The Combating Food Insecurity Curriculum is an engaging middle school level curriculum geared towards educating students from all backgrounds to engage in understanding world hunger and agriculture’s role for finding solutions.
Many believe that learning stops once you graduate from your last step in the world of academia, whether that is a high school diploma or a doctorate. However, to truly succeed, we must strive to be lifelong learners. In this retiring address, 2017-18 National FFA Central Region Vice President Piper Merritt discusses the importance of becoming a forever learner.
Bell Ringers for the Agricultural Science Classroom in Powerpoint format to accompany the existing bell ringer document.
There is always work to be done in life. In his retiring address, 2017-18 National FFA Western Region Vice President Bryce Cluff discusses how we can become better leaders through work, understanding and love.
This worksheet is a general worksheet to be used with the videos in the SAE video library.
This activity is a general worksheet to be used with videos from the FFA Blue Room Experience from the 91st National FFA Convention & Expo.
From the day we are born, there is a value and purpose for our life. It is important to remember everyone is different and brings different skills, talents and knowledge to the table. Everyone is valuable in their own unique way. In this retiring address, 2017-18 National FFA Eastern Region Vice President Gracie Furnish discusses how valuable each person is and why we need to see ourselves as valuable too.
Success boils down to two important components, persistence and focus. In this retiring address, 2017-18 National FFA Southern Region Vice President Ian Bennett discusses how we encounter challenges on our path to success and how we need to be persistent and focused throughout these many challenges to achieve success.
Fear is a feeling that creeps up in everyday life, anything from fearing the judgment of peers to bigger feelings such as being unwanted. We should not let fear control our lives. We need to learn to combat the fears. Erica Baier discusses fear and why we need to overcome our biggest obstacle … ourselves.
The SAE for All program is designed to provide meaningful career preparation experiences for all students through the SAE component of the Ag Ed program. It enables every student, regardless of their time in Ag Ed to benefit from the SAE involvement by aligning the effort with their career interest.