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					                                                                                              21ST CENTURY LEARNING SKILLS INVENTORY
                                                                                    DEPARTMENT: Family and Consumer Sciences/Health Occupations

                 DEFINITION                                                                         DESCRIPTION                                                              FREQUENCY                                          ASSESSMENT

                                                                                        WHERE IS THIS SKILL BEING TAUGHT                                              HOW OFTEN IS IT TAUGHT?                       HOW IS THIS SKILL BEING ASSESSED ?
  WHAT SKILLS ARE WE EVALUATING?                                                       (Must be the focus of the unit or activity)?                                (daily, weekly, monthly, one time)?         (informal assessment, exam, presentation, debate)
Global Awareness
•Using 21st century skills to understand and                            History of Health Care, Future Trends in Health Care, Medical Ethics & legal
address global issues                                                                                                                                            specific units, concepts taught through out   class presenations, informal assessments, vocabulary
                                                                                        Responsibilities, Infection Control and Safety
• Learning from and working collaboratively
with individuals representing diverse cultures,
religions and lifestyles in a spirit of mutual                        Natural Disaster Preparedness, Disease Recognition, Public Health Concerns,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     quizzes/tests, projects, outside speakers
respect and open dialogue in personal, work                                            Long Term Care and Alternative Health Care
and community contexts


•Understanding other nations and cultures,
including the use of non-English languages

Financial, Economic, Business and                                     Health Care Organizational Systems, Public health Concerns (Insurance and
Entrepreneurial Literacy                                            Financing), Career Clusters, Personal Skills Assessments, Career Search, Long                                                              class presenations, informal assessments, vocabulary
                                                                   Term Care (Role of Aging & Disbilities), Human Life stages/needs, Preventive care,
•Knowing how to make appropriate personal
economic choices                                                                                                                                                 specific units, concepts taught through out

•Understanding the role of the economy in
society                                                                                                                                                                                                              quizzes/tests, projects, outside speakers

•Using entrepreneurial skills to enhance
workplace productivity and career options

Civic Literacy

•Participating effectively in civic life through                       Health Care Concerns, History of Health Care, Insurance Options, Future
knowing how to stay informed and                                  Need/Trends, Health Care Systems, Professionalism in Health Care, Patient Rights,
understanding governmental processes                                                                                                                             specific units, concepts taught through out   class presenations, informal assessments, vocabulary
                                                                   Medical Ethics and Legal Responsibilities, Infection Control and Safety Practices,
                                                                          Disaster Preparedness, Long Term Care, Public Health Concerns
•Exercising the rights and obligations of
citizenship at local, state, national and global                                                                                                                                                                     quizzes/tests, projects, outside speakers
levels
•Understanding the local and global
implications of civic decisions

Health Literacy
•Obtaining, interpreting and understanding                        Health Care Concerns, Future need/trends, Financing, Personal Skills Assessments,
basic health information and services and                          Public Health Concerns, Infection Control and Safety Practices, Micro-organisms
using such information and services in ways                        and Transmission, Patient and Employee Safety, Disaster Recognition, Disaster                                                               class presenations, informal assessments, vocabulary
that enhance health                                               Preparedness, Disease Recognition, Body Systems-Phy. and Anatomy, Vital Signs
                                                                   training, Diagonostic Skills and Assessments, Human Growth and Development,




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                                                                                            21ST CENTURY LEARNING SKILLS INVENTORY
                                                                                   DEPARTMENT: Family and Consumer Sciences/Health Occupations

                DEFINITION                                                                        DESCRIPTION                                                             FREQUENCY                                             ASSESSMENT

                                                                                      WHERE IS THIS SKILL BEING TAUGHT                                             HOW OFTEN IS IT TAUGHT?                          HOW IS THIS SKILL BEING ASSESSED ?
  WHAT SKILLS ARE WE EVALUATING?                                                     (Must be the focus of the unit or activity)?                               (daily, weekly, monthly, one time)?            (informal assessment, exam, presentation, debate)
•Understanding preventive physical and
mental health measures, including proper diet,
nutrition, exercise, risk avoidance and stress                                                                                                                specific units, concepts taught through out            quizzes/tests, projects, outside speakers
reduction

•Using available information to make
                                                                   Lifestages and Human Needs, Long Term Care, Public Health Concerns, Nutrition
appropriate health-related decisions
                                                                                                and Special Diets
•Establishing and monitoring personal and
family health goals

