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AgEd Student Teacher Information

AgEd Student Teacher Information

 

Oklahoma State University has a rich heritage in developing excellent agricultural education teachers. Currently, the agricultural education program at OSU is among the nation's leaders in certifying men and women to teach agriculture to high school students.

The program conducts student teaching blocks during the fall and spring semesters each year. The block consists of one week of orientation on campus followed by fifteen weeks of student teaching field experience in an approved student teaching center.

While at the local schools, student teachers are to gain experience in classroom and laboratory instruction, supervising students' agricultural experiences, and advising the student leadership development organization - FFA. Faculty members make two on-site supervisory visits and student teachers return to campus twice during the field experience. For more information about the student teaching program in agricultural education, please contact Dr. Jon Ramsey, Director of Student Teaching, 466 Agriculture Hall, Stillwater, OK 74078, 405-744-4260.



Jacob Adkinson
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Lacey Brooks
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Kaylea Buie
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Brooke Griggeory
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Devon McLeod
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Courtney Miller
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Heather Sayre
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Christopher Vierck
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Jason Wetzler
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Brent Williams
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Previous Student Teaching Cohorts

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Online Teaching Tools

  • www.livebinders.com - an online tool for collecting and organizing resources. (Account Required)
  • www.prezi.com - an online presentation tool that can be used as an alternative to PowerPoint. (Account Required)
  • www.linoit.com - an online forum that utilizes sticky notes to post ideas and communicate with other participants. (Account Required)
  • www.savetube.com - an online tool that allows the user to save YouTube videos as MP4 files.

Priority Academic Student Skills (PASS)
Crosswalked with Agricultural Education Curriculum