The Guidelines for SAEs Supervised Agriculture Experience An

The Guidelines for SAEs Supervised Agriculture Experience An

The Guidelines for SAEs Supervised Agriculture Experience An essential component of Agriculture Education The 3-circle model AET The Guidelines for

SAEs AET Lesson Objectives: 1. The student will be able to understand the relationship between SAE, FFA and classroom instruction. 2. The student will be able to recognize SAE categories. 3. The student will be able to think critically about their Supervised Agricultural Experience (SAE) project development to fulfill the TEKS course requirement.

The AET Supervised Agriculture Experiences PLANNED #1 Planning a series of activities that account for time beyond normally scheduled class time DOCUMENTED SUPERVISED

#2 -A documented project where resources are documented (time or time & money) related to AFNR curriculum #3 - Supervised by a teacher and graded (evaluated) as part of their courses/FFA Exploratory SAE

Only time is invested Learning about an area of agriculture Only time is invested (no $) Career exploration or job shadowing! Prepare for a Career Development Event (CDE)! Examples include: 1. 2.

Training for a FFA competition team or attending an educational training seminar Exploring, preparing and presenting a career in agriculture This category should only be used if you do not have any other option to gain your SAE requirement. If it could be an unpaid placement you would benefit from the category of unpaid placement rather that exploratory for hours in FFA awards, etc. Let's look at a students Exploratory SAE The AET Research SAEs Applies the scientific method to areas related to

agriculture Relates to research questions, previous research and develops findings Time and money (potentially) are invested! Measure plant growth with varying light exposure! Survey students about their perceptions of biotechnology! Analyze various feeding methods on a specific livestock species! Let's look at a students Research SAE http://www.exploresae.com/Research.aspx You can find more information on a Research SAE at Explore SAE

The AET Placement SAE It can be a PAID or an UNPAID Placement Paid or unpaid work experience relating to agricultural course topics/AFNR pathways Money is earned in a paid, work-based learning experience Time is an invested resource! Work in a cooperative setting, either in or outside of school!

Gain experience at a farm store, veterinary clinic, state or local government operation, or at a family agricultural operation! Work at a school laboratory, such as a greenhouse, agricultural mechanics facility or meats laboratory Let's look at a students Placement SAE One more to watch at http://www.exploresae.com/Placement.aspx Next we will Explore SAE for opportunities The AET Entrepreneurship SAEs Time is the invested resource! Must include financial risk by the student!

Examples of time-related entries include: 1. Selecting, caring for and exhibiting livestock 2. Mowing lawns or other landscaping work 3. Planting a vegetable garden and selling products at local farmers market 4. Caring for bee hives and moving hives to fields under contract 5. Start an agri-related business, such as: livestock, grain, vegetable or forage production, wildlife/hunting guide, lawn care, welding fabrication The investment is financial values to grow your SAE! Click here to see a students Entrepreneurship SAE or go to http://www.exploresae.com/Entrepreneurship.aspx http://www.exploresae.com/default.aspx

The AET Lets talk about some ideas The AET Agricultural Educational Pathways The AET Agricultural Educational Pathways The AET

Lets think of some ideas that you could do for a learning experience. The AET This category is for students that do not fit any of the other 3 categories. These hours will only fulfill the course requirements not FFA Awards. Lets look at some ideas for a Research SAE The AET Just remember a Research SAE follows the scientific method

The AET Your opportunities are endless You could work with the State Poultry Veterinarian The AET You could raise an animal, grow a garden or .. The AET So, what will you choose. To fulfill the State requirements for this course under the

Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (2) The student develops a supervised agriculture experience program. The student is expected to: (A) plan, propose, conduct, document, and evaluate a supervised agriculture experience program as an experiential learning activity; (B) (B) apply proper record-keeping skills as they relate to the supervised agriculture experience; (C) (C) participate in youth leadership opportunities to create a well-rounded experience program; and (D) (D) produce and participate in a local program of activities using a strategic planning process. The AET So lets review

Supervised Agriculture Experiences PLANNED #1 Planning a series of activities that account for time beyond normally scheduled class time DOCUMENTED SUPERVISED #2 -A documented

project where resources are documented (time or time & money) related to AFNR curriculum #3 - Supervised by a teacher and graded (evaluated) as part of their courses/FFA The AET Exploratory SAE

Only time is invested Learning about an area of agriculture Only time is invested (no $) Career exploration or job shadowing! Prepare for a Career Development Event (CDE)! Examples include: 1. 2.

Training for a FFA competition team or attending an educational training seminar Exploring, preparing and presenting a career in agriculture This category should only be used if you do not have any other option to gain your SAE requirement. If it could be an unpaid placement you would benefit from the category of unpaid placement rather that exploratory for hours in FFA awards, etc. The AET Research SAEs Applies the scientific method to areas related to agriculture Relates to research questions, previous research and

develops findings Time and money (potentially) are invested! Measure plant growth with varying light exposure! Survey students about their perceptions of biotechnology! Analyze various feeding methods on a specific livestock species! The AET Placement SAE It can be a PAID or an UNPAID Placement

Paid or unpaid work experience relating to agricultural course topics/AFNR pathways Money is earned in a paid, work-based learning experience Time is an invested resource! Work in a cooperative setting, either in or outside of school! Gain experience at a farm store, veterinary clinic, state or local government operation, or at a family agricultural operation! Work at a school laboratory, such as a greenhouse,

agricultural mechanics facility or meats laboratory The AET Entrepreneurship SAEs Time is the invested resource! Must include financial risk by the student! Examples of time-related entries include: 1. Selecting, caring for and exhibiting livestock 2. Mowing lawns or other landscaping work 3. Planting a vegetable garden and selling products at local farmers market 4. Caring for bee hives and moving hives to fields under contract 5. Start an agri-related business, such as: livestock, grain, vegetable or forage production, wildlife/hunting guide, lawn

care, welding fabrication The investment is financial values to grow your SAE! The AET

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