Life Skills

FLEX: Inclusive Beginner Cooking Class

In this four-week FLEX class, students will learn about kitchen safety and using common kitchen tools including the stove and oven while creating four simple meals.
Moira B (Mrs. B)
81 total reviews for this teacher
1 review for this class
Completed by 6 learners
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Class

No live meetings

Over 4 weeks

11-15

year olds

3-12

learners per class

per learner - per week

How does aFlexible Schedulecourse 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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Description

Class Experience

Learners will learn to use knives, the oven, the stovetop, a toaster oven if preferred, pots and pans with liquids, and cooking utensils such as a spatula, spoon, and ladle.

Students will learn how to create four simple meals.
Mrs. B has been a teacher for almost 20 years. She has taught high school learners for 10 years and is passionate to include diverse learners in her classes. As a special education teacher, she has worked with many neurodiverse students and those with physical differences. As a mom of an autistic tween, she is particularly interested in helping students develop important, independent life skills such as advocacy, cooking, managing household tasks and navigating school and the world in general. Mrs. B grew up in a family of chefs and helped with her parents' catering business for many years. She continues to cook for her family, friends and coworkers and loves to pass on her knowledge to others.
Students will make one meal per week as part of the class. The preparation of each meal will take between 45-90 minutes depending on the pace of the learner and if they choose to purchase pre-cut or pre-cooked ingredients. Each recipe will have several choices so that learners and families can choose the level of difficulty that best fits their needs.
Students will be provided a handout each week that lists all ingredients, equipment, and instructions for each recipe. The video will be uploaded to the classroom as a private YouTube link. 

Kitchen Equipment Needed:
Knife set (with chopping knives for vegetables)
Pasta pot
Regular pot
2 different sized pans (one that would be big enough to cook 1-2 eggs and another that may be big enough to cook 3-5 eggs)
13x9 or similarly sized casserole dish
ladle
spatula
large spoon
fork
cutting board
oven mitts
stovetop
oven/toaster oven
In addition to the Outschool classroom, this class uses:
No live meetings, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
As with any cooking class, students will be using knives, hot materials, the oven, and stove. Parental guidance or supervision is highly encouraged to ensure the safety of all learners in this class.

Teacher

Moira B (Mrs. B)
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Lives in the United States
Teacher, Mom and Rescue Dog Lover
81 total reviews
55 completed classes

About Me

Hi Everyone,

I'm Mrs. B and I've been a teacher for almost 20 years! Wow! That makes me feel kind of old...For many years I taught high school English but I made a big switch to kindergarten about 6 years ago! I am certified in high school... 
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