Ag Educator Professional Opportunities

Opportunities for teachers to gain new ideas, skills and curriculum.

Agriculture Education Teacher Openings

Ag Ed openings in Minnesota  

 


Farm Safety Resources

Minnesota Farm Safety Group is sharing new ways to educate Minnesotans about farm safety through a Facebook video series. Each day at 11 am Minnesota Farm Safety will post video on farm safety on their Facebook page. To watch these videos can be found on their Facebook page or on their YouTube page, or just follow the links below.

Minnesota Farm Safety Video series – Facebook
Minnesota Farm Safety Video series- YouTube

 


Professional Development Funding

Looking to request funding for Faculty Professional Development? Fill out and submit a request form today.

*The funding support requested from AgCentric must align with the purpose and mission of building career pathways within the agricultural industry.

Professional Development Request Form


Case Institute

Curriculum for Agricultural Science Education. CASE Institutes are intense professional development sessions about Agricultural Sciences.  These sessions are available to educators, especially science and agriculture, and provides free updates to agriculture curriculum in the classroom.

There will not be any CASE Institutes hosted in Minnesota in 2020. All CASE Institutes have been cancelled through June 30, 2020.

For more information and to register please visit case4learning.org. Don’t miss out on these wonderful opportunities!


Organic Resources for Educators

Discover the Organic Resource Guide, a toolbox of educational materials geared toward high school and middle school students. Topics include an introduction to Organic Farming, Sustainability, Animal Care, and more!

Visit Website


Energy Education for Educators (E3)

These workshops will include: classroom presentations, curriculum, hands on demonstrations, lab kits and industry tours, the opportunity to book the Energy Trailer for your school. Registration information and workshop details to come at a later date. For additional information contact Rose Patzer at rose.patzer@mnwest.edu or Bruce Peterson at bruce.peterson@mnwest.edu.