AHEA Teachers Talk is an opportunity to have an casual, informative chat with fellow teachers. This group is also open to non-AHEA, ATA-CTS teachers.
AHEA Teachers Talk is hosted virtually over Zoom.
To join, you must email email@example.com to be registered, where you will then receive a unique Zoom link to enter the group meeting.
Join other AHEA members who are interested in the fashion industry.
To register contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Join other AHEA members who work in family support/social services for an hour of enjoyable networking. Share ideas and build your network. To register, contact email@example.com
Join AHEA for this interesting and informative webinar with a University of Alberta Human Ecology Masters student.
Amanda Jurgens is both a full time student and a teacher, who lives and works in northern Saskatchewan. She began her journey into the world of sewing and clothing at her grandma’s old Singer sewing machine and grew to love the subject of home economics in high school. Amanda continued exploring the topic of home economics at the University of Saskatchewan in the department of home economics education. After 8 years of teaching; including 4 years of teaching cooking and sewing to grades 7-10, Amanda enrolled as a graduate student in the material culture program at the University of Alberta in the department of human ecology. Amanda is curious about how historical home economics guides can illustrate explicit and implicit teaching about everyday materials around us like our homes, our clothing and our bodies.
Transitioning to Tomorrow: Through Resilience, Growth, and Strength
Registration is open with Early Bird pricing for our virtual conference.
More information will be coming, but here are two of our confirmed speakers:
Mail cheques to: AHEA Conference, 17508 - 57Avenue NW, Edmonton, AB T6M 1G7
E-transfer to firstname.lastname@example.org