This class is no longer available, but we found something similar!
5.0 (6) · Ages 6-18
Private / One on One Personalized Cooking or Baking Experience ( 1:1 )
5.0 (2) · Ages 14-18
Strengthen Your Resume with 1-on-1 Coaching
5.0 (8) · Ages 8-18
Pragmatic and Social Skills Tutoring for Autism and Special Needs
5.0 (4) · Ages 7-17
Etiquette Essentials Private One-On-One: Manners and Public Speaking
5.0 (1) · Ages 10-18
Academic Coaching 1:1
5.0 (1) · Ages 8-14
Academic Tutoring and Executive Function Support for Students With ADHD
Edible Chemistry (FLEX): Baking Skill Builder: Baking Basics
Learn new baking skills that will help you make you a better baker
This is a FLEXIBLE SCHEDULE class is for the learner who wants to develop their baking skills but finds it hard to attend a class with a regular meeting time! This class has no live, in-person meeting. Learners will work at different times but will be able to interact and share their progress as they learn the key skills that will improve all of their bakes, and build their own basic set of recipes. I will provide a variety of learning resources including demonstration videos, class...
At the end of the classes, students will: Be able to perform the new baking skills taught in each recipe Be able to explain the purpose of different types of ingredients used in baking Be able to explain the purpose for each of the steps in a recipe Be able to apply the new knowledge and techniques in any recipe of their choice
I have been baking since I was a child since my family is filled with fantastic bakers. I have a particular love of baking cakes and pastries. I love sharing my baked goods and teaching others to make great baked goods that they can share. I have a degree in biochemistry, so I am fascinated with the chemical processes of baking. I am continuously working on developing my baking skills and adding new bakes to my repertoire. Over 500 learners have taken my baking classes on Outschool. Additionally, I have been teaching asynchronous, online college courses similar in format to Outschool flex classes since 2012.
A supply list, recipe, and other information will be posted to the classroom for the first lesson, then the materials will be posted each Saturday for that week's class. The videos for the week will be posted on Sunday. Most classes will use basic baking equipment: digital scale (which weighs ounces and grams), set of measuring spoons, baking sheets, mixing bowls, a pastry brush, rolling pin, cooling rack, cutting board, grater, parchment paper, or silicone pan liner, Various pans (the type of pan will be specified for each week), bowl scraper, sifter, flat heatproof spatula, whisk. ruler or yardstick (cut in half), stand mixer or electric hand mixer
Parental guidance is needed in assisting the student in the kitchen as students will be using items such as ovens, microwaves, mixers, knives, or other cooking equipment. Parents should be available in case of accidents or emergencies and ensure the learner knows how to properly operate the kitchen equipment. We will discuss safety in class. Families need to notify the instructor ASAP about any potential allergies. Substitutions can be made for many, but not all of the recipe ingredients. Each family is responsible for knowing what ingredients their family can have. Please contact the instructor for any questions or ideas about substitutions. Learners will be instructed in food safety and kitchen safety during class and how to tell when foods are safely cooked.
In addition to the Outschool Classroom, this class uses videos produced by the instructor, hosted on the instructor's unlisted YouTube channel, and a private, moderated Padlet board.
Meet the teacher
I teach science classes and baking classes. I have been teaching kinesiology, neurology, pathophysiology and laboratory sciences in a college health professions program for the last 12 years, the last 8 years I have been teaching online. I have a...
$18weekly or $72 for 4 weeks
Completed by 7 learners
No live video meetings