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6 hours ago, LittleBluberry said:

 

Fireball bread pudding sounds good, as would Fireball French toast.  

 

I expect that Home Ec faded away due to budget constraints.  Having enough equipment for a class gets expensive and the classroom can't be used for anything else.  It's a shame, really, I got a lot out of the cooking / sewing / woodshop / metal shop sampler gauntlet we all had to do.  Made everyone try something new and learn more varied skills.  

My kids school has cooking and baking classes.  Some are even worth college credit.  And woodshop, and an introduction to the trades.  It depends on where your school is, and how much the taxpayers priortize funding the school.  As well as the tax base and other buzzy things will not go into.

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2 hours ago, Chaoswolf said:

I think I'm going to need to make some chili soon.

 

I just made chili... it had a nice bite.

Actually, should say 'has', because there's enough left over to have the rest tomorrow.

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Ham, pineapple, and jalapeno pizza, just the way nature intended! ::):

 

Three games in a row, I have been hearing some variant on Kill it! Kill it! KILL IT! from Megan's side of the game.

 

*SIGH!* I'm so proud of her! ::D:

 

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11 hours ago, PaganMegan said:

You know, I know someone that can probably come up with something tasty using Fireball.

 

I am tempted to get some, just to see what he comes up with.

 

Or do it myself, now. Easy one, Fireball bread pudding.

 

I am beginning to wish my school had had Home Ec now. Why did schools drop that?

If you make it, I will eat it. ::):

 

If you ask me, I will make it.

 

Seems like a very easy and delicious variant.

 

*EDIT* Of all the classes that I had in school, Home Ec is the one that taught me things I use every single day.

 

I only had it one year - the second year of Junior High - the first year of Junior High there was no choice - boys got Shop, girls got Home Ec.

 

I am honestly of the opinion that every student - boy or girl - needs at least one semester of Home Ec. Not just cooking - how to balance a checkbook, and plan things out for a week. It is the core of the skills everyone needs.

 

*EDIT 2*Whatever Happened To Home Economics Class?

 

The Auld Grump

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14 hours ago, TGP said:

 

 

I watch Americas Test Kitchen regularly. I guess I like to imagine I could cook...someday. Anyways, they have shiny, new, gleaming wall ovens and they almost always rotate anything they bake by 180° at the halfway point. 

 

 

Without running tap water even that option is gone.  :mellow:

 

Ugh, and then people ask why I put up with my outdated kitchen.  I would gladly pay a better price to ensure that the work on a contracting job is done well and quickly but I have her to meet the contractor, residential or commercial, who will just do the job right the first time and give it priority.  They all seem to enjoy ripping things out and only grudgingly do the actual thing you paid them to do.  And I so want a new kitchen countertop...

 

9 hours ago, TGP said:

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Hello!  Er, woof.  Yes that right, Woof.  Let's pretend the words didn't happen...

8 hours ago, kitchen_wolf said:
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I'm being pestered by one of these.  For those unfamiliar, this is a a very large, very stupid rat masquerading as North America's only extant species of marsupial.  I don't mind him running around my tiny patch of unkempt woodland devouring insects, feral plums, and the occasional lizard.  Nor do I mind him drinking from the pool or relieving himself in the shrubbery.  Our primary conflict arises from the fact that I've been sleeping outside of late, and he's been getting just a bit too familiar.  I'm assuming that the time he wet himself while standing on my pillow was because SWMBO startled him.  And maybe I'd stepped in something organic that inspired him to steal my old house shoe (that, or anything that foul just had to have bugs in it).  And he hasn't tried to climb into my blankets again since he got swatted by The Little Wildcat when he tried that.  She normally avoids the ROUS, but there are limits.  Shooting him isn't advisable in an urban area, and pursuing him with some sort of digging implement seems decidedly ludicrous.  So I've taken to insulting him.  I've commented on his loud underbrush crunching being an embarrassment to wild animals everywhere.  I've called him a giant rodent.  But the one that really seemed to hurt his feelings was when I told him that he's not even a real mammal.

 

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Paint either by can or paintball in bright colors has a tendency to significantly shorten the lifespan of your pest while enriching the life of the first fox or hawk that comes across it.  Just saying...

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When I was in school the boys took shop and the girls took home ec, except for grade 12 when they let people choose which they wanted. 1 girl was in my shop class and a couple guys that really shouldn't have been near power tools made the wise choice of home ec. Now my boys are in the same high school and they take half a year of each. I didn't need the home ec classes because my mom made me learn how to cook and sew at home. I never did much sewing but I can patch things if I have to. I'm a decent cook. Heard a "top things you need to know in life" list on the radio a week ago. The top 2 were using a smart phone and being able to google. Not sure about the phone being an absolute necessity but I guess being able to search up the info you need is kind of handy. No mention of things like being able to cook or basic first aid that I would've placed high.

