Mrs. Lyn Bratten
Human Services Classes/Family Consumer Science Teacher
CTE Department Chair
Family, Career, & Community Leaders of America Chapter Advisor
FCCLA - Monthly Meetings/Class Room Meetings
Link Leader Sponsor
Technology Students Association
Realityworks Advisory Council Member 2013-15
Welcome to Career & Technology Classes at Byron Nelson High School. I look forward to having you in my Child Development, Principles of Human Services, or Fashion Marketing & Merchandising classes. We will be using technology devices almost daily, so please have devices, and pens/paper ready to work and learn. Our courses are exciting classes that incorporate collaboration, researching, kinestic activities to promote learning and lifelong skills.
Email - LBratten@nisdtx.org
Classroom CT 211
Human Services Classes: Child Development, Principles of Human Services, & Fashion Marketing & Merchandising
Classroom Telephone: 817 698-5783
FCCLA Meetings - 1st & 3rd Thursdays after school in CT211 - Mrs. Bratten, Mrs. Amy Miller, and Miss Leslie Self - Sponsors of FCCLA
TSA - All students are classroom members of Technology Students Association, Mr. Jeffrey Taylor - Sponsor. For students to be extra-curricular members of TSA, please contact Mrs. Bratten, Mrs. Irvin, or Mr. Taylor. Monthly meetings are located in Mr. Taylor's room.
Child Development Classes: learn about developmental stages of children, prenatal & pregnancy, learning styles, theorist research for children, nutrition requirements, & childhood activities, CPR Certifications/Real Care Baby Weekend Project
CPR Certifications provided by Nurse Weaver: Thank You, Nurse Laura Weaver
Principles of Human Services Classes: students to investigate careers in the human services career cluster, including counseling and mental health, early childhood development, family and community, and personal care services. Each student is expected to complete the knowledge and skills essential for success in high-skill, high-wage, or high-demand human services careers.
Fashion Marketing & Merchandising Classes: students are introduced to the world of fashion through new technology and fashion innovations, textiles, design, retail business operations and merchandising. Students explore the history of fashion, fashion careers & trends, consumer taste, designer influences, fashion fundamentals and movements, advertising and visual merchandising.
Note to Parents:
Welcome to Child Development, Principles of Human Services, and Fashion Marketing & Merchandising classes.
Bring Tablets or Technology Devices to class - students will be using technology, and moodle information - everyday except during labs and some projects.Technology devices should be able to access word, power point, publisher, and excel programs, plus download/upload projects. Students will be doing research projects with online websites and on moodle.
Tutoring Schedule: During lunches or Before/After School Daily
Please make an appointment for tutoring.
1st period - Child Development
2nd period - Conference
3rd period - Lunch
4th period - Principles of Human Services
5th period - Child Development
6th period - CTE Department Chair
7th period - Child Development
8th period - Child Development/Fashion Marketing & Merchandising
ADVISORY SCHEDULE - Advisory Students meet after 1st period on Tuesdays/Fridays
To go to moodle:
Northwest Career and Technology Programs are open to all students without regard to race, color, national origin, sex, handicapping condition, or limited English proficiency.
Los programas de Carrera y Téchnicos de Northwest están abiertos a todos los estudiantes sin consideración alguna hacia la raza, color, origen nacional, sexo, condición de minusvalía, o habilidad de hablar inglés.
FCCLA membership is available to all students in Human Services Classes.
Students participate in FCCLA activities/leadership projects in all Human Services Classes.
Joining FCCLA for Activities outside of the classroom is optional.