FCS 791 Section 79

 

Curriculum in Family and Consumer Sciences

This course will provide students with a strong understanding of the components of Family and Consumer Science from a critical science approach. Students will look at the history of FCS and develop a philosophy about what FCS education should be. They will be immersed in curriculum, creating lesson plans that address the Wisconsin Academic Standards for Family and Consumer Science education. In developing curriculum for K-12 and adult FCS, students will consider learning styles, teaching methods, program planning and assessment procedures.
 
Note: This course is intended for individuals seeking Add-on certification in Family
Certification or instructor permission is required.
 
Permission Required: Admission to the 210 Family Consumer Science Graduate Certification or instructor permission is required.
 
 

 Textbook Information

 

Communicating Family and Consumer Sciences: A Guidebook for Professionals (3rd edition) by Elizabeth Hitch
ISBN: 1566377978

American Association of Family and Consumer Science Curriculum Yearbook (1999 edition) by Cheryl Fedje
ISBN: 0078204488

Textbooks available through University Store & Text Rental.
 

 Tuition and Fees

 
WI Graduate
3 credits: $1333.41
 
Tuition reflects Wisconsin resident off-campus rate plus a $60 distance education administration fee.
 

 Registration

 

​Permission is required to register for this course.

Contact
Vicki Carlson
CPS 100
715-346-4782
vcarlson@uwsp.edu

 

 Course

 
Course
FCS 791
 
Section
79
 
Credits
3
 
Dates/Times
May 4 - August 7, 2013
 
Location
Online/CPS 208
 
One face to face meeting Saturday May 4, 12:30 p.m. - 3 p.m. on UWSP campus CPS 208
 

 Instructor

 
Marsha Larson
CPS 236
715-346-4968
malarson@uwsp.edu