Family Focus on Teaching Family Science
This Family Focus section of NCFR Report features articles by your colleagues about teaching Family Science.
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- The Use of Biographical Baseball Films to Teach Family Studies Concepts — by Jacki Fitzpatrick, Associate Professor, Texas Tech University, and Ryan Gerrity, student, James Madison University
- Viewing Policy and Practice Through the Family Impact Lens: A New Rationale, Handbook, and Toolkit for Family Science Teachers — by Karen Bogenschneider and Olivia M. Little, Policy Institute for Family Impact Seminars, University of Wisconsin-Madison/Extension
- To Teach Effectively, Design Intentionally — by James Marshall, Ph.D., LMFT, Associate Professor of Family Life, University of Arkansas, and H. Wallace Goddard, Ph.D., CFLE, Professor of Family Life, University of Arkansas
- Teaching Grant Writing to Undergraduate Students in Family and Community Services — by Sharon M. Ballard, associate professor of Child Development & Family Relations, and Bryce Jorgensen, assistant professor of Child Development & Family Relations, East Carolina University
- Islam's Role in Family (and Life) Education — by Aliya Hirji, B.A., Provisional CFLE
- Family Life Education: A Model for Graduate Education — by Arminta Jacobson, Ph.D., CFCS, CFLE, Elaine Millikan Mathes Professor, Development and Family Studies, Department of Educational Psychology, University of North Texas
- Two Worlds of Communication: Reconsidering the Human Factor — by Terrance D. Olson, Professor, School of Family Life, Brigham Young University
- Teaching About Families (and Family Studies) Through Research Monographs — by Meg Wilkes Karraker, Ph.D., University of St. Thomas
- Online Family Studies Courses Design and Implementation: The Roles of Architect and Instructor — by Bryce Dickey, M.S., CFLE, Western Michigan University
- An Introductory Family Science Course Built on Bronfenbrenner's Ecological Framework — by Lawrence G. Shelton, Ph.D., Human Development & Family Studies, University of Vermont
- Engaging Students in Community-Based Family Life Education Experiences — by Chloe D. Merrill, Ph.D., CPC, CFCS, CFLE, and Paul L. Schvaneveldt, Ph.D., CFLE, Child and Family Studies, Weber State University
- What Drives Professors Crazy — by Julia M. Bernard, Ph.D., CFLE, MFT Intern, Assistant Professor, Family and Child Studies, and Juliet Hardtner Women in Arts and Humanities Endowed Professor, McNeese State University
- Meta-Analysis as a Bridge Between Content and Application for Students in Family Science — by Elise Murowchick, Ph.D., CFLE, lecturer at Seattle University in the Department of Psychology
- Adapting Process-Oriented Guided-Inquiry (POGIL) to Family Science — by Trent W. Maurer, Ph.D., Georgia Southern University
- Teaching Approaches Based on My NCFR "File Folder" — by Kari Morgan, PhD, CFLE, associate professor, Department of Family and Consumer Sciences
- Integrating Skills Employers Want in Family Theories Classes — by Raeann R. Hamon, Messiah College, and Suzanne R. Smith, Washington State University Vancouver
- Incorporating Portfolios Into Family Science — by Yolanda Mitchell, M.S., Jaimee Hartenstein, M.S., and Melinda Stafford Markham, Ph.D., CFLE, Kansas State University
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