•Understanding national and international
public health and safety issues

LEARNING AND INNOVATION
SKILLS
Creativity and Innovation                                            Health Care and Organizational Systems, Public Health Policies, Financing and
•Create, interpret, or present something in a                                     Future Trends, Career Exploration, Career Clusters,
new an original way                                                                                                                                           specific units, concepts taught through out      class presenations, informal assessments, vocabulary

•Think Creatively - Elaborate, refine, analyze                    Personal Assessments, Post Secondary Research, Professionalism and Qualities of
and evaluate their own ideas in order to                           a Health Care Worker, Patient Rights, Medical Ethics and Legal Responsibilites,
improve and maximize creative efforts                                                                                                                                                                                quizzes/tests, projects, outside speakers
                                                                      Effective Communication (Written Documenatation and Observation Skills,
                                                                                            Abbreviations, Military Time)
• Work creatively with others
• Implement Innovations                                           Charting Processes, Infection Control and Safety Practices, Disaster Preparedness
Critical Thinking and Problem Solving                                Vital Signs Training, Long Term Care (Role in Society), Human Needs and
                                                                                                    Assessment),
•Reason Effectively                                                                 Health and Wellness-Public Health Concerns
•Use systems thinking: Analyze how parts of
a whole interact with each other to produce                                                                                                                                                                 Career Research, Vital Signs Packet, Disease Reports, Long
overall outcomes in complex systems                                                                                                                                                                                        Term Care Facility Project

•Make judgments and decisions
•Solve problems
Communication and Collaboration

•Communicate clearly and listen effectively
utilizing multiple media and technologies in
diverse environments

•Collaborate with others

 INFORMATION MEDIA & TECHNOLOGY




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                                                                                           21ST CENTURY LEARNING SKILLS INVENTORY
                                                                                  DEPARTMENT: Family and Consumer Sciences/Health Occupations

                DEFINITION                                                                        DESCRIPTION                                                                   FREQUENCY                                              ASSESSMENT

                                                                                      WHERE IS THIS SKILL BEING TAUGHT                                                   HOW OFTEN IS IT TAUGHT?                          HOW IS THIS SKILL BEING ASSESSED ?
  WHAT SKILLS ARE WE EVALUATING?                                                     (Must be the focus of the unit or activity)?                                     (daily, weekly, monthly, one time)?            (informal assessment, exam, presentation, debate)
Information Literacy
•Access and evaluate information efficiently
(time) and effectively (sources)
•Use and manage Information accurately

Media Literacy
•Analyze Media: Understand how/why media                          Dietary Analysis, Preventative Care and Positive Self Help, Public Health Concerns,
messages are constructed and their purpose                           Career Exploration and Persoanl Assessments, Health Care Professionalism,                                                                       class presenations, informal assessments, vocabulary
                                                                     Patient Rights and responsilibites, medical ethics and Legal Responsibilities,
•Analyze Media: Examine how individuals
interpret messages differently, how values
and points of view are included/excluded, and
                                                                              Patient Infomration communicatioin, Technology Resources                              specific units, concepts taught through out             quizzes/tests, projects, outside speakers
how media influences beliefs/behaviors


•Apply an understanding of the ethical/legal
issues surrounding the access/use of media
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Career Resarch Packet


•Create Media Products: Understand/utilize
appropriate expressions and interpretations in
diverse, multi-cultural environments


Technology Literacy
•Apply technology effectively as a tool to
research, organize, evaluate and
communicate information

•Apply an understanding of the ethical/legal
issues surrounding the access and use of
information technologies


LIFE AND CAREER SKILLS                                           WIS Career Investigation, Career Clusters, College Research and Information             throughout each unit-thread through out
Flexibility and Adaptability
•Adapt to change                                                 Gruest Speakers
•Be flexible                                                                                                                                                                                                      Career Research project and informal assessments
Initiative and Self-Direction
•Manage goals and time
•Work Independently
•Be self-directed learners
Social and Cross-Cultural Skills                                                                                                                                                                                  class presenations, informal assessments, vocabulary
•Interact effectively with others                                                                                                                                                                                 quizzes/tests, projects, outside speakers
•Work Effectively in Diverse Teams
Productivity and Accountability
•Manage Projects
•Produce Results




