New York Association of Agricultural Educators annual conference that provides teachers with the opportunity for premier experiential workshops, and engagement with their peers.
An intensive discipline specific conference that provides a high level of educational experiences to enhance the rigor and relevance of agriculture, food, and natural resources (AFNR) subject matter. Besides elevating knowledge and skills, CASE provides purposeful enhancement of science, mathematics, and English language understanding.
2019-2020 marks the third year of our mentoring program. The goal of this initiative is to support and retain new and existing teachers, provide a content specific mentoring experience, and aid all members seeking to raise the rigor and efficacy of their comprehensive agricultural education programs.
Receive 6 hours of professional development credit while your students attend the 212/360 FFA Leadership Conferences. This year’s professional development will focus on integrating inquiry into your agriscience classrooms, time management and delegation, supervised agricultural experiences (SAE’s), student award applications, and agricultural education and FFA updates.
If you are an instructor who is relatively new to teaching small engine technology, then this is where you’ll want to start! This 3-day course should arm you with enough knowledge and confidence to conduct your own basic small engine class.
The mission of the Global Learning Conference in Agriculture is to create space for innovation and collaboration in developing global learning opportunities throughout the K-20 education continuum.