Credit Courses for 2022

FLP X - Game Changers beginning May 4 - 1 CREDIT ONLINE CLASS 

Life is a game - and agriculture is the point system. We can feed the need of the world and learn how to help others along the way. This course will give teachers tools to apply National Ag Matrix STEAM lessons, Food, Land, and People (FLP) STEAM lessons, and 4-H Game Changers curriculum to make connections between daily curriculum and agriculture. Participants will learn effective strategies for integrating agriculture into various curriculum areas.

The course will begin with a Zoom on May 4th from 4 PM to 6 PM.  Subsequent Zoom sessions will feature outstanding educators who will demonstrate "Game Changer" ideas/lessons with participants.  Zoom dates/times will be set with class input.  Class completion on June 17th.

FLP 2022 Summer Ag Institute June 22-23 In-Person Class Fargo - 1 CREDIT CLASS

This course “wrote the book” on Ag Literacy and community connections. The Summer Ag Institute is designed to provide educators with professional development training in agricultural literacy through workshops and hands-on demonstrations. This course will utilize the elementary level workshops/concepts with additional lessons and resources from the National Agricultural Literacy Curriculum Matrix. 

We are excited to share a new opportunity with you, as you will receive $$ to shop for classroom resources to enhance lessons and save you time! We will also have a "rummage sale" of resources on site.  Here are some of the resources that you will have to choose from:  Ag Classroom Store and Educational Resources

FLP I - Introduction to Food, Land & People  August 1st-2nd In-Person Class Fargo- 1 CREDIT CLASS

Our students are ready to learn how the world works - and how to take care of it. Food, Land, and People gives them the opportunity to learn. And gives educators the means to give dynamic instruction in an easy, hands-on and fun way to learn how to make a difference. This course is designed to provide meaningful activities, instructional strategies, materials, and research to enhance the teaching skills of PreK-12th grade educators in subjects related to food, land and people.

FLP 2022 Harvest for the Future August 4th-5th In-Person Class Fargo- 1 CREDIT CLASS

Come learn how the world is changing and how to help your students be ready to change and grow along with it! Learn how to solve the problem of world hunger and other social issues. This course is designed to provide educators with professional development training in agricultural literacy through workshops and demonstrations. This course will utilize the elementary level workshops/concepts with additional lessons and resources from the National Agricultural Literacy Curriculum Matrix

For more info and to register, visit the NDSU Distance and Continuing Education Website 

For the May 4th - June 17th online credit workshop:  Click Here

For the June 22nd-23rd Summer Ag Institute Fargo In-person credit workshop: Click Here

For the August 1st-2nd Introduction to FLP Fargo In-person credit workshop: Click Here

For the August 4th-5th NEW Harvest for the Future Fargo In-person credit workshop: Click Here

 For more complete course descriptions and syllabus - click here

 

Register your School or Classroom for Breakout Activity

Join your students as you discover our world of mystery and intrigue! We will bring our breakout boxes to demonstrate how educators can use the escape room phenomena to engage students in their learning. Participants will be racing against the clock to “break out” as they and their teammates collaborate, communicate, and problem solve using their collective skills to propel them to success. We will offer resources and tips to help educators get started with using or designing breakout games for their learning community. Click here to indicate interest in having us come to your school.

                

In-Service Workshops for your School

Are you looking for a fun and engaging in-service for your educators? We will come to your school and provide a variety of options for credit classes, suitable for K-12. The classes are supported by grant dollars and are offered at no cost to your school. The only cost for the educators is a $50 credit recording fee payable to NDSU. These can be scheduled by administrators for the entire school staff or per request by teachers.  Click here to indicate interest in having us come to your school for an in-service course.

 

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