- 1 What is an example of a placement SAE?
- 2 What are the 5 types of SAE?
- 3 What are the 3 types of SAE?
- 4 What are the 6 types of a SAE program?
- 5 What are the benefits of having an SAE?
- 6 What skills are required for an SAE?
- 7 What are the 7 types of SAE?
- 8 What are the steps in deciding an SAE?
- 9 What is my SAE?
- 10 What is a placement SAE?
- 11 What are some good SAE projects?
- 12 What SAE allows you to complete a short term job?
- 13 What is a LDE?
- 14 How can an SAE program help you develop new skills?
- 15 What do exploratory SAE projects require?
What is an example of a placement SAE?
Examples of placement SAE include: working after school at a farm supply store, placement in a florist shop, working on Saturdays at a riding stable, working in the school greenhouse after school and on weekends and holidays or placement on a general livestock farm.
What are the 5 types of SAE?
There are five Immersion SAE types that build upon the Foundational SAE component in a real-world application:
- Placement/Internship SAE.
- Ownership/Entrepreneurship SAE.
- Research: Experimental, Analysis or Invention SAE.
- School-Based Enterprise SAE.
- Service-Learning SAE.
What are the 3 types of SAE?
The four types of SAE programs are exploratory, entrepreneurship, placement, and research/experimentation.
What are the 6 types of a SAE program?
To further define the types of SAE programs available to and appropriate for students of school-based agricultural education, refer to the following examples:
- School-Based Enterprise.
What are the benefits of having an SAE?
Some important purposes and benefits of SAE programs include:
- Assisting in making career and educational decisions.
- Providing an opportunity for students to explore various agricultural subjects.
- Developing self -confidence.
- Providing educational and agricultural experiences in a specialized area of agriculture.
What skills are required for an SAE?
- Career Exploration.
- Employability Skills & College Readiness.
- Personal Financial Management.
- Workplace Safety.
- Agricultural Literacy Immersion SAEs (traditional SAEs) are developed here.
What are the 7 types of SAE?
Types of SAE
- Agriscience Research.
- Agricultural Service Learning.
- Directed School Laboratory.
What are the steps in deciding an SAE?
Steps in planning an SAE program are:
- Identify career interest in agriculture.
- Review the job responsibilities of career interest areas.
- Complete the SAE program resource inventory.
- Identify any SAE programs of interest.
What is my SAE?
Supervised Agricultural Experience ( SAE ) is a student-led, instructor-supervised, work- based learning experience that results in measurable outcomes within a predefined, agreed upon set of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources (AFNR) Technical Standards and Career Ready Practices aligned to your Career Plan of study
What is a placement SAE?
Placement SAE programs involve the placement of students on farms, in agribusinesses, in school facilities or in community facilities to provide a learning by doing environment. The activities are conducted outside of normal classroom hours and may be paid or non-paid.
What are some good SAE projects?
Organize and/or run a petting zoo at local fairs or farmers’ markets. Provide a kennel cleaning service. Provide equine training services. Provide fishing and hiking services for area youth groups and elementary students.
What SAE allows you to complete a short term job?
There are several types of SAE but the type that allows you to complete a short term job in a different area than your primary SAE is the Supplementary SAE and is usually totally different and unrelated to the main SAE.
What is a LDE?
Participants in the National FFA Employment Skills Leadership Development Event ( LDE ) get a leg up on their future careers by developing the skills needed to seek employment in the industry of agriculture.
How can an SAE program help you develop new skills?
SAEs will help you: explore careers, refine your career choice, meet real-world career expectations and develop specific skills to be successful in the agricultural industry. SAEs enhance your school experience, allowing you to apply what you learn in the classroom in a real-world setting.
What do exploratory SAE projects require?
Exploratory SAEs. Foundational SAEs (formerly Exploratory SAEs) require time invested in a learning experience. You will learn through exploring new skills or experiences.