Webinar: MasterCook for Culinary Educators


Open Invitation for Culinary Educators This 8/12 and 8/14

We at MasterCook would like you to join us for a webinar that illustrates how culinary educators are using MasterCook as part of their curriculum. The webinar will be led by Rob McDonald, culinary instructor for Manor Independent School District in Texas and consultant to MasterCook’s education initiative. Rob has been an advocate of MasterCook since he began using it in 2007 for his own culinary arts curriculum. In this webinar you’ll learn how Rob and other educators are using MasterCook’s powerful tools to organize lesson plans and reinforce lessons, such as: managing recipes, menus, and events; tracking shopping lists, costs, and nutritional info; and applying kitchen math and administrative skills.

Join us!

Tuesday, August 12th at 6:30 PM Central Time at the link below:
https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/7398929663440670722

or

Thursday, August 14th at 6:30 PM Central Time at the link below:
https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/6260242436367155458

Rob is excited to invite fellow educators to an introductory webinar in which he will discuss how an educator can use MasterCook software to bring applicable, real-world technology into your classroom.

“MasterCook has truly made it easy for me to provide my students more technology skills in my classroom and I look forward to showing you how it can do the same for yours.”

Rob McDonald
Manor ISD, Texas

If you’re not a culinary educator you can still attend the webinar! And if you know someone in culinary education, feel free to share this announcement with them!

For more information, comment here or send us a message social@mastercook.com!

See you soon!

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