Adaptation is often the norm for Ag Teachers. Every day is a new adventure, every activity turns out differently for every class, and every lesson plan is more guide than firm timeline. And all over the country Ag Teachers band together to lend a hand or an ear, but most frequently, an idea.
From the NAAE’s Communities of Practice to the Ag Ed Discussion Lab on Facebook, our members are asking questions and posting resources every day. This community and the sense of togetherness it inspires is what pushes our profession forward every day. Every post reaches thousands of teachers, meaning that every post helps countless students and in turn, those students go out and become leaders, problem solvers, entrepreneurs and agriculturalists.
Below we have accumulated just a small portion of what our membership has been posting this last month:
- Dustin Gosser posted a PowerPoint for a United States Horticultural Imports and Exports lecture on our Communities of Practice, here.
- Kaitlyn Bartling provided a Kahoot for her lesson in Fencing 101. Click here to find out more!
- Loghan Hallett post some Nutrition Deficiencies Poster Directions on our Communities of Practice page. You can lean more here!
- Francisca Pena posted an equine video and several work sheets in the Ag Ed Discussion Lab this month. Click here for more information!
- Kendall Davis Rogers posted a video on YouTube to help Ag Teacher teach a small engine lesson. Click here to watch her video.
- Ashley Mychal Puckett Wagoner is very active in the Ag Ed Discussion lab and has posted a small power lesson and a Veterinary Science Surgical Instruments for at home students this month. Click here to view her page!
- Riley Hintzsche is one of the Admin in the Discussion Lab and has made many different helpful and informational posts, including his recent Officer Retreat: Diversity activity. You can view it here.
For more resources for lesson planning, professional development, and support you can follow the links below!