Agriscience Leadership study quide

Agriscience Leadership study quide - What you should know...

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FFA Knowledge FFA is an intra-curricular activity having its origin and base in a definite part of the school curriculum- agricultural education. The close relationship facilitates each other’s good points with the FFA providing the “laboratory” for leadership, personal and career development experiences for the classroom instruction. Thus a well-functioning FFA chapter, with planned program of activities, a strong team of student and adult leaders and active “advisor-ship” enriches the instruction in agriculture. FFA Mission Statement FFA makes a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth, and career success through an integrated program of agricultural education. FFA students are served by a fully integrated educational program of classroom instruction, supervised experiential learning and FFA programs and activities focused on the science, business, and technology of the agriculture, food, fiber and natural resources industry. FFA Vision Statement The national FFA organization envisions a future in which All agricultural education students will discover their passion in life, and build on that insight to chart the course for their education, career and personal future. The national FFA organization collaborates with teachers, State leaders, and others to deliver an integrated program of agricultural education, which encourages students to explore opportunities, supports their discovery of natural talents and interests, and offers meaningful activities in which they can apply their skills and talents. Therefore the National FFA organization will: 1. Make local agricultural education teacher success its primary focus, through model programs and activities that generate local program success 2. Reaffirm its commitment to the integrated agricultural education delivery model as a synergistic way to deliver academic, professional and youth development content. Within this model, further improves for local students the role of experiential learning, the depth of personal engagement and the breadth of participation opportunities. 3. Promote the widespread use of community based planning and support to develop environments that make agricultural education and FFA successful. 4. Develop stronger programs and support for state leaders of agricultural Education. 5. Offer programs and activities that are attractive to students of all ages (middle school through college), diverse backgrounds and broad career interests in the agriculture, food, fiber, and natural resources industry. Beliefs and Values Students need an environment and experiences that promote personal growth… Discovering personal talents, career interests, and building skills leads to growth. All students need to be accepted, experience success and be confident in
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This test prep was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course BIO 1500 taught by Professor Wilson during the Fall '08 term at Oakland CC.

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