Family and Consumer Sciences Research Journal

Cover image for Vol. 43 Issue 1

Edited By: Dr. Sharon A. DeVaney

Online ISSN: 1552-3934

Virtual Issue:The Role of Family and Consumer Sciences Education


Edited by Marsha Rehm, Florida State University

"The Significant Role of Family and Consumer Sciences Education in Society: Highlighting the Evidence" was selected as the theme for the second virtual issue of the Family and Consumer Sciences Research Journal. To read the full introduction, please click here.

Recruiting and Retaining Students in Family and Consumer Sciences Education: El Puente Para El Futuro (The Bridge to the Future) Mentoring Project
Wanda Eastman, Merrilyn Cummings, Garlene Petersen, and Dawn VanLeeuwen

Work Ethic as School-Based Behaviors of Adolescent Students
Wanda Fox and Catherine Grams

A Process for Assessing Standards-Based Curriculum: Lessons Learned from a High School Interpersonal Relationships Curriculum Assessment
Scott Hall and Rebecca Adams

Engaging Latinos in Culturally Specific Educational Programming: A Multidisciplinary Approach
Paul Springer, Cody Hollist, and Karen Buchfink

Evaluation of the Nutritional Knowledge, Attitudes, and Food Consumption Behaviors of High School Students Before and After Completion of a Nutrition Course
Lauren Crawford Watson, Junehee Kwon, David Nichols, and Martha Rew

Innovative Pedagogies for Family and Consumer Science/Home Economics Education – Utilizing Computer-Based Collaborative Learning to Foster Lifelong Learning Attributes
Ada Ma and Donna Pendergast

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