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Supervising FFA and SAE Programs
FFA & SAE PROG
CLASS CODE: AGED 358 CREDITS:  2
DIVISION: AGRICULTURAL AND LIFE SCIENCES
DEPARTMENT: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
GENERAL EDUCATION: This course does not fulfill a General Education requirement.

DESCRIPTION: FFA and SAE programs help establish leadership, personal development and work habit skills. This class will introduce and practice these skills.
TAUGHT: Fall
CONTENT AND TOPICS: Agricultural education is a program of instruction that demands that enrollees be taught the basic knowledge, skills, and understandings which are needed for successful entry into the workforce. It is essential that this instruction be followed by application of what has been learned. In the area of psychomotor learning the basic knowledge is taught, the skills are explained and demonstrated, and then the learners apply their skills in a functional setting through directed lab experiences.

Two basic vehicles for structuring this learning process are the FFA and SAE programs. Both of these programs help establish leadership, personal development and work habit skills. The effective teacher needs to use FFA and SAE programs as laboratories to enhance above mentioned skills. This class will introduce and practice leadership, encourage personal growth and assist students in developing greater work habits and skills so that they may be an example to those students to whom they have been assigned.

* FFA as a laboratory.
* FFA as a vehicle for structured learning.
* Practice what you learn through FFA.
* Teachers responsibility of guiding the practice of technical,leadership and personal development abilities in FFA.
* Applying technical agricultural skills through FFA contest areas.
* Purpose of committees and how they can work efficiently.
* Parliamentary procedure.
* Public speaking. SAE supervised practice and learning.
* Occupational development.
* Conducting supervisory visits.
* Records instruction.
* Assessment of FFA and SAE programs.
GOALS AND OBJECTIVES: 1. Discuss how to use the FFA as a place for applying leadership and personal development abilities.
2. Explain how the FFA is a laboratory
3. Apply technical agriculture skills through FFA.
4. Design FFA activities to apply leadership and personal development skills.
5. Explain the need for supervised agricultural experiences.
6. Develop supervised agricultural experiences and instruction to correspond with supervised practice.
7. Learn how to supervise agricultural experiences of other students.
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EFFECTIVE DATE: August 2003