A Neat Activity for the Friday before Thanksgiving

November 18, 2015

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10 Ways to Grow Your Spring Plant Sale

10 Ways to Grow Your Spring Plant Sale

September 21, 2015

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Thoughts on the FFA CDE - Ag. Marketing Plan -- 4 of 5 "Strategies and Action Plan"

September 18, 2015

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Basic Ag Mechanics Skills that Middle Schoolers Should Know

Basic Ag Mechanics Skills that Middle Schoolers Should Know

September 14, 2015

As teachers we seem to be in a hurry to get to the fun stuff with our students.  Often, the fun stuff requires a lot of prep work, costs money, and devotes a lot of our attention for a single lesson.  Remember we aren't producing master welders or foresters.  We are producing educated students who have an understanding of the basic components of agriculture related subjects. 

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Thoughts on the FFA CDE - Ag Marketing Plan -- 3 of 5 Analysis of "The Business Proposal"

September 10, 2015

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Must Haves for Your Shiny New (or New to You) School Greenhouse

September 09, 2015

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SAE Ideas for Uninspired Students and Their Ag Teachers

August 04, 2015

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Create a Degree Wall (& a Legacy) for Your FFA Members

Create a Degree Wall (& a Legacy) for Your FFA Members

July 10, 2015

White Oak FFA in North Carolina tweeted a great image about an annual activity their chapter started. An FFA degree wall that can live on for years in your chapter.

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Floral Design Tricks for an Ag Class on a Tight Budget

Floral Design Tricks for an Ag Class on a Tight Budget

June 30, 2015

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Starting a business with your Ag class

June 19, 2015

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Incorporate the rule of 3 into creating a Lesson Plan

June 12, 2015

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Interactive Ways to Teach Vet Directional Terminology

Interactive Ways to Teach Vet Directional Terminology

March 20, 2015

Few students get excited when you announce that the class is going to learn directional terminology.  Relying on PowerPoints and lecture will just take all the fun out of an interesting subject.  This lesson can be very memorable if you mix things up and get those students actively learning the subject matter.

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