Course Offering Details
Course Information
Course Name:Family Living
Entity:Fullerton High School
Description:This class is designed to help the students better understand themselves and to relate more effectively with others in interpersonal relationships. It includes personal evaluations of values, goals, and standards.  Students examine behavior according to basic human needs, theories of development, and cultural pressures.  Students also examine relationships of family members, family roles, and personal and family crises.  Communication skills problem-solving mechanisms, and stress are also studied. Preparation for dating and marriage is studied, including male and female expectations and stereotypes, types of love, premarital sex and its options, family planning and contraceptives, and adjustments in early marriage.  Other topics of study are use of drugs, including alcohol, venereal diseases, decision-making, mate selection, crises, stress, old age and death.

The class MUST be supervised and students must have access to computers, as they will be used extensively.  Canvas and Google accounts are preferred.
Subjects:Family & Consumer Science
Grade Levels:10 - 12
Prerequisites:Course proctor, access to computers
Comments:Please contact Principal Josh Rathje with any questions regarding this course. Email: jrathje@fullerton.esu7.org

Distant Learning Coordinator Contact Information
DLC Contacts: Beth Kabes bkabes@esucc.org 402-564-5753
Otis Pierce opierce@esu7.org 402-564-5753
Mark Brady mbrady@esu7.org 402-564-5753

Section Information
NVIS ID:4430
Instructor:Plumbtree, Megan
Credit Type:High School
Delivery Mode:Synchronous
Class meets:Spring 2017 from 1/5/2017 to 5/16/2017 at 9:40 AM-10:30 AM(Central) - MTWRF
Block Schedule:No
Availability:By invitation only
Computer required:Yes
Proctor required:Yes
LMS required:Yes
LMS instructions:Canvas
Enrolled: Fullerton High School (10 students)
Palmer Junior-Senior High (9 students)
Ravenna Senior High (4 students)