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  Sponsored by FCAE, Facilitating Coordination in Agricultural Education, as a special project funded by the Agricultural Education Line Item, Continuing Education courses are available for teachers to earn graduate credit in a variety of areas. 

Offered Annually:
  • Ag Ed 499 - Beginning Agriculture Teachers Course: Graduate course designed for first-year teachers in order to supply them with the knowledge and skills necessary to get their career started off on the right foot.
Offered as funds are available and the need is present:
  • Agriculture Mechanics - Graduate course for any agriculture teacher that needs to develop and/or enhance their skills in several areas of agricultural mechanics such as electricity, construction, welding, small engines, etc. (plan to offer every other year)

  • Supervised Agricultural Experience (SAE) - Graduate course designed to provide beginning teachers with the skills and information necessary to be able to successfully teach and mentor students regarding their SAE project / work-based learning experiences. (plan to offer every other year)

Others as identified by the membership and the FCAE staff.

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