Educator’s Ag Institute returns to Penn State this June. Teachers will gain hands-on experience on how to teach agricultural concepts in their classroom.
Ever wonder on how to teach agriculture? This year’s Educator’s Ag Institute (https://pfbfriends.com/educators-ag-institute/) provides a unique learning experience for PreK-12th grade formal educators, pre-service teachers and informal community educators.
This conference will provide attendees with an increased knowledge of agriculture, first-hand experiences with field trips to local farms and meeting with industry experts and lesson plans and activities that can be applied in the classroom.
This year’s conference will begin on June 26, concluding on June 30 in State College, Pennsylvania.
The Institute provides educational tours at Penn State University as well as local family-run farms where you will learn valuable information from those involved in agriculture including farmers, university professors and agricultural leaders.
The full schedule is posted at the foundation’s website (https://pfbfriends.com/educators-ag-institute/).
The registration fee includes lodging, meals and educational resources provided to the teachers. Teachers only pay $100 for the week thanks to the generous support of foundation sponsors. Click here to register.
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