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There are four categories for SAE programs: Exploratory Research / Experimentation and Analysis Ownership / Enterprise Placement
Key Terms: Entrepreneurship – Student Owned Placement – Student works for….. Research / Experimentation – Student driven research or experimentation design and implementation.
As students develop their long-range SAE plans they may engage in enterprises or activities that cross the four SAE categories, which could theoretically qualify for multiple proficiency awards.
Service Learning & SAE X – Service Learning
SAE = INVESTIGATION
Plan with the END in mind! Greenhand Degree? Chapter Degree? State Degree? Proficiency Award? Dual Credit? Agriscience Fair?
Ssshhhhh…. (don’t tell my students this)
Use them for labor and upkeep of your Live to Serve Projects! Their Labor = Hours for their SAE
Placement Categories That Fit For Example: Food Science and Technology Forest Management and Products Home and/or Community Development Outdoor Recreation Landscape Management Vegetable Production
Home and/or Community Development Community Gardens Building Fitness Trails Farmers Markets Raised Beds for Community Gardens Volunteer Development Histories Playground for everyone
Environmental Science and Natural Resource Management Reclaiming Natural Habitats Outdoor Learning Labs Fitness Trails Educational Trails Soil and Water Quality Composting/Recycling
Food Science and Technology Community Gardens Raising Broilers Composting Community Gardens Learning Garden
The Hours Add Up! American Degree – 2250 State – 300 Chapter - 45
Shoot for 3 with your SAE By Clay Tew South District Treasurer.
SAE and You!. Objectives Define what a Supervised Agriculture Experience is. Explain the benefits of an SAE program. Describe what the four types of SAE.
SAE FFA Proficiency Awards & Degrees. SAE Four FFA Degrees American Degree State Degree Chapter Degree Greenhand Degree.
S upervised A gricultural E xperience A. Describe a Supervised Agricultural Experience (SAE); B. List and differentiate 5 types of SAE’s; C. Explore SAE.
SAE FFA Proficiency Awards & Degrees. SAE Five FFA Degrees American Degree State Degree Chapter Degree Greenhand Degree Discovery Degree.
Types of SAEs Ms. Morris. An SAE is… S upervised A gricultural E xperience Cognitive approach (purpose is to learn) Hands on learning experience.
I’m never going to get a job!!! At every interview they want someone with experience! How on earth am I supposed to get experience without getting a job.
FFA Scholarships and Awards. National FFA Scholarships The National FFA Organization and its supporters have more than $2 million in college scholarships.
Classroom & Lab Instruction Agriculture & Leadership Development.
Proficiency Awards The FFA & SAE Connection Modified by Georgia Agricultural Education Curriculum Office – June 2002.
SAE Selection AFNR-BAS-3 Explore, develop, and implement the Supervised Agricultural Experience (SAE) program by researching careers in agriculture and.
Enterprise: General Unit: Supervised Agricultural Experience (SAE) Factor Information needed A.All student in the Ag Ed Program have to have an SAE supported.
Supervised Agricultural Experiences. What is an SAE? O A Supervised Agricultural Experience is your out-of- class activity where you apply what you have.
CRIME SCENE INVESTIGATOR. HOW’D YA DO? Read this carefully! Wanted: Landscape Maintenance worker, Operate a lawn mower and power blower. Need a person.
Employability Skills SAE Supervised Agricultural Experience.
Individual Awards and Opportunities. Proficiency Awards u Based on SAE Program u Two categories –Placement - Employed by someone F Farmhand F Plentywood.
Principles of Agriculture Determining Purposes and Procedures of SAE.
What in the World is SAE ?. …agriculture is much more than farming!! There are many opportunities in the world of agriculture.
Pathways of Study in Agriculture Survey of Ag Systems.
INTRODUCTION TO SAE PROGRAMS. SAEs are a great way to get classroom credit and FFA awards for doing things like exploring careers, earning money and having.
INTRODUCTION TO SAE PROGRAMS Principles of AFNR c 2 A.
Make a list of as many achievements and accomplishments offered by the FFA. (May use your manual)
FFA & Leadership Ch. 4 Lesson 1. Agriculture Education Career Tech Science Career Tech Science 3 Integral (combined) parts 3 Integral (combined) parts.
Agriscience Unit 6 : Apply employability skills needed in work-based learning and career planning activities in order to understand the needs of today’s.
Life Knowledge ® Intro to SAE: Developing My SAE Experience Supervised Agricultural Experience HS 126.
SAE Today It’s not your Ag teacher’s SAE Modified by Georgia Agricultural Education Curriculum Office July, 2002.
200 pt 300 pt 400 pt 500 pt 100 pt 200 pt 300 pt 400 pt 500 pt 100 pt 200pt 300 pt 400 pt 500 pt 100 pt 200 pt 300 pt 400 pt 500 pt 100 pt 200 pt 300 pt.
Types of SAE Programs. Interest Approach Ask the students to identify the different types of SAE programs. List these on the board. Use proficiency award.
MRS. FICKBOHM SAE. Objectives 1. Define SAE 2. Identify the different types of SAE Programs 3. List three examples of each SAE Program.
Welcome to Agricultural Education At Golden Valley High School.
Introduction to SAE. Read this carefully! Wanted: Landscape Maintenance worker, Operate a lawn mower and power blower. Need a person who can work with.
Lesson 2 Determining the Kinds of an SAE Reminder: student learning activities are at the end of this power point.
SAE Horticulture I. What is SAE? SAEs are a great way to get classroom credit and FFA awards for doing things like exploring careers, earning money and.
FFA Proficiency Awards Joe W. Kotrlik - LSU
SAE Program Biotechnology & Agriscience Research I Unit B – Records in the Biotechnology Industry Objective , 6.01.
SAE Program Horticulture II Biotechnology II Horticulture I.
ANIMAL, PLANT & SOIL SCIENCE E12-1 CAREERS IN PLANT AND SOIL SCIENCE.
National FFA Organization -The largest youth organization in the world -540,000 students currently in ag programs -all 50 states plus Puerto Rico, V.I.
The FFA. STUDENT LEARNING OBJECTIVES. 1. Explain the purpose and the History of the FFA 2. Explain how the FFA is organized 3. Describe the activities.
Introduction to SAE. Objective 6.01 Apply employability skills in work-based learning and career planning activities in order to understand the needs.
Welcome! The Topic For Today Is…. Your Topic School Policies/Class Policies FFA EmblemFFA/ActivitiesAgriculture/Cu rrent Events SAEs
Survey of Agricultural Systems SAE Supervised Agricultural Experience.
Understand importance of SAE to work based learning Objective 2.02.
What in the World is SAE ?. SAE Info SAE stands for Supervised Agricultural Experience SAE is your major project for this class. It counts for 30% of.
SAEP Mr. Ham. Objectives Define supervised Agricultural Experience Program List examples of projects students may have as SAEP Explain the purpose.
FFA Knowledge Jeopardy Jeopardy With your host, Mr. C “Intro To FFA”
Christine White, Education Division Director Rebecca Carter, SAE Education Specialist.
FFA…… What’s in it for Me? Mr. Jacobsen. What Can I Get out of FFA? Fun Money Travel Friends Awards.
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