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                                                                                         21ST CENTURY LEARNING SKILLS INVENTORY
                                                                                DEPARTMENT: Family and Consumer Sciences/Health Occupations

                DEFINITION                                                                     DESCRIPTION                                                        FREQUENCY                                           ASSESSMENT

                                                                                    WHERE IS THIS SKILL BEING TAUGHT                                       HOW OFTEN IS IT TAUGHT?                        HOW IS THIS SKILL BEING ASSESSED ?
  WHAT SKILLS ARE WE EVALUATING?                                                   (Must be the focus of the unit or activity)?                         (daily, weekly, monthly, one time)?          (informal assessment, exam, presentation, debate)
Leadership and Responsibility
•Guide and Lead Others
•Be Responsible to Others
                                                                                                                                                                                                     Vital Signs Training-School and Community Vital Signs
         SERVICE LEARNING                                                    MOM's Food Pantry Drive, Community Vital Signs Training
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Education

A teaching and learning strategy that
integrates meaningful community service with                                                                                                                                                        MOM's Food Drive-# of Pounds of Food taken to MOM's,
                                                  Health Occupation Students of America Activities which depend upon HOSA Advisor                     specific units, concepts taught through out
instruction and reflection to enrich the learning                                                                                                                                                   HOSA- Local, Regional, State and National Competitions
experience and strengthen communities




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                                                                                                21ST CENTURY LEARNING SKILLS INVENTORY
                                                                                       DEPARTMENT: Family and Consumer Sciences/Health Occupations

                 DEFINITION                                                                            DESCRIPTION                                                                         FREQUENCY                                                        ASSESSMENT

                                                                                           WHERE IS THIS SKILL BEING TAUGHT                                                         HOW OFTEN IS IT TAUGHT?                                    HOW IS THIS SKILL BEING ASSESSED ?
  WHAT SKILLS ARE WE EVALUATING?                                                          (Must be the focus of the unit or activity)?                                           (daily, weekly, monthly, one time)?                      (informal assessment, exam, presentation, debate)
Global Awareness
•Using 21st century skills to understand and                       Identify where we have come in daycare and where it is going in the future based on
address global issues                                                                                                                                                                         weekly unit                                                     reflection paper
                                                                                                   socitial changes
• Learning from and working collaboratively
with individuals representing diverse cultures,
religions and lifestyles in a spirit of mutual                        Running the Pre School (students must work with students of different Cultures),
                                                                                                                                                                                                quarter                                       lesson planning/rubric based, class discussion
respect and open dialogue in personal, work                           understanding the discipline associated with various cultures and social classes
and community contexts


•Understanding other nations and cultures,
including the use of non-English languages

Financial, Economic, Business and
Entrepreneurial Literacy
•Knowing how to make appropriate personal                          They have to investigate cost of raising a child, compare cost of types of child care,
economic choices                                                                                                                                                                       first two are week lessons                             worksheet for first two-this info. Is on unit test
                                                                                              plan lessons within a budget
•Understanding the role of the economy in
society                                                                                                                                                              lessons within a budget in on going during the qtr of preschool                       practical application

•Using entrepreneurial skills to enhance
workplace productivity and career options                                                            earn ACCT certification                                                                      daily                                           meet requirement to earn certification

Civic Literacy

•Participating effectively in civic life through
knowing how to stay informed and                                          read the Child Care Guide developed by the State of WI regarding rules &                                                                                     practice with a worksheet, included on a test and application
understanding governmental processes                                                                                                                                                     taught in a weekly unit
                                                                                                        regulations                                                                                                                                         during pre-school

•Exercising the rights and obligations of
citizenship at local, state, national and global                              Understand Licensing requirement for each career choice in Child Care
levels
•Understanding the local and global
implications of civic decisions                                                                   Ratios for Day Care Centers

Health Literacy
•Obtaining, interpreting and understanding
basic health information and services and                          Unit on Health and Safety, Unit on Nutrition-following state regulations for preparing
using such information and services in ways                                                                                                                                                                                            create a menu assignment-which is the infomal assessment,
                                                                   meals for Day Care Centers, What children need-Age 0 to Age 6 nutrtients needed                                            weekly unit
that enhance health                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          worksheet
                                                                                                      to be healthy




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                                                                                            21ST CENTURY LEARNING SKILLS INVENTORY
                                                                                  DEPARTMENT: Family and Consumer Sciences/Health Occupations

