• Preface and About This Book
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  • Appendix A: Acknowledgements
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    SeriesK-12 Blended Teaching
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    K-12 Blended Teaching: FCS

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    Natalie Hancock

    Brigham Young University

    Natalie is an Associate Teaching Professor and Director of the Family and Consumer Sciences Education program at Brigham Young University. She holds an MEd from the University of Utah State University in Educational Leadership and Policy with an emphasis in K-12 administration.
    Christina Lewis
    Christina has been an educator for five years. She has a bachelor's degree in Family and Consumer Science Education and a master's in Educational Leadership, both degrees from Brigham Young University. She has also worked as an Innovative Learning Coach and has an Instructional Coaching endorsement. Christina currently teaches at Brigham Young University.
    Michelle Jensen

    Alpine School District

    Michelle is an Innovative Learning Coach in Alpine School District and holds an MEd from Utah State University in Instructional Technology & Learning Sciences and a PhD from BYU in Instructional Psychology & Technology.

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