Home Economics Education (HEE)

HEE 461 Presentations in Home Economics. (3) F
Presentation and demonstration techniques in teaching home economics. Development of audiovisual materials for home economics content areas. Prerequisites: junior standing; instructor approval.

HEE 480 Methods of Teaching Home Economics. (3–4) F
Instruction, organization, presentation, and evaluation of subject matter in home economics. HEE students register for 4 semester hours. Dietetic students register for 3 semester hours.

HEE 481 Teaching Occupational Home Economics. (3) S
Career orientation related to home economics, cooperative work-related instruction, programs, and youth club advisement associated with secondary home economics programs. May include field trips. Prerequisite: Family Resources and Human Development major or minor.

HEE 582 Program Planning in Home Economics. (3) S
Planning and development of home economics programs.

HEE 583 Program Evaluation in Home Economics. (3) F
Theories and processes of program evaluation. Prerequisite: HEE 582.

HEE 585 Administration and Supervision of Home Economics Education. (3) N
Development of individuals for state, city, school, and college leadership roles. Emphasis on supervision of student teachers.

HEE 586 Current Trends of Teaching Home Economics. (3) N
Focus on teaching home economics related to current issues and problems facing families and society. Prerequisite: Family Resources and Human Development major or minor.

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