July 30, 2018
The Council creates an intentional direction for the Agricultural Education Model by:
The Council leads the future of school-based agricultural education by:
To have information from your ag ed organization included in the Monday Morning Monitor, email Andrea Fristoe, NAAE Program Manager.
2018 National Agricultural Education Summit
Future Agriscience Teacher Symposium at NAAE Convention
2018 NAAE Convention
Communities of Practice Highlights
Vets on Call
Registration for the 2018-19 212° and 360° Conference Season Closes Aug. 1
360° Vision takes students full circle regarding chapter leadership. The two-day 360° Leadership Conference is focused on the importance of vision and how to become a visionary leader. Students spend their time in sessions understanding the importance of vision, conducting a chapter needs assessment, crafting a vision plan for their local FFA chapters, and developing a strategy to implement their visions.
FFA chapters and associations are welcome to register to host a conference. Please read our updated 212° and 360° Planning Guide. This will help ensure an easy registration and conference experience. For those who hosted 212° and 360° conferences during the 2017-18 school year, the pricing and process have not changed. Find more information on the 212◦/360◦ conference webpages. Click here to begin registration. The deadline for conference registration is Wednesday, Aug. 1, 2018.
Contact Casey Zufelt, firstname.lastname@example.org or 317-802-4309, for more information.
Alumni and Supporters Advisory Committee Application Deadline Extended
Current Advisory Council Positions:
Positions to be Filled:
Great DEALS on a Variety of Tech Packages through CASE Online!
Don't need the entire LMS? CASE is offering fantastic DEALS on additional technology packages for your CASE classroom. Flipped video packages and teacher test bank packages are available for $75 per course. End-of-Course Assessment only packages range from $8-$10 per account. Have questions? Contact the CASE Online Learning Coordinator, Sara Cobb.
Genome editing—a hot topic for scientists and agriculture.
Friday, July 27, 2018: Genome editing continues to be a hot topic for agriculture as the EU makes a ruling. Trade maneuvers, an appreciation of rural county fairs, and a newborn giraffe “getting its legs.”
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