COVID-19 Resources for Educators
Updated May 26, 2020
NAAE distance learning resources (NAAE Communities of Practice)
FFA remote teaching resources (FFA)
Ag Education Discussion Lab (Facebook group)
Resources to support agriculture teachers during remote learning (Wakelet curated by Dr. Robin McLean)
As schools shift to an online method of teaching during the COVID-19 changes, the UF/IFAS Department of Agricultural Education and Communication wanted to provide resources for agriculture teachers who want support in creating variation in their online lessons.
Resources will be updated each weekday morning as they become available.
Cattlemen’s College Online Campus
The Cattlemen's College Online Campus is a portal of on-line learning opportunities for those interested in beef product promotion, research, information and related activities financed by the beef checkoff and similar market development investments. The portal contains live recordings of a wide-variety of sessions that were originally held in-person, such as conference sessions or workshops; on-line webinars; or prerecorded presentations.
Visit https://convention.ncba.org/ and set up an account.
Additionally, there are a variety of webinars available here from past Cattlemen webinar series.
Beef Quality Assurance For Producers
These courses teach methods for raising cattle in accordance with Beef Quality Assurance fundamentals. Topics involve cattle health, stockmanship, marketing, emergency planning, and meat quality. With three classes available, you can choose one that relates to your operation. Testing is involved.
- Cow/Calf - For those who breed and sell weaned calves
- Stocker/Backgrounder - For those who raise and sell feeder cattle
- Feedyard - For those who feed and sell fed cattle