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A Year of Ag. Teaching

A Year of Ag. Teaching - A Year in the Life of a Texas...

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A Year in the Life of a Texas A Year in the Life of a Texas Agricultural Sciences Teacher Agricultural Sciences Teacher Your Guide to “What Should I be doing Now?”
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Summer Summer is the time that most ag teachers use to recharge for the next year. There are many important things that must be done in the summer to ensure a productive year. First year teachers should use the summer as a time to get oriented and scramble to prepare for the fall. Don’t assume that you are required to have a year’s worth of materials prepared for the first day of class!
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June State Leadership Conference: State Degree Check: Workshops: Area Leadership Camps: Steer Validation: Preparation for Fall! SAEP Visitation: Gather Dates For Next Year & Get Them On Your School’s Calendar!!! Also, know everyone else’s dates! UIL, Athletics, Etc…
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July State Convention: Workshops or Summer Jackpots: Professional Development Conference: Preparation for Fall! SAEP Visitation:
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August Professional Development Conference: Set Travel NOW NOW for: National Convention, Stockshows, State LDE’s, State CDE’s, Area Convention, State Degree Check, State Convention, Professional Development Conference, Etc.
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