Are the serving sizes on food labels realistic? The video below takes a look at this issue. Lead students to discuss how the information on food labels can be misleading.
Is cooking healthy meals at home really more expensive than eating out? Use this article as a springboard to discuss this issue with students.
This is a great article to share with students about how the largest hotel in the country is maintained on a daily basis.
When 12,000 Guests Spend the Night
16th Annual Professional Development Educator Conference
November 13-15, 2011
Developed specifically for High School Hospitality and Culinary Arts Educators
To reserve your room today at the special conference rate call 1-888-830-5444.
$99 for single and $119 for double
The New CTE Teachers Conference is scheduled for October 23-25, 2011 in Austin, Texas.
This is an opportunity to learn proven strategies for CTE, meet TEA’s CTE Directors,
ask questions, and share ideas with other CTE educators from across the state.
Conference sessions will include 16 Career Clusters breakouts, CTE TEKS, career
development and career preparation, working with special populations,
strategies for teaching today’s students…and more!
New CTE teachers also will gain valuable resources and connections by networking
with representatives from Texas CTE professional associations and career and
technical student organizations (CTSOs).
Registration will begin September 1st. Register by October 7th to get a discounted early-bird registration rate of $50 and $85/night hotel rate. Standard rates
are $75 conference fee and $104/night hotel rate. Conference capacity is limited! Registration closes October 14th.
For more information, visit http://cte.tamucc.edu/index.shtml