Lacee Boschetto

Applied Sciences, Technology, & Education (ASTE)

Assistant Professor


Lacee Boschetto

Contact Information

Office Location: Family Life 303A
Phone: 435-797-1565
Email: lacee.boschetto@usu.edu

Educational Background

PhD, Curriculum and Instruction, (Career Technical Education), Utah State University, 2019
Navigating Adulthood: Exploring the Impact of a High-School Life Skills Corse on Adulthood Transition Experiences
MS, Family and Consumer Sciences, California State University, Northridge, 2008
BS, Family and Consumer Sciences Education, Utah State University, 2003

Licensures & Certifications

Adult Mental Health First Aid, National Council for Behavioral Health, 2021
Utah Teaching License, Utah State Board of Education, 2003

Biography

Lacee R. Boschetto is an assistant professor in the Family and Consumer Sciences Education Department. She received her doctoral degree in Curriculum and Instruction from USU, holds a masters degree in Family and Consumer Sciences from California State University, Northridge, and a bachelors degree in Family and Consumer Sciences Education from USU.

Teaching Interests

I enjoy teaching undergraduate and graduate courses, focusing on instructional methodology and classroom management within the career technical education discipline. My role as a teacher educator also includes supervising FCS students through preservice teacher practicum experiences. Aside from FCS education, I enjoy teaching a large general-education course on universal dress practices. <br><br>As an educator, I live by the three pillars of my teaching philosophy, <i>"Make it Known, Make it Real, and Make it Matter."</i>

Research Interests

My research interests focus on strengthening the quality and presence of family and consumer sciences (FCS) curriculum and instruction in secondary and higher education to improve individuals, families, and communities. I specifically look at how to enhance the effectiveness of career technical education curriculum, emphasizing FCS, through the contributions of school-based and non-formal teacher preparation programs. <br><br>Additional research concentration involves preparing adolescents for the transition into adulthood using a life-skills-based curriculum aligned with the characteristics of the 21st century.

Awards

Teacher of the Year, 2021

Utah Association of Family and Consumer Sciences

Master Teacher Certificate, 2021

USU Empowering Teaching Excellence

Certificate in Effective College Instruction, 2021

Association of College and University Educators, American Council on Education

Teaching Scholar Certificate, 2019

USU Empowering Teaching Excellence

Graduate Student Teacher of the Year, 2018

USU College of Agriculture and Applied Sciences

Graduate Student Teaching Award of Merit, 2018

North American Colleges and Teachers of Agriculture


Teaching

ASTE 6300 - Advanced Teaching Strategies, Spring 2022
FCSE 3080 - Dress and Humanity, Spring 2022
FCSE 3400 - FCSE Methods I, Spring 2022
, Fall 2021
ASTE 6320 - Classroom Management, Student Motivation, and Guidance, Fall 2021
FCSE 3080 - Dress and Humanity, Fall 2021
USU 1010 - University Connections, Fall 2021
FCSE 3080 - Dress and Humanity, Summer 2021
ASTE 6300 - Advanced Teaching Strategies, Spring 2021
FCSE 3080 - Dress and Humanity, Spring 2021
ASTE 6320 - Classroom Management, Student Motivation, and Guidance, Fall 2020
FCSE 3080 - Dress and Humanity, Fall 2020
FCSE 5630 - Student Teaching in Secondary Schools, Fall 2020
FCSE 5500 - Student Teaching Seminar, Fall 2020
FCSE 3080 - Dress and Humanity, Summer 2020
ASTE 6300 - Advanced Teaching Strategies, Spring 2020
FCSE 3080 - Dress and Humanity, Spring 2020
FCSE 5630 - Student Teaching in Secondary Schools, Spring 2020
FCSE 5500 - Student Teaching Seminar, Spring 2020
FCSE 3080 - Dress and Humanity, Fall 2019
FCSE 4900 - Independent Study, Fall 2019
ASTE 3900 - Special Problems in Agricultural Systems Technology and Education, Fall 2019
FCSE 5630 - Student Teaching in Secondary Schools, Fall 2019
FCSE 5630 - Student Teaching in Secondary Schools, Fall 2019
FCSE 5630 - Student Teaching in Secondary Schools, Fall 2019
FCSE 3080 - Dress and Humanity, Summer 2019
FCSE 3080 - Dress and Humanity, Spring 2019
FCSE 5630 - Student Teaching in Secondary Schools, Spring 2019
FCSE 5630 - Student Teaching in Secondary Schools, Spring 2019
FCSE 5630 - Student Teaching in Secondary Schools, Spring 2019
FCSE 5630 - Student Teaching in Secondary Schools, Spring 2019
FCSE 5630 - Student Teaching in Secondary Schools, Spring 2019
FCSE 3080 - Dress and Humanity, Fall 2018
FCSE 5630 - Student Teaching in Secondary Schools, Fall 2018
FCSE 5630 - Student Teaching in Secondary Schools, Fall 2018
FCSE 3080 - Dress and Humanity, Summer 2018
FCSE 3080 - Dress and Humanity, Spring 2018
FCSE 5630 - Student Teaching in Secondary Schools, Spring 2018
FCSE 5630 - Student Teaching in Secondary Schools, Spring 2018

Graduate Students Mentored

Sarah Ware, Ag Systems Technology Ed, August 2021
Emalee Brown, Ag Systems Technology Ed, May 2018 - June 2021
ShaeLin Nilsen, Ag Systems Technology Ed, June 2019 - May 2021