Learning Styles

Learn Your Learning Style

Imagine you are in your agriculture classroom. Your teacher starts class and says you are going to learn something new today that you will be tested on tomorrow and gives three options: learn about the new subject by lecture and discussion, through a PowerPoint or video, or through an activity. Which way would you prefer?... Read more »... Read more »
Learning Style Quiz

[QUIZ] What’s Your Learning Style?

Want to know your dominate learning style? Answer the questions in the quiz. Post your result in the comment box below and share via Facebook!  Learn more about your type of learning here. Download a PDF of the quiz here, to use when offline. Retake the quiz.... Read more »
Life After High School

Doors to Opportunity After High School

The end is in sight. High school was filled with experiences you’ll remember forever, from donning your FFA jacket to meeting lifelong friends, but now it’s time to put on your cap and gown. As your graduation date draws near, the daunting thought of life after high school occurs frequently. The real world offers many... Read more »... Read more »
Washington DC leadership conference

New Hotel for the Washington Leadership Conference

FFA members: are you ready for WLC? Each year, hundreds of FFA members from all over travel to Washington, D.C., to attend the Washington Leadership Conference, and 2014 will be no exception. This is no ordinary leadership experience. You will spend five days becoming effective leaders by exploring your purpose, learning to value people, taking... Read more »... Read more »

Tell Us About Your FFA Advisor

In his new memoir, FFA alumnus Orion Samuelson says that his high school agriculture teacher/FFA advisor made an incredible impact on his life, his attitude and his career. We want to know from you: How has your FFA advisor impacted your life? Describe your advisor below in the comments, and your message may be included... Read more »... Read more »

FFA Chapters Advocate for Hunger

The National FFA Organization’s initiative to fight hunger became a lot more personal for 29 chapters in Illinois, Missouri, Ohio, Louisiana and North Carolina this year. Each chapter received a $2,000 grant in fall 2012 as part of the Invest 2 Fight Hunger (I2FH) Pilot Program, and they used the money to educate their communities... Read more »... Read more »

The Fight Against Hunger

Want to join in the fight against hunger? See how other FFA members across the country are helping to end hunger and get inspired. Discover Ways Your FFA Chapter Can Fight Hunger in Your Community One in six Americans is experiencing food insecurity, so there’s no time to waste. It’s time to act, and there... Read more »... Read more »

Ag Broadcaster Discusses FFA Experiences in Memoir

Many FFA members and supporters may recognize Orion Samuelson as the host of the National FFA Convention & Expo broadcast each October, but his involvement in agriculture expands far beyond his work and love for FFA. The most recognized agricultural journalist in the industry, Samuelson has more than 60 years experience in broadcasting, more than... Read more »... Read more »
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