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ANS 9.00 2002 SAE-Supervised Agricultural Experience. 1. Related to Instruction 2. Beyond school time (out of class) 3. Your career interest. Steps in SAE Program. 1. Determine career interest 2. List of your goals 3. List of your resources 4. Do a resume

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ANS 9.00 2002SAE-Supervised Agricultural Experience

  • 1. Related to Instruction

  • 2. Beyond school time (out of class)

  • 3. Your career interest

Steps in SAE Program

  • 1. Determine career interest

  • 2. List of your goals

  • 3. List of your resources

  • 4. Do a resume

  • 5. List of exploratory experiences

  • 6. Educational requirements

Who is involved in SAE?

  • 1. Student

  • 2. Parents

  • 3. Teacher

  • 4. Employer(if working somewhere)

Types of SAE

  • Exploratory-helps students learn about agr. And become aware of possible agr. Careers through short times spent observing, shadowing or helping. They may attend a career day, interview a veterinarian or assist a horse owner.

  • Entrepreneurship (Ownership)- =Planning, implementing, operating and assuming financial risks in an agr. Business or farming activity such as raising hogs or operating a farm supply store.

  • Placement- placing students in jobs outside of regular classroom hours that may be paid or unpaid work such as working at a farm supply store or on a poultry farm.

  • Analytical- identify an agricultureal problem that cannot be solved by experiments and design a plan to investiage and analyze the problem such as a marketing display.

  • Experimental- planning and conducting an agr. Experiment using the scientific process or scientific method such as comparing different levels of proteins on animal growth.

  • Improvement- a series of activities that improves the value or appearance of the place or employment, schools, home, or community: The efficiency of a business or an enterprise: or the living conditions of the family. Examples include building a fence, computerizing records, remodeling a building or repairing equipment

Other SAE information

  • Student has the ultimate responsible for a successful SAE

  • SAE program must be well planned to be successful

  • The student, teacher, parent and employer should help plan the SAE and evaluate it.

  • SAE should be a continous effect to expand or add other enterprises

SAE Other

  • You need a record book or system

  • Success involves a plan, records, and visits by the teacher.

  • Weekly entries should be done

  • You can have as many SAE’s that you want

Entries in Record Books

  • Enterprise- type of enterprise, amount bought or sold, expenses, income, efficiency factors etc

  • Experimental-review of literature, hypothesis, data log, findings, recommendations etc.

  • Analytical- title of activity, indentification of problems, background information, steps to solve problem, project log of what was done, results, and recommendations.

  • Placement- training agreement signed by students, teacher, employer and parent or guardian stating which each will do, record of work, hours, and compensation.

  • Exploratory- date, activity, observation and comments, hours

  • Improvement- date started, date completed, improvement activity and steps or tasks involved in the project, hours, costs

  • Supplementary- date, supplementary activities and comments, hours.

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