The National Agriscience Teacher Ambassador Academy (NATAA) has over 15 years of successfully cultivating agriscience and inquiry-based learning in agricultural education. The Academy serves to train agriculture teachers on how to enhance the science that is already present in agriculture, as well as develop students as problem solvers and thinkers through the inquiry-based teaching method.
2019 Applications are Now Open - Deadline February 18, 2019
If selected as a National Agriscience Teacher Ambassador, you will be required to attend a national training session. The session is tentatively scheduled to be held the week of July 15-19, 2019.
Goals for the National Agriscience Teacher Ambassador Academy include:
Following their training, the Academy's participants, National Agriscience Teacher Ambassadors, facilitate workshops at the National FFA Convention and NAAE Convention, helping other agriscience teachers learn how to teach more effectively. Ambassadors also conduct workshops at their local, state, and regional conferences.
If you have questions about NATAA, contact Alissa Smith at 1-800-509-0204 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Over 200 teachers from 49 states have been a part of the Academy since its inception in 2003. Click on your state to find ambassadors.
Corteva puts science to work as a proud sponsor of the National Agriscience Teacher Ambassador Academy (NATAA), a special project of the National FFA Foundation.
LAB-AIDS Inc. is a valuable partner providing curriculum, materials and training support.
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Would you like to provide inquiry-based workshops at your next state or regional conference? Contact Alissa Smith email@example.com or (800) 509-0204.