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  1. Types of SAEs Ms. Morris

  2. An SAE is… • Supervised Agricultural Experience • Cognitive approach (purpose is to learn) • Hands on learning experience • Students learn, practice, expand, and enhance the agricultural and natural resources skills

  3. Me, my SAE, & my FFA Chapter • Necessary to advance in the FFA program • Necessary to obtain most of your degrees • Needed to be • National FFA officer • State FFA officer • Helps with proficiency awards and money at many different FFA levels

  4. My SAE and my Life • Allows the opportunity to learn new skills and make money • Teaches responsibility and management skills • Prepares you to own a business and improves decision making skills

  5. Types of SAEs • Entrepreneurship • Exploratory • Placement • Research • Experimental • Non-Experimental • Improvement • Supplemental

  6. Entrepreneurship • “In charge” of almost anything • Plans and operates an enterprise relating to agriculture and natural resources • Owns all the materials • Keeps fiscal records • Assumes all of the financial risks concerned with their SAE • Major SAE that takes TIME

  7. Entrepreneurship SAE Examples • Owning and operating a lawn care business • Owning and operating a hen house & selling the eggs • Raising a crop of roses for local florist • Growing an acre (or more) of corn, wheat, soy, etc. • Owning and operating a small community greenhouse

  8. Exploratory • Research based • Primarily for beginners • Designed for students to better understand agriculture and become aware of careers in the agriculture industry

  9. Exploratory SAE Examples • Assisting on a livestock farm for a week • Observing a veterinarian at work • Take an agriculture class in high school or at a local college • Interview an agriscience teacher about their experiences in agriculture • Attend an FFA National Convention’s Job Fair

  10. Placement • “Placed” in a variety of situations • Creates a “learning by doing” environment • Like job shadowing • Similar to Exploratory, but more in depth

  11. Placement SAE Examples • Working on a livestock/crop farm • Interning at a local agribusiness • Being placed at an outdoors recreation park/camping grounds • Caring for the plants in the local greenhouse

  12. Experimental Research • Research based learning • Plan and carry out a major experiment in agriculture an natural resources using the scientific method • Allows for “hands-on” in: • Learning new knowledge • Using the scientific method • Showing scientific ideals in agriculture

  13. Experimental SAE Examples • Analyzing the effectiveness of different fertilizers on plant growth • Comparing three different plant foods on plant development • Determining which of three weed controls are most effective • Determining what diet for a calf will result in the best growth and optimum strength

  14. Non-Experimental Research • Select a problem in the agriculture community that does not require experimentation • Make plans to investigate the problem to find a solution • Must research data from many sources and then present some sort of a finished product

  15. Non-Experimental SAE Examples • An area-use plan for the school greenhouse • Working out an advertising campaign for the county fair • Forming a recycling plan for your community

  16. Improvement • Purpose is to improve the value and/or appearance of • Workplace • School • Home • Community • Increase the efficiency of a business or the condition of the home life • Cannot be done in one day due to the number of steps it takes to complete the project

  17. Improvement SAE Examples • Building a school or community greenhouse • Landscaping a community center • Overhauling a tractor or lawn mower • Rebuilding a car or truck to run on ethanol • Reorganizing a garage • Building and whitewashing a fence

  18. Supplementary • Always accomplished in one day • Requires very few steps • Perform one specific agriculture skill at a time outside of class • Skill is not a major S.A.E. • Involves practical learning • Contributes to the development of agricultural skills and knowledge

  19. Supplementary SAE Examples • Mowing the lawn of neighbors • Artificial inseminating a cow • Pruning a tree or bush • Planting a tree • Picking vegetables from a garden

  20. Questions???

  21. Part of the FFA motto is “learning by doing”, so let’s go DO!!!