Archived Webinars

Overview

AAFCS hosts live events throughout the year. All live events are recorded for archival purposes.  Archived webinars are available on-demand, whenever it fits YOUR schedule!
  • Our live and archived webinars are available to AAFCS members only (member benefit). Learn more about membership!
  • Webinars are cross-walked to the National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences.
  • Each webinar is approved for either 1 or 1.5 PDUs depending on its length.

Please NOTE that members must be logged into the website (via MyAAFCS in upper right corner) to see the archive button. 

For questions about our webinars, please email us at webinars@aafcs.org.


Leading in the Lab

Food Science Read It and Eat

Driving Community Health

FCS Body of Knowledge

Flipping A Switch

New My Plate

Street Law Life Skills

Baking Builds FCS STEAM

Teen Trends

Financial Fitness 20 Steps

SmartLabel

Teacher Bootcamp
Beyond Estate Planning
Teaching Money Smarts
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STEMIFYING the FCS Curriculum
Family Meals Made Easy
Creating a FCS Globally Competent Classroom
Transforming Loss: When Grief Comes to School
Common Sense Devise Free Dinners
Baking for Family Fun
Recovering from Identity Theft
Transformational Play
Mindfulness Mapping
Farm to Community

Additional Members Only Webinar Archives


Archived webinars are accessible to AAFCS members ONLY (member benefit).   Click on the link below to access the specific webinar recording.  Please NOTE that members must be logged into the website (via MyAAFCS in upper right corner) to see the archive button.  Below are some of the archived webinars from the 2017-18, 2018-2019  and Fall 2019 series.

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