Program Learning Objectives
1.Apply knowledge of philosophical and historical foundations of agricultural education to develop personal philosophy statements which guide components of the agricultural education programs.
2.Create relevant, challenging and integrative agricultural curriculum.
3.Adapt curriculum to meet curricular goals and objectives using a variety of educational theories and models.
4.Demonstrate effective teaching characteristics while utilizing a wide variety of teaching and learning strategies.
5.Select appropriate practices to teach essential agricultural concepts, problem solving, skills of inquiry, communication and collaboration.
6.Develop, administer and analyze formal, informal and performance assessment techniques to monitor and evaluate student learning and guide modification.
7.Develop as reflective practitioners by collecting feedback, evaluating learning segments, and supporting artifacts.
|AGED 520||Program Development in Agricultural Education||3|
|AGED 522||Laboratory Pedagogy in Agricultural Technology||3|
|or AGED 523||Laboratory Organization and Management in Agricultural Education|
|AGED/AGC 539||Graduate Internship in Agricultural Education 1||6|
|or AGED 524|
& AGED 540
| Instructional Processes in Agricultural Education|
and Instructional Planning in Agriculture
|Approved Agricultural Electives 2|
|Any 400-500 level courses with the following prefixes: AEPS, AGB, AGC, AGED, ASCI, BRAE, DSCI, ERSC, ESCI, FSN, NR, SS, WVIT||33|
|At least 15 units must be taken at the 500 level. 3|
Up to 8 units can be taken outside of Agriculture.
At least 60% of all units required by the committee as reflected on the formal study plan must be at the 500 level.