                DEFINITION                                                                        DESCRIPTION                                                                   FREQUENCY                                                 ASSESSMENT

                                                                                      WHERE IS THIS SKILL BEING TAUGHT                                                   HOW OFTEN IS IT TAUGHT?                             HOW IS THIS SKILL BEING ASSESSED ?
  WHAT SKILLS ARE WE EVALUATING?                                                     (Must be the focus of the unit or activity)?                                     (daily, weekly, monthly, one time)?               (informal assessment, exam, presentation, debate)
•Understanding preventive physical and
mental health measures, including proper diet,
nutrition, exercise, risk avoidance and stress                                                                                                                                                                        both have written tests with earning a State Certification in
                                                                              Shaken Baby Syndrome and Sudden Infant Death Syndrome                                                weekly unit
reduction                                                                                                                                                                                                                                correlation with SBS


•Using available information to make
appropriate health-related decisions                                                                   Allegeries                                                  part of weekly unit under Health and Safety                    classroom assingmnet/worksheet

•Establishing and monitoring personal and
family health goals                                                                      Classroom Saftey and Center Safety                                                        weekly unit                                    classroom assingmnet/worksheet

•Understanding national and international
public health and safety issues

LEARNING AND INNOVATION
SKILLS
Creativity and Innovation
•Create, interpret, or present something in a
new an original way
•Think Creatively - Elaborate, refine, analyze
and evaluate their own ideas in order to                            create lesson plans, set up and run a Pre-School (they design their own program                                                                     weekly lesson plans, daily participation rubric, weekly
                                                                                                                                                                                    6 weeks
improve and maximize creative efforts                                                                    goals),                                                                                                                           observations

• Work creatively with others
• Implement Innovations
Critical Thinking and Problem Solving

•Reason Effectively
•Use systems thinking: Analyze how parts of
a whole interact with each other to produce
overall outcomes in complex systems                                           Problem Solve Inappropriate Behavior Observed in Children                                     ongoing throughout class                          oral discussion weekly, part of final exam


•Make judgments and decisions
•Solve problems
Communication and Collaboration

•Communicate clearly and listen effectively
                                                                    create lesson plans, set up and run a Pre-School (they design their own program
utilizing multiple media and technologies in
                                                                    goals), communicate with Pre-School children and parents, update bulletin board,           newletter is done weekly, display case is done daily               product itself is grading by a rubric
diverse environments
                                                                                           display case, parent newsletter and
•Collaborate with others

 INFORMATION MEDIA & TECHNOLOGY

Information Literacy




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                                                                                               21ST CENTURY LEARNING SKILLS INVENTORY
                                                                                     DEPARTMENT: Family and Consumer Sciences/Health Occupations

                DEFINITION                                                                           DESCRIPTION                                                                       FREQUENCY                                             ASSESSMENT

                                                                                         WHERE IS THIS SKILL BEING TAUGHT                                                      HOW OFTEN IS IT TAUGHT?                         HOW IS THIS SKILL BEING ASSESSED ?
  WHAT SKILLS ARE WE EVALUATING?                                                        (Must be the focus of the unit or activity)?                                        (daily, weekly, monthly, one time)?           (informal assessment, exam, presentation, debate)
•Access and evaluate information efficiently                                                                                                                                                                            make personal judgement and apply appropriate guidance
(time) and effectively (sources)                                                      Evaluate various discipline technique strategies                                            ongoing throughout class
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             technique
•Use and manage Information accurately

Media Literacy
•Analyze Media: Understand how/why media
messages are constructed and their purpose


•Analyze Media: Examine how individuals
interpret messages differently, how values
and points of view are included/excluded, and                            Evaluate various discipline technique strategies, review brain development
                                                                                                                                                                                  ongoing throughout class                                      oral debate
how media influences beliefs/behaviors                                        (compare newspaper articles, newspaper articles and videoes),


•Apply an understanding of the ethical/legal
issues surrounding the access/use of media                               work with attachment (read different articles related to different aspects of
                                                                                                                                                                            weekly unit, but is ongoing observation              create a chart and write a reflextion paper
                                                                                                  attachment behavior)

•Create Media Products: Understand/utilize
appropriate expressions and interpretations in
diverse, multi-cultural environments


