The following eight lessons and corresponding PowerPoint presentations are developed to engage students and participate in SAEs. These lessons are written with a broad definition of CAS in mind. Check and modify if necessary to meet the SAE philosophy in your program. These examples are not intended to show how to earn rewards, but how to communicate through CAS programs, goals and outcomes, especially to those who are not in agricultural education and the FFA. The term „supervised agricultural experience“ strongly implies that this activity must be controlled. Monitoring is normally (but not always) provided by the agricultural teacher. Lessons learned from the LifeKnowledge initiative® FFA and links to CAS lessons on the Internet at the time of the manual`s publication are also included. The whole of agricultural education is enriched by the provision of several quality resources to its teachers. Classroom instruction is a critical step in ensuring that all students are made up for awareness and initial planning of CAS programs. This is all the more true because the ag`s education programs serve more students who do not pursue a traditional career of several years in agricultural training. The combination of SAE programs in the academic assessment of student achievement in agricultural education can be a challenge and, with today`s emphasis on test standards and quality, assessment tools are needed.
Use these tools for your program or as starter blocks to create your own. Also included is a summary of research between SAE programs and students to use successfully as a reference when the problem is discussed with parents and administrators. Watch different videos that allow students to see different types of SAEs and participation in each SAE-SAE. It is important to document CAS programs and help students keep specific records. Supervised Agricultural Experience (SAE) is an important activity for student success and an essential part of an agricultural training program. We have resources to help teachers teach through CAS. Below are examples of high-quality, completed forms for agricultural teachers and FFA counsellors that provide students with examples of quality work for classroom and FFA activities. These examples are not intended to show how to earn rewards, but how to communicate effectively through SAE programs, goals and outcomes, especially those outside of agricultural education and the FFA.