The 2017 summer institute will be held in Parsons, Kan. June 6-8. This three-day workshop will be led by K-State agronomy faculty and staff, K-State Research and Extension southeast district staff and KFAC staff. Hands-on lesson plans and activities, agricultural tours and brainstorming sessions will be just a few of the benefits of attending!
Registration is $95 and includes lunches, snacks, resources and continuing education units. Register here.
More information can be found here or by calling the KFAC office at (785) 320-4350.
the diversity of agriculture through hands-on, standards-based activities and lesson plans that focus on reading, math and science. Discover exciting careers in agriculture for your students' future.
to develop interactive lesson plans that correspond with Kansas educational standards and provide cross-curricular integration of all subjects using Kansas agriculture as the teaching tool.
students reading, math and science using Kansas agriculture, so they discover our ecosystem, investigate the world around us, and learn why agriculture makes it all happen.
KFAC’s Summer Institutes prepare K-12 teachers to integrate agriculture into their classrooms. The courses expose teachers to various agricultural opportunities and provides them with a variety of resources to use when preparing and presenting lesson plans to their students.