Ontario Family Studies / Home Economic Educators Association fonds Help


Fonds F 4435

Ontario Family Studies / Home Economic Educators Association fonds


About these records

Title
Ontario Family Studies / Home Economic Educators Association fonds
Dates of Creation
1923-2012, predominant 1960-2012
Physical Description

7.3 metres of textual records

882 photographs : colour prints

6 photographs : slides

95 photographs : colour negatives

210 photographs : black and white prints

1 photograph : black and white negative

72.5 MB of textual records

9.79 GB of moving images (.bup, .ifo, .vob) (circa 3 hours)

1 file of textual records (includes 84.3 MB of textual records (txt., pdf))

8 architectural drawings : diazotypes

12 audio cassettes (circa 12 hours)

8 videocassettes (circa 8 hours)

14 artifacts : fabric samples

4 artifacts : postage stamps

42 transparencies

Scope and Content

Fonds consists of administrative records of the Ontario Family Studies / Home Economic Educators Association (OFSHEEA) and records documenting the association's activities in education.

Fonds includes: minutes, annual reports, financial records, policy statements, manual, and curriculum materials, including fabric samples.

Records also relate to various affiliate organizations, including the Canadian Home Economics Association (CHEA), Home Economics in Education (HEIE) and the Swaziland Home Economics Association (SHEA).

Photographs consist of OFSHEEA members, conferences, workshops, awards, partnership events and study tours. Partnership events include summers with Seven Eight Teachers (SET), as well as study tours exchanged with the Swaziland Home Economics Association (SHEA).

Sound and moving image material consists of recordings of speakers: primarily Canadian Home Economics Association (CHEA) conferences and OFSHEEA workshops.

Transparencies and diazotypes include classroom display areas, demonstration facilities and classroom layout.

Artifacts include fabric samples that exhibit specific sewing techniques such as top stitching and basting.

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Administrative History or Biographical Sketch

The Ontario Family Studies / Home Economic Educators Association (OFSHEEA) is an organization for Ontario home economics teachers and contributors, which facilitates the professional development and personal growth of educators to promote quality Family Studies programs in Ontario.

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Ontario Family Studies / Home Economic Educators Association

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Immediate Source of Acquisition
The records were donated to the Archives of Ontario by the Ontario Family Studies / Home Economic Educators Association (OFSHEEA) in 2004 and 2012 via Joanne Mackie
Notes

Title based on contents of fonds.

Accruals

Further accruals are expected.

Former Codes

Accession no. 46657

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Records series that make up this fonds

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Reference Code Series Title
F 4435-1 OFSHEEA administrative records
F 4435-2 OFSHEEA executive records
F 4435-3 OFSHEEA Standing Committee records
F 4435-4 Records of OFSHEEA ad hoc committees
F 4435-5 OFSHEEA International Development Committee records
F 4435-6 OFSHEEA publications
F 4435-7 OFSHEEA curriculum files
F 4435-8 Records of OFSHEEA's affiliate associations