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1 hour ago, TheAuldGrump said:

 

I am honestly of the opinion that every student - boy or girl - needs at least one semester of Home Ec. Not just cooking - how to balance a checkbook, and plan things out for a week. It is the core of the skills everyone needs.

 

 

I could ask what happened to parenting, but ...

 

I could cook basic things like bacon, biscuits, cookies, pasta, and make a salad and dressing from scratch by the time I had home ec.   I also knew how to sew.  Apparently there were a lot of girls my age who had no such home training.  We also went over things like how to read ads to find a job and an apartment, and then how to budget.  

 

Knowing how to make cookies made me awfully popular in college. 

 

My brothers did not get excused from learning to cook and do laundry, as that was considered necessary for living on their own.  Good thing, too, as they are both single now. 

 

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35 minutes ago, Zink said:

When I was in school the boys took shop and the girls took home ec, except for grade 12 when they let people choose which they wanted. 1 girl was in my shop class and a couple guys that really shouldn't have been near power tools made the wise choice of home ec. Now my boys are in the same high school and they take half a year of each. I didn't need the home ec classes because my mom made me learn how to cook and sew at home. I never did much sewing but I can patch things if I have to. I'm a decent cook. Heard a "top things you need to know in life" list on the radio a week ago. The top 2 were using a smart phone and being able to google. Not sure about the phone being an absolute necessity but I guess being able to search up the info you need is kind of handy. No mention of things like being able to cook or basic first aid that I would've placed high.

 

I would definitely have basic cooking and first aid on the list on important things to know. Basic sewing to patch things up is useful, as is general "how to make stuff" from things like shop class. I never had shop or home ec, since I was homeschooled by pretty nerdy parents - but that did the job alright. However, while grading basic essays, I'm amazed at how few students have Googling skills.

 

Example: We have an assignment to pick a topic about some stones. Then for each of the four stones, put a point on the map regarding the topic. Topics range from "museums that have this stone" to "impacts of mining in the area". Then they describe each of the four stones in regards to their chosen locations. 50-200 words per stone, so 200-800 words for the assignment. Not so bad.

 

The map should be braindead easy. We give them a map of the world with country outlines. They don't need to be super precise with labels, but generally correct. If New Jersey is marked where New York is, close enough. If New Jersey is labeled in California.... no.

 

Yesterday, I saw the United States of America labeled as Bengal, India. 10s of Googling would have fixed that. I've also seen California labeled as British Columbia, South America labeled as South Africa, and Leavenworth Washington (state) labeled as Washington DC.

 

So.... I do actually think that Googling is a skill. One that we may take for granted, since our hobby seems to gather people who have this skill

 

 

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5 minutes ago, Cyradis said:

 

I would definitely have basic cooking and first aid on the list on important things to know. Basic sewing to patch things up is useful, as is general "how to make stuff" from things like shop class. I never had shop or home ec, since I was homeschooled by pretty nerdy parents - but that did the job alright. However, while grading basic essays, I'm amazed at how few students have Googling skills.

 

Example: We have an assignment to pick a topic about some stones. Then for each of the four stones, put a point on the map regarding the topic. Topics range from "museums that have this stone" to "impacts of mining in the area". Then they describe each of the four stones in regards to their chosen locations. 50-200 words per stone, so 200-800 words for the assignment. Not so bad.

 

The map should be braindead easy. We give them a map of the world with country outlines. They don't need to be super precise with labels, but generally correct. If New Jersey is marked where New York is, close enough. If New Jersey is labeled in California.... no.

 

Yesterday, I saw the United States of America labeled as Bengal, India. 10s of Googling would have fixed that. I've also seen California labeled as British Columbia, South America labeled as South Africa, and Leavenworth Washington (state) labeled as Washington DC.

 

So.... I do actually think that Googling is a skill. One that we may take for granted, since our hobby seems to gather people who have this skill

 

 

"Googling" as in using Google to "look stuff up" is becoming less useful over time as they attempt to "fine tune" their algorithms, not to maximize search results for the user but to maximize income for Google.

I do agree that the more generalized ability to do "web searches" is a necessary skill in today's internet connected world.  Unfortunately, as you have observed too many students do not have even basic facility in performing useful search.  Even an hours worth of education on how to perform searches using carefully defined terms, which includes the ability to use Boolean Logic and Punctuation to carefully define the search would be of imense benefit to all students.

GEM

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24 minutes ago, Green Eyed Monster said:

Googling" as in using Google to "look stuff up" is becoming less useful over time as they attempt to "fine tune" their algorithms, not to maximize search results for the user but to maximize income for Google.

I do agree that the more generalized ability to do "web searches" is a necessary skill in today's internet connected world.  Unfortunately, as you have observed too many students do not have even basic facility in performing useful search.  Even an hours worth of education on how to perform searches using carefully defined terms, which includes the ability to use Boolean Logic and Punctuation to carefully define the search would be of imense benefit to all students.

