[NASAFACS] You are Invited: Summer 2018 Family and Consumer Sciences Trainings and Workshops

Gayla L. Randel grandel at ksde.org
Fri Apr 20 07:22:12 MDT 2018

I wanted to offer the following to any NASAFACS member who might be interested in attending.  I know there are some new people in our ranks who might like to gain information about the work done within FCS Education.  In Kansas, FCS aligns with Human Services (two pathways-Family, Community and Consumer Services and Early Childhood Development and Services), Hospitality and Tourism (two pathways--Restaurant and Event Management and Travel and Tourism), Education and Training (Teach and Train pathway)  and Visual Arts-Fashion, Apparel and Interior Design Strand (some to be a pathway of its own).

The links below have all the lodging and event details.   Please let me know if you have questions.  Thank you,  Gayla Randel

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Gayla Randel, CFCS
Education Program Consultant, Family & Consumer Sciences
Career Standards and Assessment Services
(785) 296-4912 (wk); (785)291-3791 (fax)
grandel at ksde.org<mailto:grandel at ksde.org>
Kansas State Department of Education

" If work is good, people come home with renewed energies for their families. And if family life is good, people come with renewed energy for work."  Ellen Galinsky, CEO Family and Work Institute

From: Gayla L. Randel
Sent: Wednesday, April 18, 2018 9:05 AM
To: List serv FCS Teachers <facsteachers at listserv.ksde.org>
Cc: Gayla L. Randel <grandel at ksde.org>; syahnke at ksu.edu; Janine Duncan <jduncan35 at murraystate.edu>; Pam Lamb <plamb at ksde.org>; Shelia Cook <skcook at pittstate.edu>; Taylor Spangler <taylor102496 at ksu.edu>; Barbara A. Bahm <BBahm at ksde.org>
Subject: Summer 2018 Family and Consumer Sciences Trainings and Workshops

Hello KS Family and Consumer Sciences and CTE coordinators,

Please note the following events which address issue that impact FCS Programs and/or the pathways they oversee in your schools.

For those of you using Perkins funds for your teacher(s) to attend, the first two are FY18 events. Super Week is actually FY19 which might be helpful when planning.

Also, note, all are open to both middle level and high school FCS Educators and administration. All have lodging blocks reserved and all will include PD certifications.  We are exploring 1 to 3 hours of college credit so please email Barb Bahm (bbahm at ksde.org<mailto:bbahm at ksde.org>) if you would like credit and the amount needed.  This might mean additional work after the conclusion of the event, but if interest is there, it will be secured.

May 30-June l--Fashion, Apparel and Interior Design Summit I and II--KC AREA
http://events.ksde.org/Default.aspx?tabid=870 Fashion, Apparel (registration closing 5/15/18)

This event repeats FAID Summit I on May 30 and continues with tours on May 31, ending with Summit II on June lst.  To attend Summit II (June lst), participants must have participated in Summit I either this summer or the summer of 2017. The middle day tours are open to both Summit I and II, but are highly encouraged for Summit I as we will be visiting industry partners and expanded to include Interior Design aspects which were not part of last year.  Tours are not the same as summer, 2017. Registration for each day is permitted through the registration. NOTE: Each day will be at a different location.  LODGING DEADLINE IS APRIL 30th.

June 6th--Teaching Social and Emotional Skills in FCS Education--Liberal, KS

http://events.ksde.org/Default.aspx?tabid=881 Social Emotional (registration closing 5/15/18)

All FCS educators (middle and high school) are strongly encouraged to attend this event  as we will have a deep dive discussion concerning the SECD standards and how we are already addressing SE learning in our classes and FCCLA chapters and in particular the considerations of addressing social and emotional learning in a culturally diverse classroom.  Dr. Debra Bolton, KSU Research and Extension, will be our keynote speaker and will share research on strategies to address this important topic. We will review resources and those attending will be asked to compile a "needs" list to help them meet their local needs. Since this topic is so closely aligned to the Human Services cluster skill set, we will also address is from the context of careers.   NOTE: The Liberal location was selected due to the diversity of their FCS classrooms and best practices they have in place which has led to success within FCS and FCCLA. THOSE TRAVELING IN THE NIGHT BEFORE will have a special dinner event.  LODGING DEADLINE: MAY 22nd.

July 16-20--Super Week for SUPER FCS Teachers--Wichita, KS

http://events.ksde.org/default.aspx?tabid=882 Super Week (registration closing 5/28/18)

This week will be FULL of trainings, pathway updates, skill set trainings and resource trainings and sharing.  This week is a come and go event, meaning the FCS teacher can come for one, two, etc or all the events.  Some dates have more than one selection to address a wide range of topics that KS FCS teachers have requested. Lunches are not provided except for July 20th. NOTE: Optional evening activities planned and lodging rooms include hot breakfast buffet and kitchenettes for dining in.  LODGING DEADLINE: July 1st

The registration link will provide more detail, however an outline follows:

July 16th--

  Option 1: Teaching the ServSafe Food Handlers Certification in the FCS/Culinary Classroom

    (Option 1 will include taking the Food Handlers Certification test* at the end of the day if desired)

    (* Food Handlers test covered by the registration)

  Option 2: ServSafe Managers Test Administration (no training provided, just testing for initial or renewal)

    (Testing done off site by the KS Restaurant and Hospitality Association.)

July 17th--

  Option 1: Teaching Foundational Culinary Arts I Skills with Hands-On Laboratories

  Option 2: Youth Mental Health First Aid Training

July 18th-- (All middle/high school FCS teachers are strongly encouraged to attend.)

  FCS and the Kansas Can Vision:  Program Update & Teaching Resource Update (morning)

  NOTE: Mid-day fieldtrip with lunch is planned for the Hesston Intergenerational Center (optional)

  Family, Community and Consumer Sciences Pathway/Early Childhood Pathway Update (afternoon)

July 19th--

  Option 1: Developing Life Literacy: Middle Level FCS Resource Training (80+ lessons provided)

  Option 2: Fashion, Apparel and Interior Design Pathway Review and Deep Dive

      (All teaching the FAID pathway need to attend!)

July 20th--

  Safe Dates Training  with lunch ($250 curriculum and mini-grant opportunities provided at conclusion)

  (NOTE: Training will include how to embed this into the Family Studies/Human Growth classes & FCCLA)

Gayla Randel, CFCS
Education Program Consultant--
Family and Consumer Sciences
Lead Consultant--
Human Services, Education and Training, Hospitality and Tourism, Visual Arts--FAID
Kansas State Department of Education


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