Day to Day Pro-D

Connect with THESA and THESA Members online!  Participate in pro-d year round with our online network. Connect on Pinterest, Twitter, Facebook, and Youtube.

Check out #homeecteacher to see what home ec teachers are chatting about twitter.

Visit the Canadian Symposium for Home Economics Education website to read the proceedings of past symposiums and see what kind of interesting and inspiring things home economics teachers are doing, thinking about, and researching in our country and around the world.  Many THESA members are past contributors.  You can view tweets from the last two conferences here: 2015 #CSXIII and here: 2013 #CSXIIMark your calendars – the next symposium is planned for February or March of 2017 in Ontario.

Home Ec Related Workshops/Courses

Click here to see an updated list of Home Ec related workshops/courses/programs including Kwantlen Polytechnic University and UBC 2017 summer institutes.

Know of a course or workshop you want us to add to the list?  Email our webmaster.

 Local Specialist Associations

Do you have a Local Specialist Association (LSA)?

Register your district’s LSA Chapter HERE.  

Apply for a Chapter Grant HERE .

THESA Conferences

Click here to view updated Conference news as well as to view archived conference information.

You can find the year’s current conference website here.

Thinking about hosting a THESA conference in your local? Chat with a THESA executive member at the conference or online to discuss this exciting opportunity!

2017 SUPERCONFERENCE Information

Find out everything on the Superconference Website here

Friday & Saturday, October 20-21, 2017


2016 Conference

The 2016 THESA conference was held once again in beautiful Richmond, BC, on Oct 21st, 2016 this time at Richmond High School.  The theme of this year’s conference was “Home Economics: The PULSE of everyday living”.  This is an extension of the 2015 theme, “The Heart of Education”, and also plays on the UN’s declaration that 2016 is the International Year of Pulses.  The focus on a sustainable source of nourishment lends itself well to the philosophy of home economics, and spills over into the ethical and socially just view of everyday living that we embody in Textiles, Foods and Family Studies.  We were thrilled to have Ned Bell, Executive Chef at Four Seasons and YEW kitchens and passionate advocate for sustainable food, as our Keynote speaker and as a presenter!

Check out what participants shared online here.