Andrea Fristoe

New Teacher News -- January 2016

Blog Post created by Andrea Fristoe on Feb 29, 2016


Promising Practices

Totally Acceptable...
  1. To check out Communities of Practice for a new lesson plan or classroom idea.
  2. To spend a few hours looking at classroom organization ideas on Pinterest.
  3. To call or email a student’s parents to compliment a job well done.
  4. To talk to a special student about becoming an agriculture teacher.
  5. To keep a hidden calendar counting down the days until spring break.

My Corner of the World
Stacey Kunde is an Ag Teacher at Brillion High School in Brillion, Wisconsin.

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Ag Teacher Hack

“Make sure you have a life outside of school! There is nothing more amazing then supporting your students at their extracurricular events, but you have to make time for yourself and your family.  If you are a single teacher like myself, make sure you have time for you! Find something that you can do to get your mind away from school for a while at least a couple of times a month!– Joni Fields, Agriculture Teacher at Fairfax High School, MO

Healthy Habits
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What you get for the money?

Ag Ed Relief Fund
The Agricultural Educator Relief Fund is designed to assist individual NAAE active members during a time of personal crisis or need. NAAE members may receive up to a $500 stipend to help them through a difficult time. See more NAAE member benefits!

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Contact Us

The National Teach Ag Campaign is a project of the National Council for Agricultural Education, led by the National Association of Agricultural Educators. For more information, visit the Teach Ag website.Funding for the National Teach Ag Campaign is provided by the CHS Foundation, DuPont Pioneer, and Growth Energy as a special project of the National FFA Foundation.