they can be. As every student’s learning is extremely important to me, I believe in providing an engaging and welcoming learning environment which students truly enjoy. This will always be a safe and positive environment for all students. My teaching strategies include elements of clarity, variability, enthusiasm, and opportunities to learn and discover. These are essential components I possess and will continually work to improve as an educator. As an agricultural teacher, I find it imperative to
chapel service. Georgia FFA state officers, Cain and Filipe, spoke about the endless possibilities one could enjoy while in an organization called FFA. These state officers spoke with confidence and excitement as they talked about agriculture playing a vital role in the lives of students. One major concept they spoke about was how in order to be in FFA one has to be enrolled in an agriculture education course. The following year Athens Christian School had a new agriculture education program with Mrs.
Service learning, like apprenticeship and school-to-work, contextualizes student learning. It provides an environment in which students can acquire organizational, team, problem-solving, and other skills, attitudes, and capabilities necessary for future work and learning. This ERIC Digest looks at service learning: what it is and how it supports vocational and career development outcomes. A Complement to School-to-Work and Other Federal Initiatives Service learning is a work-based learning experience