ASE 5220 is a methods of teaching course. In ASE 5220 students will further explore the teaching and learning process with an emphasis on planning and delivering agriscience instruction in public schools. Students will demonstrate competence in agricultural literacy and science-based agriculture instruction through the use of a variety of teaching methods. Prereq: 5210, and Sr Standing.
This course provides pre-service agricultural education candidates philosophies and mechanisms for youth engagement within a comprehensive agricultural education program. Through the exploration of Positive Youth Development and Experiential Learning Theory, pre-service candidates will explore youth engagement through individual program components and intracurricular experiences. Prereq: 4220, and Jr standing.
Agriscience education M.Ed. students will be immersed in planned field experience, documenting hours toward initial teacher licensure. ASE 5189 will provide students the opportunity to further understand and develop best practices in teaching and learning centered around youth development and experiential learning within agriscience education. Prereq: Admission to the M.Ed. program. Repeatable to a maximum of 2 cr hrs or 2 completions.
Specialized topics in Agriscience Education. Repeatable to a maximum of 10 cr hrs or 5 completions.
The study abroad program will provide undergraduate and graduate students with an opportunity to learn about agriculture and related issues in a foreign country and receive credit for that work. Repeatable to a maximum of 9 cr hrs.
Lesson plan development, written assignments, and other documentation of teaching agriculture in the public schools, conferences, and seminars. Prereq: 5280 and 5282. Not open to students with credit for AEE 580.03.
Clinical analysis of teaching agriculture in the public schools, conferences, and seminars. Prereq: 5230 and 5231. Not open to students with credit for AEE 580.02.