June 4, 2018
The Council creates an intentional direction for the Agricultural Education Model by:
MissionThe Council leads the future of school-based agricultural education by:
Bar Harbor, ME
AAAE Western Regional Meeting
AAAE North Central Regional Meeting
MMM SubmissionsTo have information from your ag ed organization included in the Monday Morning Monitor, email Andrea Fristoe, NAAE Program Manager.
NAAENAAE Virtual Book Club
This summer the NAAE Virtual Book Club will be engaging with The Wild Card by Hope & Wade King. A guide for educators to experience a creative breakthrough in their classrooms, The Wild Card helps teachers learn to operate with a "full deck" and always have an "ace" up their sleeve.NEW this year! The first 25 people to register for the book club will receive a special gift in the mail.Click here to learn more & register by June 11th!
2018 NAAE Convention
Registration and the NAAE Housing Block are now open. Follow this link for more information and to start making plans for San Antonio!
Ag Ed Magazine
Dr. Courtney Meyers and Dr. Gaea Hock are excited to serve as the theme editors for the November/December 2018 edition of The Agricultural Education Magazine. They look forward to bringing you high-quality, relevant articles related to the theme “Advocating for Agriculture.”They are seeking proposals for the issue and welcome anyone who represents the agricultural education profession to submit a 100 word abstract by June 7th (5pm CDT). If selected, you will be asked to provide a full manuscript (approximately 1,500 words) by August 15th at 5:00pm (CDT). The Agricultural Education Magazine is a great way to share ideas, innovation, and interests! Consider this as an opportunity to engage with peers and stakeholders by sharing your expertise!Specific areas of focus include:
Communities of Practice Highlights
Vets on Call
New Travel Program to Take Alumni and Supporters to Europe
Apply Now: Convention and Expo Newsroom Crew
Newsroom crew members are expected to arrive on Monday, Oct. 22 and work through Saturday, Oct. 27. Your reward? A small stipend, inside access to an amazing event, coaching on how to become a better communicator, and some awesome clips and experience that will help you in the future. This may be eligible for college credit, so ask your school's advisor.
To learn more and apply, access the application now.
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Still Time to Apply - $3,000 Yearlong Living to Serve Grant
The term “spam” still has a meaty connotation at the Hawaii Festival.
Friday, June 1, 2018: Trade and tariffs affecting agriculture, universities engage in research projects, and biotech is influencing crops and livestock production. Also see how hippos rule their turf and how even dogs get pumped about Hawaii’s spam festival. These and many more ag/science stories in this week’s edition.
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