Technology Literacy
•Apply technology effectively as a tool to
research, organize, evaluate and                                     online resources for lesson planning, investigate development and create power
                                                                                                                                                                                         weekly unit                        lesson plan rubric-weekly for quarter, presentation
communicate information                                                                     point presentations on development

•Apply an understanding of the ethical/legal
issues surrounding the access and use of
information technologies


LIFE AND CAREER SKILLS
Flexibility and Adaptability
•Adapt to change                                                 create weekly lessons,                                                                       for quarter                                             lesson rubric
•Be flexible                                                     work directly with children                                                                  daily during preschool                                  participation rubric
Initiative and Self-Direction
•Manage goals and time                                           create weekly lessons,                                                                       for quarter                                             lesson rubric
•Work Independently                                              running the Pre School-self directed and independent                                         for quarter                                             lesson and participation rubrics
•Be self-directed learners
Social and Cross-Cultural Skills
•Interact effectively with others                                work with 20 other students within the class to run the preschool,                           daily for quarter                                       informal discussion and team planning, participation rubric
•Work Effectively in Diverse Teams
Productivity and Accountability
•Manage Projects                                                 identify professional development required for continued licensing
•Produce Results
Leadership and Responsibility




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                                                                                             21ST CENTURY LEARNING SKILLS INVENTORY
                                                                                    DEPARTMENT: Family and Consumer Sciences/Health Occupations

                 DEFINITION                                                                         DESCRIPTION                                                                      FREQUENCY                                       ASSESSMENT

                                                                                        WHERE IS THIS SKILL BEING TAUGHT                                                    HOW OFTEN IS IT TAUGHT?                     HOW IS THIS SKILL BEING ASSESSED ?
  WHAT SKILLS ARE WE EVALUATING?                                                       (Must be the focus of the unit or activity)?                                      (daily, weekly, monthly, one time)?       (informal assessment, exam, presentation, debate)
•Guide and Lead Others                                            lead teacher for lessons, teaching preschool children, responsible to others              daily during preschool                             lesson and participation rubrics
•Be Responsible to Others

          SERVICE LEARNING

A teaching and learning strategy that
                                                                        We offer a Preschool for community children, the students also volunteer at                                                              reflection journals and grading rubric for volunteering, drop
integrates meaningful community service with
                                                                      elementary schools in classrooms, volunteering after school for various tutoring                      daily, drop and shop in one day     and shop-parent feed back forms and presentations given in
instruction and reflection to enrich the learning
                                                                              programs, offer a drop and shop for local community members                                                                                     State Competitions through FCCLA
experience and strengthen communities




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                                                                                                21ST CENTURY LEARNING SKILLS INVENTORY
                                                                                        DEPARTMENT: Family and Consumer Sciences/Health Occupations

                 DEFINITION                                                                           DESCRIPTION                                                          FREQUENCY                                                      ASSESSMENT

                                                                                      WHERE IS THIS SKILL BEING TAUGHT                                               HOW OFTEN IS IT TAUGHT?                                HOW IS THIS SKILL BEING ASSESSED ?
  WHAT SKILLS ARE WE EVALUATING?                                                     (Must be the focus of the unit or activity)?                                (daily, weekly, monthly, one time)?                   (informal assessment, exam, presentation, debate)
Global Awareness                                                  Development of Food Norms and Attitudes, American Regional & International Labs, Nutrtion is on going; American Regional and International are a   Labs assessments, web research and presentations, written
                                                                     Food Nutrition and Health, Food Timeline & Continuing Concerns over Food                   one time unit; the rest are daily concerns                                   exams
•Using 21st century skills to understand and
address global issues
• Learning from and working collaboratively
with individuals representing diverse cultures,
religions and lifestyles in a spirit of mutual
respect and open dialogue in personal, work
and community contexts


•Understanding other nations and cultures,
including the use of non-English languages

Financial, Economic, Business and                                             Food Purchasing , Food Costing, Budgeting, Food Needs and Concerns,                                                                     costing a recipe, budgeting of foods, weekly write a market
Entrepreneurial Literacy                                                                                                                                           on going throughout the semester
                                                                                        Development of Food Habits, Safety & Sanitation                                                                                       order, lab assessments and written exams
•Knowing how to make appropriate personal
economic choices
•Understanding the role of the economy in
society
•Using entrepreneurial skills to enhance
workplace productivity and career options

