Monday, June 12, 2017

Core Values of @TeachAgPSU

Our inspirational task is diligently focus on cultivating, inspiring, coaching, developing and mentoring generations of IMPACTFUL agriscience teachers.

At a recent @TeachAGPSU Purpose Session when exploring our "WHY" [See Video Below], our agricultural teacher education faculty (Dr. John Ewing, @jce122; Dr. Kevin Curry, @KevinWCurry; Dr. Laura Rice, @LauraSankeyRice; and Dr. Daniel Foster, @FosterDanielD) articulated the Vision, Mission and top 10 core values of the @TeachAgPSU Agricultural Teacher Preparation Program. 

 

With a team effort (like our great students who share the @TeachAgPSU Family Creed here), we are confident that we be a part of the solution for schools and communities across the world.

Vision: 

To develop digitally-literate, globally minded 21st century positive agents of change for agricultural education.

Mission: 

@TeachAgPSU develops agriscience teachers who are prepared to teach where learners are in need. 

Core Values of the
PSU Agriscience Teacher Preparation Program

The Penn State Agriscience Teacher Education Program cultivates and values agriscience teachers who are:

I. Philosophically sound in career technical education principles and the three component model of agricultural education including applied STEM classroom instruction, work-based learning (Supervised Agricultural Experience), and the leadership laboratory of youth organizations (FFA) 

II. Inclusive of ALL students and value diversity in their classrooms. 

III. Skilled in technical agricultural science content knowledge.

IV. Prepared to utilize effective pedagogical methods to successfully plan, implement, and assess agriscience instruction to impact student learning.

V. Reflective practitioners devoted to lifelong learning.

VI. Servant-leaders in the classroom, school, and community.

VII. Committed to the engagement of external stakeholders in a purposeful, systematic process for enhanced student, school, and community success.

VIII. Committed, life-long members of a professional learning community prepared to integrate cross-curricular learning opportunities.

IX. Dedicated to academic proficiency while prioritizing the scholastic growth of all students.

X. Digitally-literate, connected educators who are progressive in adopting appropriate technologies to advance professional growth and student learning.

We welcome your comments and thoughts on our reflective process! Thank you for sharing.

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