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All webinars are available on-demand, whenever it fits YOUR schedule! Each webinar is approved for either 1 or 1.5 PDUs depending on its length. Live webinars are free for all AAFCS members and $50 for all other registrants. Webinars are also cross-walked to the National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences. Click here for more information.
2015-16 Webinar Training Pass
Use our Training Pass to save on registration--Unlimited Archived webinars for the entire school year for one low price!
AAFCS offers more than 60 webinars in a wide range of content areas. Click on the links below to learn more or to register. Members pay $35//webinar and nonmembers pay $50/webinar. Purchase the Training Pass above to have unlimited access to all archived webinars through August 31, 2016!
Nutrition, Health, and
Navigating the World of Health Insurance
Preventing Childhood Obesity: The HomeStyles Program
Love Your Heart
Media-Smart Youth: Eat, Think & Be Active!
Educating the Whole Family: Extending School Wellness Education to Parents and Caregivers
Changing for Good: Using Prochaska's Theoretical Model for Change to Promote Healthy Behaviors
Dietary Approaches to Diabetes: Resources from the Joslin Diabetes Center
FitKids: A Multidisciplinary Weight Management Program for Children and Youth
Call to Action! Childhood Obesity is Everyone's Problem
Healthy Family and Consumer Sciences Classrooms: New Perspectives on Social and Cultural Factors
Caregiving for Older Adults: Options, Strategies and Self-Care
12 Foods You Should Add to Your Diet Now to Reduce the Risk of Heart Disease and Other Illnesses
Small Steps to Health and Wealth: Research Implications and Program Methods
Food Psychology: Why We Eat More Than We Think
Am I Losing My Mind?
Bringing Science to Life: Fundamentals of a Food Science Program
MyPlate: Navigating the Transition from MyPyramid
Cancer Prevention: Solutions in Your Kitchen
Health and Financial Literacy: Gearing up for New Health Insurance Law
Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs): Separating Fact from Fiction
Nutrition and Hydration for Physical Performance: Guidelines for Teens and Adults
U.S. Farm-Raised Seafood and a Healthy Diet
Engaging Stakeholders in Cooperative Extension's National Focus on Health Literacy
25 Ways to Assess Your Financial Health: A Toolkit for FCS Professionals
The Impact of the Economy on the Family: Taking It to the Streets for Strategies and Solutions
Elder Financial Exploitation within the Family System: What Family Members' Experiences Reveal about the Causes, Consequences, and Perpetrators
Identity Theft: The Latest Scams, Emotional Consequences, and How To Protect Yourself
Saving For a Prosperous Retirement with a Tax-Deferred 403(b) Plan
Money Management FUN! For Secondary Students
Financial Planning for the Second Half of Your Life: 15 Key Topics for Older Adults
Equipping Youth to Navigate Finances in Their Everyday Lives: A Fresh Approach to Financial Literacy
20 Steps to Becoming a Millionaire: A Research-Based Approach to Building Wealth
Budgeting and Debt Management: An FCS Approach
Cracking the Millionaire Code: Financial Education for Teachers and Students
Deciding When to Retire: What You Need to Know
IRAs and Mutual Funds: How to Build Wealth for a Secure Future
Health and Financial Literacy: Gearing up for New Health Insurance Law
Broken Promises: 10 Strategies to Achieve Financial Security When Benefits Are Reduced
Understanding the Behavioral Side of Finances
|Educational Technology and Social Media
Teaching Online: Strategies and Tools for Post-Secondary Personal Finance Courses
Social Media and Advocacy
Developing a LiveBinder as a Teaching Resource in Family & Consumer Sciences
Incorporating Apps and Tools into FCS Classrooms
Online Teaching Methods for FCS Professionals
Web Wise: Web Applications for FCS Professionals
Beyond PowerPoint—New, Free Web 2.0 Technology for the FCS Classroom
How to Be an Awesome Teacher
Assessment 101: The How-To for Higher Education Faculty
Grant Writing-Where is the Cash?
Teacher-Child Interaction: The Art of Teaching with Words
Best Practices for FCS Instructors Participating in IEP Meetings
Applying STEM Concepts to Real World Issues Using Family and Consumer Sciences Curriculum
Preparing Our Students for the Real World: Are Colleges Doing Enough?
Evaluating Family and Consumer Sciences Programs (K-12): Data, Documentation, and Decision-Making
Motivating K-12 Students for Content Mastery: Empirically Proven Strategies That Work
Diversity 101: Practical Insights into Managing Differences
Best Practices for New FCS Teachers: Panel Presentation on Lessons Learned by FCS Education Professionals
Advancing Reasoning Skills in Adolescents: New Ideas to Engage Developing Brains
Why Group Work Does Not Work
Field Research: How to Ensure a Successful Result
Today's Inclusive Classroom: How to Help Students with Developmental Disabilities Succeed
Critical Personal and Professional Advocacy Skills
Service-Learning: How To Engage Students and Maximize Learning
An Ounce of Prevention: Complete Curriculum on Preconception Issues for Teens and Young Adults (Part One)
An Ounce of Prevention: Complete Curriculum on Preconception Issues for Teens and Young Adults (Part Two)
Understanding our Differences by Practicing Reflective Practice
Life is About Relationships: Learn How World-Class Leaders Build and Sustain Them
Resolving Technology and Family Relationship Concerns
What Families Need to Succeed: New Research Identifies 21 Critical Assets
Victims, Bullies, Bystanders and Their Families: The Unique Role for Family and Consumer Sciences in the Bullying Epidemic
The Marriage Garden: A New Approach to Cultivating Strong, Stable Relationships
Loyalty Workshop: How to Build and Maintain Loyal Relationships
|Apparel, Textiles, & Design
Sustainability in Textiles and Apparel: What Consumers Can Do
Clothing & Textiles: Using Technology to Advance the Content Area
Playground Power: Why Outdoor Play is Beneficial
Consuming Kids: How Excessive Commercialism is Harming Children
Encouraging Male Involvement in Early Childhood, Parenting and FCS
Baby's Brain, Language, and Literacy: The Role of Reading in Infant Development
|Housing and Interior Design
What's New in Household Equipment and Kitchen Design?
Living Green: Energy Efficient and Sustainable Practices within the Home
Integrating Employability Skills into Everyday Instruction
Career Skillet: Engaging Youth in Career Skills and FCS Career Opportunities
- We have a variety of archived webinars that can be viewed on-demand to meet your needs. Once you receive the log in information, you can view the webinar at whatever day / time works for your schedule.
- For more information or to register for archived webinars, please click on the links above.
- Each webinar is worth 1 or 1.5 PDUs. Registration fees for archived webinars are $35 (AAFCS members) and $50 (nonmembers). Registration fees for live webinars are free for AAFCS members and $50 for others. Group Discounts are available - contact AAFCS at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
- If you work at a higher ed institution and you would be interested in showing an archived recording to your class, please contact AAFCS at email@example.com. Special site license rates are available.
- If you would like to learn more about using AAFCS webinars in your higher ed classrooms, check out this article by Dr. Jill Conlon, published in the Journal of Family & Consumer Sciences.