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Supervised Agricultural Experience

Supervised Agricultural Experience. Original by Cara Hutchins Modified by Georgia Agricultural Education Curriculum Office – June 2002. Supervised Agriculture Experience (SAE). Unit A Based on the Indiana State Standards for SAE. Objectives.

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Supervised Agricultural Experience

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  1. Supervised Agricultural Experience Original by Cara Hutchins Modified by Georgia Agricultural Education Curriculum Office – June 2002 SAE Unit A

  2. Supervised Agriculture Experience (SAE) Unit A Based on the Indiana State Standards for SAE SAE Unit A

  3. Objectives • Duty A: Determine the importance of a SAE Program and the benefits that can be obtained. • Task 1 Describe SAE • Task 2 Indicate reasons for having a SAE program. • Task 3 Describe the benefits of a good SAE • Task 4 Identify the criteria which must be met to qualify as an SAE program. SAE Unit A

  4. Task 5 Evaluate the characteristics of a good SAE program • Task 6 Determine the relationship of SAE programs to the total agriculture program. SAE Unit A

  5. What is SAE? • Supervised Agricultural Experience (SAE) Programs consist of planned practical activities conducted outside of class time in which students develop and apply agricultural knowledge and skills. SAE Unit A

  6. Why have an SAE Program? • Completes a total agriculture education program • Gives work experience • Allows for hands on learning • Learn proper record keeping • Develop career skills • Build responsibility • Chance for awards and recognition SAE Unit A

  7. How can you benefit from a good SAE Program? • Read Best Practices examples and complete worksheet. SAE Unit A

  8. Graphic is from http://www.cals.ncsu.edu/agexed/sae/strength.html SAE Unit A

  9. Qualifications for SAE Programs • Investigation • Looking into possible SAE ideas • Planning • deciding what to do and setting goals • Coordination • communicating with advisor, employer, and parents SAE Unit A

  10. Record keeping • tracking achievements over time • Improvement Activities • improving your work site, home, or community • Supplementary Activities • agriculture skills developed outside the work place SAE Unit A

  11. What makes a good SAE program? • Interest to you • Builds career skills • Careful record keeping • Variety through supplemental and improvement projects • Builds off of knowledge gained in the classroom • Enjoyable SAE Unit A

  12. SAE FFA Classroom/ Lab How Does SAE Fit in a Total Agriculture Education Program? SAE Unit A

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