GEM

 

The real name of the skill is Boolean Logic / Boolean Math. 

 

The ability to search for:

Comboys AND Dallas

Cowboys NOT Dallas

Dallas AND Tornado

 

...I just wish google supported it better rather than foisting things as it sees fit. 

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1 hour ago, Inarah said:

 

I could ask what happened to parenting, but ...

 

I could cook basic things like bacon, biscuits, cookies, pasta, and make a salad and dressing from scratch by the time I had home ec.   I also knew how to sew.  Apparently there were a lot of girls my age who had no such home training.  We also went over things like how to read ads to find a job and an apartment, and then how to budget.  

 

Knowing how to make cookies made me awfully popular in college. 

 

My brothers did not get excused from learning to cook and do laundry, as that was considered necessary for living on their own.  Good thing, too, as they are both single now. 

 

That’s an easy answer. When you need two full time incomes just o make rent, bills, and food, other niceties, like parenting, fall to the wayside. 

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31 minutes ago, Green Eyed Monster said:

"Googling" as in using Google to "look stuff up" is becoming less useful over time as they attempt to "fine tune" their algorithms, not to maximize search results for the user but to maximize income for Google.

I do agree that the more generalized ability to do "web searches" is a necessary skill in today's internet connected world.  Unfortunately, as you have observed too many students do not have even basic facility in performing useful search.  Even an hours worth of education on how to perform searches using carefully defined terms, which includes the ability to use Boolean Logic and Punctuation to carefully define the search would be of imense benefit to all students.

GEM

 

Who it's important to is as important as the skill being taught.  In today's world it seems that most electronic skills are being taught to maximize  someone else's profits or adjust the searchers position rather than discovering information.  The skill of information gathering is much separated from the supposed skill of googling.  Annoying term for an annoying time I guess.

 

It's really odd that we now live in a society where education is so prevalent that, in a list of essential skills, the basic skills needed to perform them are taken as a given. Reading, basic math skills, and deductive reasoning are all necessary before that list is even possible.  For me that list should include cooking, personal care, mechanical physics (how things work, not necessarily the science behind them), basic geography (even to do a location search you have to know what you're looking for), and trade skills (the ability to recognize value).

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2 minutes ago, TGP said:

 

The real name of the skill is Boolean Logic / Boolean Math. 

 

The ability to search for:

Comboys AND Dallas

Cowboys NOT Dallas

Dallas AND Tornado

 

...I just wish google supported it better rather than foisting things as it sees fit. 

Perhaps I should have inserted a comma between the term Boolean Logic and the term Punctuation to make it clearer.

I learned Boolean Logic back in the Paleolithic Era of Logic Circuits when the very first generation of solid state logic were referred to as "Magic Rocks".

GEM

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Just now, Kangaroorex said:

 

Who it's important to is as important as the skill being taught.  In today's world it seems that most electronic skills are being taught to maximize  someone else's profits or adjust the searchers position rather than discovering information.  The skill of information gathering is much separated from the supposed skill of googling.  Annoying term for an annoying time I guess.

 

It's really odd that we now live in a society where education is so prevalent that, in a list of essential skills, the basic skills needed to perform them are taken as a given. Reading, basic math skills, and deductive reasoning are all necessary before that list is even possible.  For me that list should include cooking, personal care, mechanical physics (how things work, not necessarily the science behind them), basic geography (even to do a location search you have to know what you're looking for), and trade skills (the ability to recognize value).

 

Basic cleaning skills - how to effectively mop a floor, for example - and the basics of how to hand-wash things.

The latter isn't stuff one expects to need to know, but if you don't know it.

 

I never actually learned how to effectively mop a floor, for example. But I know how to clean and maintain cast iron, can sew a straight line, and know how to bandage an injury at least sufficient to keep the red stuff mostly inside the tubes. Plus a whole pile of randomly useful things. 

... basics, right? I should re-up the first aid certs, though; never know when that will come in useful.

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1 minute ago, Sylverthorne said:

Basic cleaning skills - how to effectively mop a floor, for example - and the basics of how to hand-wash things.

The latter isn't stuff one expects to need to know, but if you don't know it.

Oof. A friend’s daughter turned 18, went out and got a job, and didn’t know how to mop a floor. She didn’t last long at that job...

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1 minute ago, redambrosia said:
5 minutes ago, Sylverthorne said:

Basic cleaning skills - how to effectively mop a floor, for example - and the basics of how to hand-wash things.

The latter isn't stuff one expects to need to know, but if you don't know it.

Oof. A friend’s daughter turned 18, went out and got a job, and didn’t know how to mop a floor. She didn’t last long at that job...

 

Big oofh.  Yah, that's one of those skills....

So far I've gotten as far as 'sweep first, then mop'. I haven't figured out corners yet... >.>

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