact Tracy Godat at FEPPP@k12.wa.us