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. 83, No. 2, September/October

Beginning Teacher Perspective on Leadership
I entered the field of Agricultural Education by a different path than many. Although receiving a degree in AgEd was my original plan when I started college over 20 years ago, I eventually changed my major to Animal Science, which put me on a different...
Beyond the Blackboard: Developing Leadership Skills in Agricultural Education Students
Agricultural leadership has never been in higher demand. Before his death last September, Nobel laureate Dr. Norman Borlaug stated that farmers need to produce more food in the next 50 years than in the last 1 0,000 years combined. Launching the 21st...
"Bucket Filling" a Vital Behavior of Everyday Leadership
Although leadership may be defined as positively influencing others, this is only a part of what leadership is all about. An important part of leadership is the "us," who we are "personally." How we lead ourselves is often overlooked as we examine leadership...
Building Leaders: Recruitment of AgEd Instructors Starts Early
With a teacher shortage upon us, Montana has instituted a few programs which will help in recruiting our young FFA members into the agriculture profession. The days are gone when we can rely on enough students selecting agricultural education as a career...
Developing Leaders through Service
Living to Serve, the last line of the FFA motto for decades, succinctly sums up what we want from all of our current and former members: individuals who through their service will benefit the community-at-large. Seeing the importance of developing service...
From Theory to Practice - A 4-H Perspective on Facilitating Youth Leadership Development
For more than one hundred years, 4-H has been actively engaged in positive youth development. Through 4-H, youth engage in projects, learning experiences, and group activities that foster life skill development. Leadership development has and continues...
The Leadership of Letting Go
Carl: As people, places and things move through our lives, it is sometimes difficult to let go. As teachers, how do we let go of that outstanding special student so he or she can move on to better things in life? As parents, how do we let go of our children...
The Leadership Prism
A prism is "a transparent solid body, often having triangular bases, used for dispersing light into a spectrum or for reflecting rays of light" (Webster, 1999). There are many faces to a prism, and although similar in shape, each has its own unique colors...
Wanted: Leadership for All!!!
The world is clamoring for leadership like never before. With financial challenges, environmental crises and the need to do much more with less, the rules of preparing students for life after high school have changed. Schools are recognizing the cries...
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