No live meetings
Over 4 weeks
learners per class
per learner - per week
How does a “Flexible Schedule” course work?
No scheduled live video chats
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Great if your learner prefers independent pacing or is uncomfortable with live video chat
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** THIS IS A FLEX CLASS AND DOES NOT HAVE LIVE MEETINGS ** During this class, learners will be taught how to make delicious homemade salads and side dishes. Making dinner for friends and family is fun and rewarding if you have a delicious recipe you'd like to share, and the salad or side dish can enhance the meal. (If learners would like to make a main dish to go along with this salad or side dish, I have a "Main Dishes" class that would go well with these salads and sides. If interested,...
Students will: • Learn to contribute to making dinner for their families once a week by making a variety of salads and side dishes to complement any meal. • Learn to modify a recipe to fit their own needs and tastes. • Share experiences with one another through the classroom. • Build recipe files and increase confidence in cooking and baking.
Cooking and baking are some of my favorite hobbies and I enjoy spending time making a variety of foods for my family. I have been cooking and baking for my family for over 25 years. However, my hobby truly began when I was a young girl and I wanted to make and create different foods and dishes in the kitchen. I am excited to share this wonderful hobby with young chefs and create an excitement in this area as well.
The supply lists and ingredients will change each week, depending on the type of main dishes we are making. These will be sent out on Wednesday mornings so learners can plan and prepare for the upcoming week. As with all of my cooking and baking classes, I will include photos of the supplies and ingredients we will be using to make it easier for students to see and gather what they need for each class. Most of the classes will require these supplies: Rubber spatula or wooden spoon Mixing bowl Measuring cups and measuring spoons Knife and cutting board for cutting fruit/vegetables
No live meetings, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
Parents are strongly encouraged to assist the learner in the kitchen. Learners will be using the stove and/or oven for a couple of the recipes, as well as knives when cutting vegetables and preparing some of the food. Please be aware of allergens - these recipes may contain ingredients with soy, nuts, dairy, etc.
Engaging and Enthusiastic Certified Teacher!
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286 completed classes
I am a certified teacher and received my Bachelor's Degree in Education from Weber State University. My mom was a teacher, so I spent my teenage years volunteering in her classroom and have loved teaching ever since. I have 25+ years of teaching...