Teacher presents to state ag instructors
Marion agriculture teacher Mark Meyer presented sessions on new technology in agriculture when Kansas ag educators met Jan. 20 to 22 in Mayetta.
Meyer, a lead teacher for the Curriculum for Agricultural Science Education program, talked about electrical relays and diodes in engine systems.
He also attended sessions to become certified to teach the CASE agribusiness finance curriculum.
The meeting was the annual
Ag Ed Symposium of the Kansas Association of Agricultural Educators, among the officers of which is Centre ag teacher Laura Klenda, who serves as membership coordinator.
Last modified Feb. 3, 2022