Month: February 2016

A Blog for CTE Teachers

iCEV Educator Spotlight – Courtney Halfacre

Courtney Halfacre’s high school agriculture teacher inspired her to pursue teaching because of his love and passion for FFA and for teaching students. She loves teaching agriculture because every day is different. “It’s not a regular nine to five job. We walk in the classroom, we never know exactly what we’re going to walk into,”…
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Pro Judging Tips: Q&A with Meat Judging Coach Jimmy Carter, Seymour, TX

February is iCEV Judging Month! In honor of iCEV Meat Judging Week, Jimmy Carter, Agricultural Science Teacher at Seymour High School, shares insights and tips on coaching meat judging. Why do you feel participating on a judging team is so important for students? How does it bring students success in the future? I feel participating on judging…
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Pro Judging Tips: Q&A with Poultry Judging Coach Tod Pinnell, Texico, NM

February is iCEV Judging Month! In honor of iCEV Poultry Judging Week, Tod Pinnell, Texico FFA Advisor, shares insights and tips on training a poultry judging team. Why do you feel participating on a judging team is so important for students? How does it bring students success in the future? Participation on a judging team…
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Pro Judging Tips: Q&A with Dairy Judging Coach Bland Baird, Taylorsville, KY

  February is iCEV Judging Month! In honor of iCEV Dairy Judging Week, Bland Baird, Spencer County FFA Advisor, shares insights and tips on coaching dairy judging. Why do you feel participating on a judging team is so important for students? How does it bring students success in the future? Participating in any Career Development…
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