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Unlike previous systems, the AET aggregates those experiences across programs to produce local reports for school administrators and overall economic impact reports for interested stakeholders and legislative representatives. The vision of AET is to be an educational tool that brings good recordkeeping practices back into the classroom. A partnership that has been developed will allow ALL AFNR Ed students to participate in the system for one year at no cost. State leadership is exploring opportunities for the future finical support as well as well. http://www.theaet.com/. 9:30 - 10:30 am Completing the FFA Roster using Agricultural Career Network (AgCN): Larry Gossen, Michelle Sidel and Henry Reinart The Agricultural Career Network is a new nationwide system designed to help AFNR Ed students document their educational achievements, create robust portfolios and pursue scholarships and employment opportunities. The purpose of the career network is to improve the quality, service and reach of FFA. Data collected through the network will help document the impact and relevance of FFA and AFNR education programs, drive FFA program improvement and build a growing base of support for AFNR Ed. The new network will serve as an online portal that members can use from middle school through college and beyond. 10:30 10:45 am Break 10:45 am 12:30 pm Concurrent Sessions - Participants will have the opportunity to attend all three sessions. Please use the color-coding on your nametag to determine which session to attend. Session A (Red): SAE Matt Raven Session B (Green): How to manage AET in your program! Roger Hanagriff Session C (Blue): Eco System Technology Anne Scott. http://www.localfoodsystems.org. 12:30 1:45 pm Teacher Award Luncheon: MHTA and MAAE Luncheon attendees will have an opportunity to recognize outstanding achievement among peers and professionals within the AFNRE profession. 1:45 3:30 pm Concurrent Sessions See nametag color code. Session A (Blue): SAE Matt Raven Session B (Red): How to manage AET in your program! Roger Hanagriff Session C (Green): Eco System Technology Anne Scott. http://www.localfoodsystems.org. 3:30 3:45 pm Break 3:45 5:30 pm Concurrent Sessions See nametag color code. Session A (Green): SAE Matt Raven Session B (Blue): How to manage AET in your program! Roger Hanagriff Session C (Red): Eco System Technology Anne Scott. http://www.localfoodsystems.org. 5:30 6:30 pm Networking Time and Room Check in 6:30 7:30 pm Dinner Updates: Matt Raven, Randy Showerman and Dave Wyrick 7:30 8:30 pm Optional Sessions Optional Session 1: National Chapter Award Larry Gossen, Dave Wyrick and Randy Showerman National Career Development Events Agriscience Fair Agriscience Research Proficiency Optional Session 2: Lab Aids Amada Sturm 7:30 pm ??? Association (MHTA and MAAE) and Committee Meetings 9:00 11:00 pm FFA Dance Wednesday, November 9th 7:00 7:30 am Breakfast: Achievement Based Assessment John Schut 7:30 8:30 am Agricultural Career Network (AgCN) and How to use it year round: Larry Gossen 8:30 8:45 am Break 8:45 10:00 am Product Center and The Michigan MarketMaker Tool The MSU Product Center for Agriculture and Natural Resources (ANR) was established in spring, 2003 with funds from the HYPERLINK "http://www.maes.msu.edu/" \t "_blank"  Michigan Agricultural Experiment Station and  HYPERLINK "http://www.msue.msu.edu" \t "_blank" Michigan State University Extension to improve economic opportunities in the Michigan agriculture, food and natural resource sectors. The Product Center can help develop and commercialize high value, consumer-responsive products and businesses in the agriculture and natural resource sectors. MarketMaker was originally developed as an online marketing resource to give Illinois farmers greater access to regional markets by linking them with processors, retailers, consumers and other food supply chain participants. Since MarketMakers inception, it has expanded tremendously and is currently one of the most extensive collections of searchable food industry related data in the country, containing nearly 500,000 profiles of farmers and other food related enterprises in Arkansas, Colorado, District of Columbia, Florida,Georgia,Illinois, Indiana,Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana,Michigan,Mississippi, Nebraska, New York,Ohio, Pennsylvania, and South Carolina. Topics that will be discussed include: How can I use the Product Center and MarketMaker in the classroom to teachentrepreneurism? How could you use the Center for promotion of economic development? What ways can the MarketMaker help expand students SAE? 10:00 10:15 Break 10:15 11:30 am Career opportunities and the supply/demand in the AFNR Industry. What are the professional and 12 essential skills that should be taught via SAE? - Karen A. Renner, Department of Crop and Soil Sciences and Jill Cords Field Career Consultant, College of Agriculture & Natural Resources 11:30 am 12:00 pm Room Check out 12:00 1:00 pm Luncheon: K 12 Science Curriculum Jacob DeDecker, Program Leader Children, Youth, Families and Communities 4-H YouthDevelopment 1:15 2:15 pm Michigan Food and Farming Systems (MIFFS): Elaine Brown Executive Director, Scott Corrin Programs Administrator and Kyle Fiebig MIFFS is a statewide, non-profit organization whose purpose is to improve Michigan's triple bottom line: the economy, the environment and the social well-being of communities by promoting family farms, local food and sustainable agriculture. In the past they have helped small and medium-sized farms operate profitably, produce healthy food for all people and protect the environment for future generations. MIFFS is recognized for the resources they have established. Topics that will be covered include: What is MIFFS? What does MIFFS have to offer secondary AFNR educators and students? What business plans are available for your students SAE? 2:15 2:30 pm Break 2:30 3:30 pm Select one of the following concurrent sessions Session D: The hows of preparing a Dairy CDE Team Joe Domecq Session E: Experimental Research and SAE Mike Everett and Teacher Panel The goal of this session is to introduce/reintroduce individuals to concepts related to experimental research and those relationships to SAE and FFA. This activity is crosscutting the tenets of The National FFA Science Fair (Agriscience Fair) and related Agriscience Proficiency awards by instructional methods related to the Arthur Berkey Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources Science Fair and State of Michigan Agriscience Proficiency Award areas. 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