Agriculture Education (AGED)

AGED 5364. Advanced Problems in Agriculture Education. 3 Hours.

A directed individual investigation of advanced problems in Career and Technology Education.

AGED 5376. Personal Leadership & Organizational Dynamics. 3 Hours.

(SH Prior Course ID: AED 576); Concepts and practices in planning and presenting materials to agricultural groups. Includes leadership skills, concepts of community development, and dynamics of technological change.

AGED 5388. Secondary Agricultural Education Program Management. 3 Hours.

Students focus on developing and managing the youth leadership aspect of Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources programs in public schools. Students examine leadership and career development events, agricultural education record book documentation system, Program of Activity development, financial management, student and chapter awards, community partnerships, program evaluation, and student management during extracurricular activities.

AGED 5393. Methods of Teaching Agricultural Education. 3 Hours.

Students study the professional competencies required for the teaching of agricultural education. Included is the development of curriculum and occupational education programs as well as evaluation of teaching techniques, procedures, and resource materials. Methods of teaching students with disabilities are discussed. Note: Students who have taken AGED 4364 may not take AGED 5393.
Prerequisite: Graduate Standing.

AGED 5394. Agricultural Education Learning Environments. 3 Hours.

Students examine classroom management and discipline approaches appropriate in secondary agricultural education (AGED) classrooms and laboratories. Proactive and preventative measures are discussed to ensure student safety and a successful learning environment. Note: Students who have taken AGED 4394 may not take AGED 5394.
Prerequisite: Graduate Standing.