Home Economics Education

Teaching Home Economics (Family Studies, Human Ecology, Family and Consumer Science) in schools is one of the most rewarding and exciting careers in education. Home Economics education works with students to build their understanding and practical skills in food, textiles and family. Specializations include curriculum and pedagogy in food and nutrition education, food service, textile studies and textile arts, and family studies; critical ecological perspectives in transformative education related to Home Economics.


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Faculty Members in Home Economics Education

Name Research Interests
Renwick, Kerry Curriculum, pedagogy and didactics; Specialized studies in education; Critical Pedagogy; Educational Policy; Familial Contexts; Health Education; Home Economics; Human and Social Ecology; Public health; teacher education

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