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This comprehensive new text welcomes today's learners to the diverse and exciting world of agriscience and prepares them for more advanced courses. Written by leaders in agriculture education, Principles of Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources provides a fresh, visual, and highly applied introduction to the systems and concepts that define modern agriculture, including food systems and natural resources. Reading and critical thinking skills are developed by several features in each lesson, including “Before You Read,” “Analyze and Apply,” and “Thinking Critically.” All of these challenge learners to research topics in depth and to apply what they have learned.
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Dr. John Rayfield is an Associate Professor in the Agricultural Leadership, Education, and Communications Department at Texas A&M University. Dr. Rayfield worked as a county extension agent for three years and as an agricultural education teacher for eight years in southwest Georgia. Dr. Rayfield is actively involved in livestock showing and judging. He serves as superintendent for the National FFA Livestock Career Development Event and judges junior and open livestock shows across the United States.
Kasee Smith is a Graduate Teaching Assistant and PhD Candidate at Texas A&M University, where she instructs courses in agricultural education and assists in the coordination of student teaching for the Department of Agricultural Leadership, Education, and Communications. Ms. Smith taught high school agriculture in Spanish Fork, Utah, for eleven years. Ms. Smith anticipates using her passion for agricultural education to instruct courses on a post-secondary level after the completion of her degree in May 2016.
Dr. Travis Park is an Associate Professor at North Carolina State University, where he instructs the teaching methods course and coordinates student teaching. He also co-leads Developing Educational Leaders and Teachers of Agriculture (DELTA). Dr. Park taught agriculture at Tri-County High School in Wolcott, Indiana, for 5.5 years. Before joining the North Carolina State faculty, Dr. Park directed the teacher education program at Cornell and coordinated the Agricultural Outreach and Education program.
Dr. Barry Croom is a professor and department head for Agricultural Education and Agricultural Sciences at Oregon State University. Prior to becoming a teacher educator, he was a high school agriculture teacher in Eastern North Carolina for nine years and later served as the State FFA Coordinator for the North Carolina FFA Association. He taught courses in teacher education at North Carolina State University for 15 years before moving to Oregon State University.
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Book Description Goodheart-Willcox, 2015. Hardcover. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P111631262351
Book Description Goodheart-Willcox, 2015. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1631262351