Civic Literacy

•Participating effectively in civic life through                                                                                                                                                                       study guide, class discussions, recipe adaptations, Labs
knowing how to stay informed and                                     Food Safety and Sanitation- discussion of FDA and USDA -, work in lab groups-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      assessments, comparisons, label reading, timeline of food,
understanding governmental processes                               group decision making on lab choices, Food Habits and Attitudes, Food Purchasing                on going throughout the semester
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        investigations-web research and presentations, written
                                                                                                      and Labeling
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        exams, demonstations,
•Exercising the rights and obligations of
citizenship at local, state, national and global                                                         Food timeline                                                           daily
levels
•Understanding the local and global
implications of civic decisions

Health Literacy
•Obtaining, interpreting and understanding
basic health information and services and                                                                                                                                                                                article reviews, study guides, presentations, video and
                                                                       Eating Behaviors, Special Diets, Vegetarian, Nutrition, Food Labeling, Meal
using such information and services in ways                                                                                                                                                                           discussions after wards, camparisons, health assessments,
                                                                    Planning, Recipe Adaptation, Microwave Cooking, Cooking Techinques (Steam vs                   on going throughout the semester
that enhance health                                                                                                                                                                                                  investigation web research, recipe adaptations, recipe make-
                                                                                      Boiling veggies), Food Habits and Attitudes
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                overs, wrtitten exams and demonstrations




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                                                                                              21ST CENTURY LEARNING SKILLS INVENTORY
                                                                                     DEPARTMENT: Family and Consumer Sciences/Health Occupations

                DEFINITION                                                                           DESCRIPTION                                                            FREQUENCY                                         ASSESSMENT

                                                                                         WHERE IS THIS SKILL BEING TAUGHT                                             HOW OFTEN IS IT TAUGHT?                    HOW IS THIS SKILL BEING ASSESSED ?
  WHAT SKILLS ARE WE EVALUATING?                                                        (Must be the focus of the unit or activity)?                               (daily, weekly, monthly, one time)?      (informal assessment, exam, presentation, debate)
•Understanding preventive physical and
mental health measures, including proper diet,                       American Regional Labs and International Labs, Food Timeline Activities (how
nutrition, exercise, risk avoidance and stress                       where things developed and how things have changed for the better & worse in
reduction                                                                              regards to the various food we know eat)

•Using available information to make
appropriate health-related decisions                                                                     microwave                                                              on week

•Establishing and monitoring personal and
family health goals                                                                                       timeline                                                           one to two days

•Understanding national and international
public health and safety issues

LEARNING AND INNOVATION
SKILLS
Creativity and Innovation
•Create, interpret, or present something in a
new an original way
•Think Creatively - Elaborate, refine, analyze                       Recipe Makeover, Food Choices, Recipe Adaptations, American Regional and                                                              study guides, presentations, video and discussions after
and evaluate their own ideas in order to                          International Units, Garnishing, Cake Decorating, Food Presentations, Roles of the                             weekly                    wards, presentation rubrics, investigation web research,
improve and maximize creative efforts                                                Family with Food, Food costing and budgeting                                                                        recipe adaptations, recipe make-overs, and demonstrations
• Work creatively with others
• Implement Innovations
Critical Thinking and Problem Solving

•Reason Effectively
•Use systems thinking: Analyze how parts of                         Budgeting, Meaning of Food, Food Habits and Attitudes, Kitchen Management,
a whole interact with each other to produce                                                                                                                                                                study guides, presentations, video and discussions after
                                                                   Safety and Sanitation, Microwave Cookery, Food Purchasing and Meal Planning,
overall outcomes in complex systems                                                                                                                                 on going throughout the semester       wards, presentation rubrics, investigation web research,
                                                                  Nutrition, Vegetarian, Eating Behaviors, Special Dietary Needs, American Regional
                                                                                                                                                                                                         recipe adaptations, recipe make-overs, and demonstrations
                                                                                                 and International Lab
•Make judgments and decisions
•Solve problems
Communication and Collaboration

•Communicate clearly and listen effectively
utilizing multiple media and technologies in                                                                                                                                                             grading rubric on class participation and attitude, lab grading
                                                                             Presentations and Labs for American Regional and International labs                     unit which last roughly a month
diverse environments                                                                                                                                                                                          rubric, informal assessments on going all the time,

