Agricultural Education (AGED)

310 Integrated Agricultural Education Studies (3 - Fall, Spring) Planning and supervision of agricultural experience programs, agricultural mechanics and the FFA organization. Prereq: Admission to Teacher Education.

404 Student Teaching Grades 7-8 (6 - Fall, Spring) Student teaching in grades 7-8 for a minimum of 7.5 weeks. Must be taken with TCED 401 and AGED 405. Prereq: Admission to Teacher Education, TCED 301-302 and AGED310.

405 Student Teaching in Grades 9-12 (6 - Fall, Spring) Supervised student teaching in grades 9-12 for a minimum of 7.5 weeks. Must be taken with TCED401 and AGED 404. Prereq: Admission to Teacher Education, TCED 301-302 and AGED

430-440 (630-640) Problems in Improvement of Instruction (3, 3 - Fall, Spring, Summer) Registration in special conferences, workshops, or inservice programs. These courses will be conducted by the Agricultural Education staff on campus or at selected off-campus centers and will be offered at times convenient to the students.

450-460 (650-660) Problems in Agribusiness and Natural Resources Education (3, 3 - Fall, Spring, Summer) Registration in off-campus occupational experiences, short courses, or inservice programs. These courses will be conducted by the Agricultural Education staff on campus or at selected off-campus centers and will be offered at times convenient to the students.

470 (670) Problems in Agricultural Education (1-3 - Fall, Spring, Summer) A course designed to deal with teaching and/or related problems. An elective course for seniors and graduate students. May be repeated for a maximum of 9 hours credit.

740 Seminar in Vocational Agriculture for First Year Teachers (3 - ) Assistance in adjustment to situation in which employed. Seminars to be held in selected centers with visits by instructor to each student at his/her teaching station. Students to participate in special activities selected by the instructor. Prereq: Employment as a vocational agriculture teacher.

741 Supervision of Student Teaching in Agriculture (3 - ) A study of the objectives and techniques of supervising student teachers; experiences to be provided; rewards; facilities; relationships.

770 Program Development for Agricultural Mechanics Instruction (3 - ) Development of instruction and managerial competencies needed in conducting agricultural mechanics programs through an in-depth study of program components and activities related to each including skills development for FFA contest.

771 Program Development for Future Farmers of America Instruction (3 - ) Development of instructional and managerial competencies needed in conducting Future Farmers of America programs including the related programs of Alumni and Young Farmers through an in-depth study of program components and activities related to each.

 



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