FFA teachers

Teacher Resources

SAE for All

A student and teacher guide to SAE for ALL, along with individual learning guides associated with each component of the program are available at The Council website

Additional Resources from Nebraska:


It’s all about… planning, management, measurement and student success.

AET and SAE Recording Keeping Guide by Monty Larsen

The Nebraska Agricultural Educators Association membership voted to adopt the Agricultural Experience Tracker (AET) as the official record-keeping system for Nebraska Agricultural Education programs. The FFA Board of Directors also adopted a policy AET record books must be utilized for state-level FFA applications (Nebraska FFA Degree and Proficiency Awards). Schools are responsible for maintaining their own subscriptions to this curriculum service. Click below to access AET!

More Teacher Resources

Medical Release/Code of Conduct

Ag Ed Data & Promotion

Beginning Teacher

All teachers who are in their first year teaching agricultural education in Nebraska are invited to participate in the Beginning Teacher and Mentoring Program.  As a joint effort of Nebraska’s Team Ag Ed, beginning teachers will be assigned a mentor from a nearby school within their agricultural education district who will serve as a first line of support throughout the school year.  Additionally, beginning teachers will attend monthly Zoom meetings during the school year, with in-person meetings once each semester.  Please view the schedule of meetings here.

For more information, please contact:

Toni Rasmussen, NAEA Mentor Coordinator

Matt Kreifels, UNL Beginning Teacher Program Coordinator

New-ish Teacher Program

All Nebraska agricultural education teachers who consider themselves “new-ish” (specifically in year 2 – 5) are encouraged to check out Nebraska Owl Talk Podcast on Buzz Sprout or on Spotify (Nebraska Owl Talk).  For more information, please contact:

Colin Kubik or Emily Whipple, NAEA New-ish Teacher Program Co-Coordinators

Additionally, check out the in-person and webinar Professional Deveopment Opportunities.  All webinars are recorded and available on the website for viewing.

Grant Funding Opportunities:

Educators are often seeking grant funding to help support their programs and students. Below are links to grants for K-12 educators that may meet your needs. Contact each organization for more information.

Have a grant to add? Contact [email protected].

Agriculture Education Classroom and FFA Chapter funding

Student SAE and Jacket Funding

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