Listen in as Dr. Hock from Kansas State University eases the fear often associated with the Agriscience Fair. Yes, you and your students can succeed in this contest!
Listen in as Dr. Kararo talks about the best ways to welcome homeschooled students into your Ag Ed program!
On this week of time change, right after National Convention, I'm sure we could all use a little extra motivation...so we've brought in the expert! Listen in as Dr. Amanda Bowling tells us about her research in student motivation!
Listen in as Dr.s Stair and Blackburn from Louisiana State University share their expertise about smartphone usage in the classroom. They also give us their favorite apps for student learning, and we promise at least one will be new to you!
If you've ever seen The Intern, you know the comic opportunity (and occasional conflict potential) that can arise when old fogies and young whippersnappers work in the same space. Listen in as Arkansas ag teachers discuss their perceptions of and tips for working with coteachers in different generations!
Listen in as Dr. Darrick, from University of Tennessee - Martin, discusses how he uses multiple homework attempts to get the most out of his students without drowning in assignment submissions.
We used to be an organization of boys...now girls outnumber boys in many aspects of the agricultural education program. Has the pendulum swung too far? If so, why, and what can we do to get the boys more involved again? Listen in as Arkansas ag teachers talk with Brian, Kate, and Marshall about the gender breakdown in their classrooms.
CASE is a household name among ag teachers these days. Administrators are on board, teachers love the structure...but what do the students think? Listen in as Kelsey Sands (Iowa State University) discusses what she found when she asked students about CASE!