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JSI's Janyl Finnerty will lead participants to explore K-12 culinary trends, food presentation techniques and flavor profiles with student appeal to enhance school meals and encourage increased participation.
Janyl Finnerty is a registered and licensed dietitian and professionally trained chef. She has over 20 years’ experience working with clients, developingrecipes and making menus to meet their nutritional needs and goals. She has worked in clinical and outpatient hospital clinics in the Boston area, as well as for Framingham State University and The John C. Stalker Institute of Food and Nutrition, where she enjoys promoting and teaching nutrition in a fun and interactive way. Chef Janyl has prepared healthy food on local TV, developed and taught children’s cooking classes and has worked privately for clients in their homes. She enjoys creating recipes to inspire people to include more plant-based foods in their daily choices.More
Dates: 2:00 - 4:00
Status: 75 open seats left
What is a makerspace? How can I create one in my school or district? How can I leverage a makerspace to increase student and community engagement in my school? In this three-session workshop (two face-to-face meetings plus an online webinar), you will explore these questions and more.
Makerspaces are places where "learning = doing"
Come and create your own makerspace!
Morning coffee and lunch included
Bring your own device
At the end of the first session (after you have gotten to try many tools), each participant will get to select a product (valued at $50) to take back to your school, classroom, or library! The products will be given out at the second workshop!
Minimum of 10 required to run workshop.
Starts: 2/6/2018 9:00 AM
Status: 24 open seats left