The Agricultural Education Magazine

The Agricultural Education Magazine publishes articles on instruction leadership, supervision, and curriculum development in agricultural education in the United States and other countries.

Articles from Vol. 81, No. 3, November/December

Breaking the Technology Barrier: Using Technolgoy in Education
Technology and education have always seemed to go together. In order to prepare students for the workplace or college, they need to be exposed to it. Teachers in the classroom use technology believing that the students are gaining valuable information...
Finding the Merit in Every "If Only"
Perhaps Vernon Law said it best: "Experience is the worst teacher; it gives the test before presenting the lesson." Every teacher likely recognizes this concept as an alternative view to the traditional belief that experience is the best teacher. It...
Good Shoes, Ear Plugs, and Postcards
Last Saturday I came in the house hot and tired. Thought I'd rest a minute, drink a glass of sweet tea, and catch a little college football on the "Great Box of Knowledge." My wife had gone to town for groceries. I must have sat there close to an hour....
If I Were Again a Teacher of Vocational Agriculture
I is recorded that some wise man ias said or written that "of all sad vords of tongue and pen, the saddest are these - it might have been." I am sure we can all couch for the truth of this observation; for there is no one of us who has not had the ghost...
If Only I Knew Then What I Know Now!
I came into this profession much ke many of you: I enjoyed my wn experience in Agriculture Education as a student and wanted to ensure that future generations of students would have that same opportunity. I knew in high school that I wanted to become...
Inclusion Corner
Change is possible-sometimes it is just hard to do!Ever notice that some topics resurface every now-and-then? In Arizona I think the prize has to go to "What is an acceptable SAE?" We talk about it every summer, just as if it has never been mentioned...
Looking Back, I Should Have Let Go More!
A s a new assistant professor and reflecting back on personal experiences through teaching agricultural sciences for 14 years in secondary programs, there are many aspects which I would like to call for a "do over." Being a young, energetic teacher,...
Oh the Places You'll Go.And the Questions You'll Ask!
Congratulations! Today is your day. You 're off to Great Places! You 're off and away! (Seuss, 1990).Many of us have used Dr. Seuss' book "OA, the Places You'll Go G as a teaching tool in leadership classes, to inspire a chapter officer team, and as...
What Does the Rear View Mirror Say?
Looking back on your professional past is similar to looking in the rear view mirror while driving - you get a different perspective than what you just saw flashing through the windshield in front of you.Kolb's model for experiential learning would suggest...
Would-Have, Should-Have: Dialogue on Teaching
What would a teacher do differently if she or he ad the chance? Six colleagues with ties to Iowa State University (ISU) convened a dialogue on "What we might do differently." We present our dialogue in conversational format, interview-style.Dialogue...
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