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About CASE Oklahoma

The Noble Research Institute and Oklahoma State University are pleased to offer the CASE Institute in Oklahoma.

CASE Principles of Agricultural Science – Plant (ASP) Institute 2018

When: June 10-20, 2018
Where: The Noble Research Institute and Southern Tech, Ardmore, OK
Registration Deadline: May 1, 2018

Registration is $2,750 per person and includes all training materials, access to laboratory equipment, lodging and meals.

Inquiries should be directed to Frank Hardin, Ph.D., youth education manager at the Noble Research Institute, at cfhardin@noble.org or 580-224-6215.

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What is CASE?

Curriculum for Agricultural Science Education (CASE) is an instructional system that provides intense teacher professional development and curriculum that is changing the culture of agriculture programs.

Through its system of professional development, curriculum, assessment and certification, CASE equips teachers to elevate student experiences in the agriculture classroom, and prepares students for success in college and careers emphasizing science, technology, engineering and math.

The strength of CASE is in the intense and thorough professional development provided to all those who choose to adopt the curriculum. To obtain the CASE curriculum, teachers are required to attend an 80-hour-concurrent-session CASE Institute. This professional development workshop equips teachers to use the curriculum to its fullest potential by preparing them to lead students through a series of meaningful, sequential activities, problems and projects couched in agriculture subject matter.

CASE provides a complete curriculum in each of its three courses. This includes lessons that build on each previous lesson coupled with inquiry-based lesson delivery style, leading students to a higher understanding of big-picture science, technology, engineering and math concepts. At CASE Institutes, teachers become familiar with the curriculum and with delivering lessons using inquiry-based instruction; student-directed learning; and activities, projects and problems (APP).

About Principles of Agricultural Science – Plant

Principles of Agricultural Science – Plant is a foundation-level course that will teach students about the form and function of plant systems. Students are immersed in inquiry-based exercises filled with activities, projects, and problems to teach them plant concepts through laboratory and practical experiences.

In addition, students will understand connections between plant science lessons and Supervised Agricultural Experience, FFA and LifeKnowledge components that are important for the development of an informed agricultural education student. Students will investigate, experiment and learn about documenting a project, solving problems, and communicating their solutions to their peers and members of the professional community.

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Participants should arrive by 3 p.m. on Saturday, June 10, for an orientation meeting and kickoff celebration.

The institute will close by 1 p.m., on Wednesday, June 20.

Classes will run from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. with one-hour lunches from noon to 1 p.m.

There will not be classes on Saturday or Sunday.

Graduate credits will be available through Oklahoma State University.

Please contact Marshall Baker, Ph.D., assistant professor in agricultural education at OSU, for more information.

All participants will stay at the Holiday Inn in Ardmore, Oklahoma, and will be required to share a room with another participant. Participants may request their own room but will be charged an additional fee. Please contact Frank Hardin for details.

The Noble Research Institute CASE ASP Institute will be held at the Southern Tech campus in Ardmore, Oklahoma. All participants, regardless of home proximity are encouraged to stay at the provided lodging. This is important to maintain professional learning communities created during the course of the institute through group homework, projects and other collaborative learning processes.

All weekday meals will be provided. Participants will be responsible for their own meals over the weekend.

All participants flying into the area may fly into either the Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) or the Will Rogers World Airport in Oklahoma City Airport (OKC). The Noble Research Institute will provide transportation from either airport to Ardmore, Oklahoma, at no cost. Please choose this transportation option during registration to ensure transportation is scheduled. You will be notified of the transportation details prior to your departure.

Daily transportation to and from the lodging and Institute sites will be provided Monday through Friday of the first week and Monday through Wednesday of the second week.

Transportation will not be provided during the weekend.

Rental cars are not included in the CASE registration fee.

Registration

Registration is $2,750 per person and includes all training materials, access to laboratory equipment, lodging and meals. The deadline to register is May 1, 2018.

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oklahoma state university
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For more information use the form below or contact Frank Hardin.