Log in to create and rate content, and to follow, bookmark, and share content with other members. Not a member? Join Now! We've spent the last week and a half reflecting on who we are as a leader in this expedition, orienting ourselves to embrace change, and diagnosing some of the challenges we will face in the future. Chapter 3 focused ... The expedition of Meriwether Lewis and William Clark is arguably one of America's most exciting stories. Also known as the "Corps of Discovery Expedition," you are probably familiar with Lewis, Clark, Sacagawea and th... *** If you missed the Facebook Live video today, our winners for last Wednesday's Teach Ag Kit Giveaway are: And if you missed the name of the website I used to draw the names, it is: https://wheelofnames.com/ Now,... Outline of how I generally teach photosynthesis and cellular respiration in my Agribiology Class. "We are now at a point where we must educate our children in what no one knew yesterday, and prepare our schools for what no one knows yet." - Margaret Mead (as quoted on p. 69) Chapter 4 is absolutely packed with ... Before we get started today, please watch this video: Saving the Art of Mapmaking If you were wondering, I was born in 1996. This makes me a young Millennial according to Tim Elmore's analysis of generations. I re... This week, our Map Maker activity has a fun twist. I reached out to Andrea Fristoe, NAAE Program Manager, and asked her to share some of her thoughts related to Chapter 5 of Marching Off the Map. Please read her guest... "When the winds of change blow, some people build walls, while others build windmills." - Chinese Proverb, p. 79 I am having a hard time deciding which chapter is my favorite in Marching Off the Map, but I think ch... Something to think about to get us started today... Why All World Maps Are Wrong So far, Marching Off the Map has shown us in detail how the students of today will face problems tomorrow that we cannot even fathom... Tim Elmore poses a crucial question at the end of chapter 4: "Are you willing to keep your principles, but trade in your pedagogy?" We've learned that our students need us to adapt but not adopt their trends.They need... As agricultural educators, you were probably already familiar with most of the concepts portrayed in Chapter 7 of Marching Off the Map. I know many of you place a huge emphasis on real world experiences and giving stu... It is a pleasure to welcome Dr. Jim Connors from the University of Idaho back for another Friday Footnote appearance. I hope you enjoy reading this Footnote as much as I did. FFA members and advisors are well aware of... Unit: Intro to Parliamentary Procedure Agriscience class Days: A & B - 2 days, C - 5 days, D - 3 days Lessons Needs: Start of Lesson every day: Opening Ceremonies Introduce Parliamentary ProcedureShow comparison ... Check the Captain's Log for updates and guidance along our journey! *** The Expedition Chat for 5.29.20 has been CANCELED so that everyone has the opportunity to participate in the Ag Ed Graduation Ceremony hosted b... ACTE is pleased to announce through CTE Learn, along with our partner at MaxKnowledge, that we have extended the original expiration date of May 1 to May 31 on the following free online courses to prepare educators to... I give my students a little idea of what to do, but the final product will be a create creation on their part.