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    Sec  A G E D  U S  Overview 04062011 Sec A G E D U S Overview 04062011 Presentation Transcript

    • Secondary Agricultural Education in the USA: What is it? How does it work? Why?
    • Historically, Secondary Agricultural Education has been . . .
      • Comprehensive in coverage
      • Scientific in method
      • Practical in impact and focus
    • A Comprehensive Agricultural Education Program is Balanced
      • It includes . . .
        • Classroom & Laboratory
        • Instruction
        • Youth Leadership Development - FFA
        • Supervised Agricultural Experience (SAE) Programs
    • All three program components should involve “hands-on”/ ”minds-on” learning experiences for students.
    • Again, a Balanced Agricultural Education Program is the Key!!
      • It includes . . .
        • Classroom & Laboratory
        • Instruction
        • Youth Leadership Development - FFA
        • Supervised Agricultural Experience (SAE) Programs
    • Classroom and laboratory instruction in Agricultural Education in Oklahoma includes five major areas of study:
      • Animal Science
      • Plant Science/ Agronomy/Natural Resources/Horticulture
      • Ag Power & Technology
      • Marketing/Agribusiness
      • Ag Communications
    • Learning in Secondary Agricultural Education occurs in MANY different settings and contexts . . .
    • The FFA Mission
      • FFA makes a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership , personal growth and career success through agricultural education.
      • https://www.ffa.org/Pages/default.aspx
    • The FFA Motto
      • Learning to Do
      • Doing to Learn
      • Earning to Live
      • Living to Serve
    • The FFA Member’s Creed
      • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q4rA2XU2Bqg
    • Supervised Agricultural Experience (SAE)
      • SAE programs are teacher-supervised, individualized, hands-on, student developed projects that give students real-world experience in agriculture and/or agriculture related areas.
      • (Taken from the Oklahoma CareerTech Agricultural Education Web site.)
    • “ Quality” SAE Programs are…
      • Curriculum-based
      • Student-managed
      •           
      • Well planned and comprehensive
      • Documented (records and other important data are kept systematically )
      • Designed so that students can be recognized for their accomplishments
    • Sec. AGED Teachers & Their Preparation . . .
      • 4-year, Bachelor’s of Science degree
        • Technical Agriculture AND Pedagogy
        • (Degree requirements – OSU)
        • Professionalism & Professional Organizations
        • NAAE (National Association of Agricultural
        • Educators) http:// www.naae.org /
    • What does the future hold?
    • Again, a Balanced Agricultural Education Program is the Key!!
      • It includes . . .
        • Classroom & Laboratory
        • Instruction
        • Youth Leadership Development - FFA
        • Supervised Agricultural Experience (SAE) Programs