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Let's Cook Dinner! A FLEX Cooking Class
Cooking Delicious Dinners
In this weekly class learners are guided to cook nutritious, delicious dinners from scratch. Catering to dietary needs. Modeling, skills sessions and step by step instructions. Learners agree on next week's meal after group discussion.
43 total reviews for this teacher
14 reviews for this class
Completed by 24 learners
There are no upcoming classes.
Once per week
learners per class
How does an "Ongoing" course work?
Meets on a weekly schedule, join any week, no need to catch up on previous material
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Automatic payment every Sunday, cancel any time
Great for clubs and for practicing skills
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This is a totally hands on, interactive and authentic cooking experience, where the students and I work together to choose, prepare, cook and assess, nutritious and delicious dinners. Students will cook dinner for their family each week, for cheaper than a take out meal. Each week students in the class choose what to cook for the following week. Part of the process is for the learners to agree on what to cook for their family's needs and likes. So the menu below is flexible and...
I LOVE cooking as a learning activity because as well as learning cooking (an all important life skill), there is so much other authentic learning involved. There are just so many academic and personal learning strands included. I think the MOST important one is student agency, competence and creativity as they get total (guided) autonomy in the kitchen. Students will learn a range of cooking skills including: * using the stove top safely * using the oven safely * using knives safely * using blenders and food processors * using graters, peelers and other relevant kitchen appliances Students will learn a range of 21st Century Skills such as: * multi-tasking * taking initiative * self-awareness * self-management * help seeking * recognising need for help * assertiveness * understanding your own skills and capabilities * recognising your skill development areas Included implicit academic learning: * Learning about sustainable patterns of living * Maths - Measurement and estimation * Maths - Simple fractions, multiplication and division * English - Reading - procedural texts. Reading ingredient lists and cooking times * English - Writing - Lists. * English - Researching, Planning, Negotiating and Communicating. * English - Following verbal and written instructions. * Science - Chemical Sciences - Physical properties of natural and processed materials. * Health - Food and Nutrition. * Wellbeing - looking after your body by eating a balanced diet.
Learners will be required to ensure that they have all their equipment and ingredients ready on the bench before class begins. Learners will be invited to write their own shopping lists, research meal ideas and bring recipes to class.
1 file available upon enrollmentA list of ingredients will be sent out to learners for each week after the previous class. If you are thinking about joining the class you are welcome to message me to find out the supply list for the upcoming week. It is important that you enrol at least 48 hours prior to class so that you can get all the ingredients you need for the class. Recipes are usually flexible and ingredients can often be substituted. I do ask that you get in touch if you are wanting to substitute an ingredient so we can ensure it is suitable. Essential equipment will include: * saucepans * fry pan * child appropriate knife and chopping board * rolling pin * spatula, flipper, turner * stirring spoons * metric measuring cups and spoons * baking dishes * peeler, grater * oven and stove top Other optional equipment which may be used depending on the dishes chosen: * microwave * Blender, food processor, stick mixer * rice cooker, * garlic press, * pie dish * sushi rolling mat * pizza stone
The delight in families enjoying food cooked by their kids is the assessment. The feedback for my classes so far (both on Outschool and through my Australian classes) has been amazing! The kids feel celebrated and rewarded with happy families and full bellies.
1 hour 30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
I require every parent/learner to complete a cooking skills matrix prior to the first class, so learners need to enrol at least 48 hours prior to their first class. This dinner cooking class is only suitable for learners who have experience making snacks independently, have used the stove and oven before (can be with supervision), can use a knife to cut hard and soft foods. Depending on the age and independence level of the learner, parental supervision and participation might be more closely required. This class does require that a parent is available at the start and throughout the class, when their chef needs support. I will NOT be allowing students to use knives, stove and oven unsupervised if they are not capable of doing it safely. ****** PLEASE NOTE - the Sunday section is a SPECIFIC MULTI-AGE FAMILY SECTION - aimed at being fully inclusive for multiple learners within one family. This means there are younger learners and learners who may require additional parental support to participate. So parents will be appearing on screen in this section to enable their learner to participate as required.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools. We adapt and use recipes which are in the public domain.
Imagine, Create and Connect with Me
🇦🇺Lives in Australia
43 total reviews
24 completed classes
Hi, I’m Fiona – educator, coach, parent, creative. I have 15 years’ experience teaching in primary, secondary and tertiary settings. I’ve been a teaching and learning coach and I’m mum to a gorgeous teen, an angel baby and a generous hearted...