Log in to create and rate content, and to follow, bookmark, and share content with other members. Not a member? Join Now! This is the heading from an article that appeared in a local newspaper a while back. Figure 1 Newspaper Article Heading In what decade would you guess this article appeared? [A. 1930s] [B. 1940s] [C. 1950s] [D. 1960s... Hello everyone. I'm in my second year teaching and my first teaching an Ag Mechanics class. I was wondering if anyone could give me an idea of what all you do in your Electrical section of Ag Mechanics. I'm trying to ... Last week’s Friday Footnote focused on the FFA basketball teams and tournaments that were at the height of their popularity in the 1950s. In response, I received a note from Tim Davis, an agriculture teacher in Missou... “Making Basketball History” was the heading of an article in the January 28, 1938 Bangor (Maine) Daily News. So, who made basketball history? It was the Presque Isle Future Farmers basketball team. They had fini... Have you ever heard the expression “save the best for last”? That is my thinking as we wrap up our celebration of Native American Heritage Month with this Friday Footnote. Four years ago, I was exploring sout... Attached are the minutes from the business meeting, as well as the state association reports. Please see the link below for the information presented by Nina Crutchfield at the Region II Business meeting at the NAAE National Conference last week. Fall 2021 National FFA Updates.pdf - Box Attached is the business meeting agenda for our Region II meetings. Updated 11/30. I am not sure of the words to describe my feelings after reading an article titled “The Last Dance” from the Fall 1953 issue of the National Future Farmer. Perhaps sad or poignant fit. Better yet, I will let you... Good Afternoon, We are excited to announce our Collegiate Assistant Professor position for Agricultural Education! This position is ideal for someone interested in focusing their career trajectory on teaching and ou... Hello, Last year I did 6 Ag Exchange boxes with my 7th and 8th grade classes and it was great! I haven't seen a post for exchange boxes yet so I thought I would start one. I would like to do an exchange with 6 ot... In the latter half of the 1800s, the Indian conflicts (skirmishes, wars) in America were at an end. The vanquished Native Americas were herded to reservations. But the question emerged about what to do with the Indian... I am a new teacher and I am looking to start up a Food Science Course. I am working with a local lady who used to do a lot of food science stuff and I have gotten some great ideas. From people that teach a food scienc... HI Everyone in Region II I hope all is well with you and that you're enjoying life. I wanted to send some information along to those who were going to attend the convention in person. (Please read below) Indoor... When European explorers first set foot in North America, they were shocked to see what Native American women were doing. They were engaged in farming and other aspects of agriculture. They were hard workers. This was ... Instead of the tradition Animal Behavior unit with livestock and progeny, my Animal Science class of non-agriculture students would like to do something related to dog training. I see great potential in this unit as I... What do FFA chapters do special at Halloween? If you go back in time, you will find numerous references to Halloween activities. In the August 1931 issue of The Agricultural Education Magazine the Reidville, SC FFA ch... We are wrapping up our month-long celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month with one additional posting that has roots in Spain (and France). Most people are vaguely aware of the Basque ethnic group but really don’t know... Attached are materials for a Soil Science Unit I taught to 9th Graders.