Murray agriculture education instructor receives national certification
MURRAY — The Murray Community School agriculture program has received a national certification from the Curriculum for Agricultural Science Education (CASE) Institute. Susannah Miller, agriculture education instructor at Murray Community Schools, attended training for the introduction to agriculture, food and natural resources institute held June 10-21 in Ankeny.
The CASE Institute provided the foundational component of teacher preparation that is necessary to ensure an instructors readiness to deliver CASE curricula to students. The CASE Institute also provides a collaborative setting where teachers are immersed in content specific, project based instruction. The major purpose of the introduction to agriculture, food and natural resources is to introduce students to the world of agriculture around them, the career pathways they may pursue and the science, math, reading and writing concepts they will encounter in additional CASE courses.
Murray will use this curriculum for the first-year agriculture students. This course leads directly into the second-year agriculture course work, which is CASE-Plant. Miller received the CASE-Plant certification last summer.
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