If you’ve ever had an Ag class, you can probably recall how much fun it was and all the fantastic knowledge you gained in that class. Or maybe you never took an Ag class but remember seeing those Ag students out working with plants or animals, practicing public speaking, and maybe you even saw them wearing those blue corduroy jackets. Well those Ag classes were taught by hard working Ag teachers that wear many hats throughout their career. Today we are going to talk to one of those Ag teachers, who is now educating the next generation of Ag Education students. Dr Eric Rubenstein is an assistant professor at the University of Georgia's College of Agricultural Leadership, Education, and Communication. In today's episode, Dr Rubenstein will discuss his experiences teaching middle, high school and college agriculture education students, experiential learning, and some growing trends in the Ag Ed world.
UGA Ag Ed - http://alec.caes.uga.edu/