Dr. Amber Rice and Jim Kaltenbach representing Arizona Ag Ed at the CASE LTO in Minneapolis, MN. The Curriculum for Agricultural Science Education (CASE) Lead Teacher Orientation (LTO) prepared instructors for delivery of the CASE Curriculum at the 22 CASE Institutes scheduled this summer. #case4learning #teachag
As Agriculture Educators in Arizona, we believe strongly in the relationships that we build with our students, colleagues, communities, and industry personnel.
It is imperative in this day and age to form strong and long-lasting relationships and members of the AATA are prime examples of such practices.
Relationships, Rigor, Relevance
We are agricultural educators. The most important word here being educator. It is our duty to educate our students in many ways.
Agriculture is our tool. We see it necessary to teach our students beyond the realm of just agriculture education but instill in them life lessons, leadership abilities, and a great work ethic!
Melissa Veo, Jadee Rohner, Dennis Bushong, and Brian Fuller take a moment out of their busy schedule at the NAAE Region 1 Conference to snap a quick picture. The conference is in Sheridan, WY this year. During the conference, attendees will attend workshops, committee meetings, and participate in agribusiness tours. Keep checking back for more pictures throughout the conference.
In a fast-moving world of agriculture and technology, we find it crucial to provide our students with up-to-date technologies, techniques and tactics in their educational experiences.
Being relevant in a world where technology changes daily, allows us to prepare the industry with high quality workers.
Board Member Application still open!
Applications for the AATA Board are still being accepted. Get your application in before May 30th!
The Arizona Agriculture Teachers Association is an organization that provides leadership and professional development opportunities for Arizona Agricultural Educators. We are a diverse group of individuals who pride themselves on their passion, dedication, and family-like inclusion.
The Arizona Agriculture Teachers Association is dedicated to making a positive difference in the lives of agriculture students by instilling in them a passion for agriculture and learning. It is through the commitment and dedication of the Arizona Agriculture teachers that we are able to enjoy such an outstanding program as the National FFA Organization in classrooms across the state and see continual growth in the Arizona FFA members through their achievements. Without their support, long hours of dedication, and unmatched commitment to excellence the Arizona Agriculture curriculum and Arizona FFA would not be at the level it is today.
Nominate a student for the J.R. Cullison Award!
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Arizona Ag Teachers Attend National Agricultural Education and FFA Inservice
Dr. Rice, Bethany Masters, Dalton Delia, Bruce Watkins and Dennis Bushong were able to attend the conference and learn valuable updates in our community and organization.
AATA Members Attend NAAE Region 1 Conference
Melissa Veo, Jadee Rohner, Brian Fuller, and Dennis Bushong represent Arizona and the AATA at the NAAE region 1 Conference in Sheridan, Wyoming.
Students Compete at Spring Conference
Over 1,000 students from across the state recently competed during the Arizona FFA State Spring Conference at the University of Arizona.
When working with students and colleagues to provide high quality education in the agriculture industry, we make it a point to be very meticulous in our work.
Agriculture Educators in Arizona provide students with top-quality instruction and in-lab content to prepare them for success beyond high school.
Arizona Agriculture Teachers, including professors from the University of Arizona, attend a CASE Training over the summer. Implementing CASE Curriculum in Agriculture classes state-wide has been a huge success.
AATA Members Attend CASE Training
Members attend a CASE Training over the summer. CASE Curriculum is spreading across Arizona!