Rank #1: Owl Pellets Episode #3: Balancing Work and Family - Tyson Sorenson
Feb 02 2016
Rank #2: SAEs for Today's Students
Jan 09 2017
Rank #3: Allowing Multiple Homework Attempts - Pros and Cons
Listen in as Dr. Darrick, from University of Tennessee - Martin, discusses how he uses multiple homework attempts to get the most out of his students without drowning in assignment submissions.
Oct 02 2018
Rank #4: Owl Pellets Episode #4: Talking with students about GMOs - Joy Rumble
Mar 14 2016
Rank #5: Are We Really Being Inclusive?
Listen in as ag teachers at the 2018 NAAE Conference shared their struggles and tips related to student inclusion. What a fantastic group of teachers with so much insight to share!
Feb 12 2019
Rank #6: SAE For All - A Shift We Can Make?
Listen in as the Owl Pellets team talks about career prep, our ag roots, and the role of SAE in today's ag ed programs.
Oct 01 2019
Rank #7: Taking Care of Teacher: Maintaining Reasonable Expectations
Listen in as Haley Traini chats with the male side of the Owl Pellets team about teacher expectations! Kate didn't make it to this one, she was busy trying to do all the things for all the people...
Sep 10 2019
Rank #8: Teaching your Students to Talk about Agriculture
Listen in as Dr. Chris Clemons talks to the Owl Pellet team about leading conversations regarding agriculture!
Jan 22 2019
Rank #9: Safety in the Agricultural Education Program
Nov 21 2016
Rank #10: Which Comes First - The Lecture or the Activity?
May 01 2018
Rank #11: Using CDEs as Teaching Tools
Some things need to be said again, for the people in the back. CDEs can be a great teaching tool! To get a better look at how we can do more than chase plaques, we're going waaaay back to our 2nd episode ever! Listen in as a much younger Brian, Kate, and Marshall talk to Florida ag teacher Janyel Taylor (she's sporting a new last name since she recorded with us) about how she uses CDEs to amp up her teaching time.
Apr 16 2019
Rank #12: Pauley-McKim- Teacher Collaboration - final.mp3
May 29 2019
Rank #13: Teaching FFA History
Aug 29 2016
Rank #14: Ag Ed and Students – Who They Are, and Ag Ed’s Impact on Career Earnings
Mar 27 2018
Rank #15: Teacher "Churn" - The Impact of Our Migration Patterns
Have you ever moved jobs, or thought about moving? Listen in as Becky Haddad talks to us about how teachers migrate throughout their programs and the impact that has on the profession!
May 14 2019
Rank #16: Motivating Students - Intrinsic vs. Extrinsic
On this week of time change, right after National Convention, I'm sure we could all use a little extra motivation...so we've brought in the expert! Listen in as Dr. Amanda Bowling tells us about her research in student motivation!
Nov 06 2018
Rank #17: Do Smart Phones Make a Smart Classroom?
Listen in as Dr.s Stair and Blackburn from Louisiana State University share their expertise about smartphone usage in the classroom. They also give us their favorite apps for student learning, and we promise at least one will be new to you!
Oct 24 2018
Rank #18: State Conventions - How Formal is Too Formal?
Go to a different state, and the FFA Convention will be like a different world from the one you're used to - there are as many formats for state convention as there are states! Listen in as Arkansas ag teachers discuss the pros and cons of hosting state convention at a convention center versus an FFA camp.
Sep 11 2018
Rank #19: The Ag Ed "In Crowd" - Are We Contributing to Our Own Teacher Shortage?
There are all sorts of ways to become an ag teacher, but some have been more popular that others. Is there really a difference in the quality of an ag teacher based on how they got their license? Listen in as Dr. Adam Marx talks with the Owl Pellets team about the ag ed in crowd!
Oct 08 2019
Rank #20: Using Humor in the Classroom
Listen in as Dr. Don Johnson from the University of Arkansas leads us through our first LIVE podcast! After decades of helping students learn through laughter, Dr. Johnson shares his research-based tips for incorporating humor into the classroom.
Sep 04 2018