Andrea Fristoe

New Teacher News -- June 2018

Blog Post created by Andrea Fristoe on Jun 28, 2018

 

 

Totally Acceptable. . . .

 

 

  1. To get out of your comfort zone and experience new things this summer that you can share with your students this fall,
  2. To attend a variety of professional development workshops to gain new ideas, insight and information for use in your classroom,
  3. To make time to visit your students' SAE projects and really get to know more about them and their aspirations as agriculturalists,
  4. To find a new hobby -- something to help you unwind and enjoy this summer,
  5. To sit poolside and just relax!

 

 

 

 

 

My Corner of the World

 

What does your desk look like this summer?During the summers agriculture teachers stay as busy as bees. Ms. Breanne Brammer serves as the agricultural education instructor at Salisbury R-IV High School where she conducts summer visits to her students' Supervised Agriculture Experience (SAE) programs. One of Ms. Brammer's "sweetest" visits was to a student's bee hives. The student produces honey for her SAE in specialty animal production. Ms. Brammer donned traditional apiculturist (commonly called bee keeper) safety attire to see this project firsthand,  and by the end of the day she thought this SAE was the bee's knees." Want Your Picture in NTN???
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Promising Practices

 

 

 

 

Ag Teacher Hack

 

Classroom Tools/Supplies
I’m not promoting any particular business, but this particular kiddie meal at our location currently has the game Trouble as the “prize.” You can purchase the prize with/without the meal, but I’m going to use the enclosed dice tool in my classroom. It makes an easy way to select numbers (1-6) for games, group breakouts, lab activities, etc., and I don’t have to keep replacing dice and they don’t roll off the table or get lost.
-Wendi Mizer Stachler, agriculture teacher at Great Oaks Career Campuses, OHFrom the Facebook Ag Education Discussion Lab page.

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NAAE Membership Benefits

 

 

US Ag Ed ListservThe U.S. Ag Ed Listserv is for use by agriculture teachers, state staff, teacher educators, and others interested in agricultural education. Subscribe to the listserv >>

 

 

 

 

Before You Go. . . .

 

 

The National Council for Agricultural Education Announces Ag Education Summit Prior to the 2018 NAAE Convention and ACTE CareerTech VISION 2018 in San AntonioThe targeted attendees for the Summit are state Team Ag Ed members, including state Ag Ed staff , teacher educators, and teachers who are the key leaders/officers in their state agricultural education associations. The overarching theme of the 2018 Summit will be the future of the agricultural education profession and the future direction of the National Council for Agricultural Education.Learn More >>

 

 

 

Mark Your Calendar!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Contact Us

 

 

Ellen Thompson
Project Director
ethompson.naae@uky.edu
605-350-3842

Andrea Fristoe
Program Manager
afristoe.naae@uky.edu
800-509-0204

 

 

 

 

Victoria Hamilton
Marketing Assistant
vhamilton.naae@uky.edu
800-509-0204

Alan Green
Cooperative Education Program Coordinator
alangreen4045@gmail.com
616-706-8720

 

 

 

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, Corteva Agriscience™ Agriculture Division of DowDuPont™, BASF, Herman & Bobbie Wilson, and Growth Energy, as a special project of the National FFA Foundation.

 

 

 

 

 

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