Maintaining an Adequate Supply of Agricultural Teachers, What Is Your Role?
Lawrence, Shannon, Rayfield, John, The Agricultural Education Magazine
Writing an article about sustaining the lifeblood of our profession seems easy at first. There are so many directions one could go and questions to be answered - what are teacher education programs doing to maintain the supply? How do we keep current and future agricultural education teachers motivated? How do we educate the public about our profession? To answer the difficult questions on this issue, we as teachers should reflect on our past, look at our present condition, and conceptualize what needs to happen in the future.
R. W. Emerson once said "Do not go where the path may lead; go instead where there is no path and leave a trail." Our predecessors have blazed a trail that …
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Publication information: Article title: Maintaining an Adequate Supply of Agricultural Teachers, What Is Your Role?. Contributors: Lawrence, Shannon - Author, Rayfield, John - Author. Journal title: The Agricultural Education Magazine. Volume: 84. Issue: 1 Publication date: July/August 2011. Page number: 8+. © National Council for Agricultural Education Nov/Dec 2008. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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