Tuesday, December 5, 2017

#psuaged18 Final Presentations Schedule

What an exciting time of the year! As the fall semester winds down and comes to an end, it's time for the final presentations from our outstanding #psuaged18 members! 
You're welcome to join in watch their presentations via Zoom connection as they show what they learned through their past three and a half years at Penn State!

Our 11 members of #psuaged18 standing at the Nittany Lion Shrine.
What are the presentations about?
The presentations are meant to be a holistic overview of total preparation expiring, but they also represent the final for the following 13 credits of courses:
·        AEE 295 (3) – Early Field Experiences in Agricultural Education
·        AEE 350 (3) – Teaching Methods in Agricultural Education Laboratories
·        AEE 412 (4) – Teaching Methods in Agricultural and Environmental Sciences
·        AEE 413 (3) – Program Planning in Agricultural Education
Each candidate is allocated 1 hour. Of that one hour, 30 minutes is provided for public presentation and the 30 minutes is utilized for individual consultation/discussion with the agricultural teacher education panel. Time will be provided for questions and answers as part of the public presentation. Questions are accepted from both the face-to-face audience as well as the virtual audience.

The candidates have been asked to answer the following three essential questions as part of their public presentation:

Question I – Who do I aspire to be as a teacher? 

Description: The teacher candidate will present an overview of the type of teacher they aspire to be. Teacher candidate will share their fundamental beliefs and philosophy as well as evidencing their comprehension and integration of a total agricultural education program.

Question II – What experiential education opportunities have I engaged in to become a better agricultural educator?

Description: The teacher candidate will present relative coursework, internships, study abroad experiences, and life experiences that helped prepare them to be an agricultural educator. The key for the candidate to draw the connections from the experiences to how it will help them succeed in the agricultural education profession.

Question III- How am I prepared to maximize my student teaching internship opportunity?
Description The teacher candidate will show evidence of planning completed to be prepared to best serve the secondary students of the cooperating center.


#psuaged18 Final Presentation Schedule

Wednesday, December 13th

9:00am         Rose Cowan, @Cowan_Rosalind

Professional Blog: Grace & Growth 
Internship Location:            Penn Manor HS (Millersville, PA);
Cooperating Teacher:          Neil Fellenbaum, @NeilFell
Zoom Connection:              https://psu.zoom.us/j/406185396 [+1 669 900 6833 (US Toll); Meeting ID: 406 185 396]

10:15am       Angela Becker, @BeckerAngelaM

Professional Blog: Inches to Acres: Teaching to Grow 
Internship Location:            Manheim Central HS (Manheim, PA);
Cooperating Teacher:          Deb Seibert
Zoom Connection:              https://psu.zoom.us/j/278828215 [+1 646 876 9923 (US Toll)Meeting ID: 278 828 215]

11:30am       Karlie Wright, @Wright_KarlieM

Professional Blog: Karlie Writes
Internship Location:            Fort Cherry HS (McDonald, PA);
Cooperating Teacher:         Jodie Hoover, @HGParkinsonFFA
Zoom Connection:              https://psu.zoom.us/j/294109116 [+1 669 900 6833 (US Toll); Meeting ID: 294 109 116]

1:15pm         Macy Fisher, @Macy_Fisher

Professional Blog: Macy's Moments
Internship Location:            Selinsgrove HS (Selinsgrove, PA);
Cooperating Teacher:          Valerie Fry, @ValSFry
Zoom Connection:               https://psu.zoom.us/j/603171146 [+1 408 638 0968 (US Toll); Meeting ID: 603 171 146]

2:30pm         Allyson Balmer, @Allyson_Balmer

Professional Blog: The Agrication Station
Internship Location:            Tri-Valley HS (Hegins, PA);
Cooperating Teacher:         Gretchen Dingman
Zoom Connection:              https://psu.zoom.us/j/733802451[+1 669 900 6833 (US Toll); Meeting ID: 733 802 451]

3:45pm         Michala Kuhlman, @Kuhlman_M40

Internship Location:           Central Columbia HS (Danville, PA);
Cooperating Teacher:         Curt Turner
Zoom Connection:             https://psu.zoom.us/j/350629115 [+1 408 638 0968 (US Toll); Meeting ID: 350 629 115]


Thursday, December 14th

9:00am         Heather Wasson, @heatwasson

Professional Blog:  From the Plow to the Owl
Internship Location:            Cowanesque Valley HS (Westfield, PA);
Cooperating Teacher:          Marty Heyler
Zoom Connection:              https://psu.zoom.us/j/979627927 [+1 646 876 9923 (US Toll); Meeting ID: 979 627 927]

10:15am       Halee Wasson, @Wasson_Halee

Professional Blog:  Rooted in Agriculture
Internship Location:             Derry Area HS (Derry, PA);
Cooperating Teacher:           Roy Campbell
Zoom Connection:               https://psu.zoom.us/j/497123380 [+1 646 876 9923 (US Toll); Meeting ID: 497 123 380]

11:30am       Katie Smith, @KatieLady1995

Internship Location:            Northwest HS (Shickshinny, PA);
Cooperating Teacher:          Anthony Honeycutt, @thehoneyowl
Zoom Connection:              https://psu.zoom.us/j/434509673 [+1 408 638 0968 (US Toll); Meeting ID: 434 509 673]

1:15pm         Cheyenne Myers, @MyersCheyenneN

Professional Blog: Galloping Into Ag Ed
Internship Location:            Kennard Dale HS (Fawn Grove, PA);
Cooperating Teacher:          Abigail Cornett, @AbigailSSmith
Zoom Connection:              https://psu.zoom.us/j/189541741   [+1 646 876 9923 (US Toll); Meeting ID: 189 541 741]

3:45pm         George Dietrich, @TheGeorge4H

Internship Location:            Cumberland Valley HS (Mechanicsburg, PA);
Cooperating Teacher:          Darla Romberger, @DJR_131
Zoom Connection:              https://psu.zoom.us/j/864454949 [+1 408 638 0968 (US Toll); Meeting ID: 864 454 949]







Hunter Kauffman, Student Blogger
Wildlife and Fisheries Science
College of Agricultural Sciences
Email: hlk5120@psu.edu
Instagram: kauffman_hunter