•Collaborate with others

 INFORMATION MEDIA & TECHNOLOGY

Information Literacy




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                                                                                          21ST CENTURY LEARNING SKILLS INVENTORY
                                                                                 DEPARTMENT: Family and Consumer Sciences/Health Occupations

                DEFINITION                                                                       DESCRIPTION                                                               FREQUENCY                                                 ASSESSMENT

                                                                                     WHERE IS THIS SKILL BEING TAUGHT                                                HOW OFTEN IS IT TAUGHT?                            HOW IS THIS SKILL BEING ASSESSED ?
  WHAT SKILLS ARE WE EVALUATING?                                                    (Must be the focus of the unit or activity)?                                  (daily, weekly, monthly, one time)?              (informal assessment, exam, presentation, debate)
•Access and evaluate information efficiently                        Food habits and Attitudes, Kitchen Management, Time Management, Safety and
(time) and effectively (sources)                                      Sanitation, Food Purchasing, Fact vs Falacy, My Pyramid, Food Labeling                on going interwoven throughout the specific units                         Fact vs Fallacy

•Use and manage Information accurately                                                    Assessments, Eating Behavior Diets

Media Literacy
•Analyze Media: Understand how/why media                                                                                                                                                                           study guides, presentations, video and discussions after
messages are constructed and their purpose                          My Pryamid, Food label and comparisons, Product development, Food Timeline,
                                                                                                                                                            on going interwoven throughout the specific units      wards, presentation rubrics, investigation web research,
                                                                                   Eating Behavior Article Reviews, Diet Reviews,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 recipe adaptations, recipe make-overs, and demonstrations
•Analyze Media: Examine how individuals
interpret messages differently, how values
and points of view are included/excluded, and Food Habits and Attitudes, Safety and Sanitation, Food Purchasing, Fact vs Falacy,                                                                                  article reviews, health assessments, recipe make-overs,
                                                                                                                                                            on going interwoven throughout the specific units
how media influences beliefs/behaviors                                      Eating Behavior Diets                                                                                                                             wrtitten exams and demonstrations


•Apply an understanding of the ethical/legal
issues surrounding the access/use of media
                                                                                                 Product Labeling                                           on going interwoven throughout the specific units


•Create Media Products: Understand/utilize
appropriate expressions and interpretations in
diverse, multi-cultural environments                                                  International Lab, American Regional Lab                                                  monthly


Technology Literacy
•Apply technology effectively as a tool to
research, organize, evaluate and
communicate information

•Apply an understanding of the ethical/legal
issues surrounding the access and use of
information technologies


LIFE AND CAREER SKILLS
Flexibility and Adaptability                                     The Unknown Lab
•Adapt to change                                                                                                                                     ongoing throughout the semester
•Be flexible                                                                                                                                                                                                    lab planning and participation
Initiative and Self-Direction                                                                                                                                                                                   group work and individual work
•Manage goals and time                                                                                                                                                                                          class presentations
•Work Independently                                              Please see above descriptions
•Be self-directed learners
Social and Cross-Cultural Skills
•Interact effectively with others                                Please see above descriptions
•Work Effectively in Diverse Teams
Productivity and Accountability
•Manage Projects                                                 Please see above descriptions
•Produce Results
Leadership and Responsibility




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                                                                                         21ST CENTURY LEARNING SKILLS INVENTORY
                                                                                DEPARTMENT: Family and Consumer Sciences/Health Occupations

                DEFINITION                                                                       DESCRIPTION                                               FREQUENCY                                    ASSESSMENT

                                                                                    WHERE IS THIS SKILL BEING TAUGHT                                 HOW OFTEN IS IT TAUGHT?                 HOW IS THIS SKILL BEING ASSESSED ?
  WHAT SKILLS ARE WE EVALUATING?                                                   (Must be the focus of the unit or activity)?                   (daily, weekly, monthly, one time)?   (informal assessment, exam, presentation, debate)
•Guide and Lead Others                                           Please see above descriptions
•Be Responsible to Others

         SERVICE LEARNING

A teaching and learning strategy that
integrates meaningful community service with Create Multicultural food for Student Body to Sample, Preparation & Serving Food at
                                                                                                                                                               one time                   Lab assessement, feed back from Student Body
instruction and reflection to enrich the learning the local Homeless Shelter, Collection of Food for Homeless Shelter/MOM's
experience and strengthen communities




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