Mule Visits School to Help Ag Students Develop Presentation Skills

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by Chaleesa Warren & Rillene Nielsen

Part of being a twenty-first century learner is developing real world skills that will help students in future careers.  Developing and delivering presentations are skills many jobs require.

Students in Agricultural Science recently had an opportunity to practice these skills.  After attending an FFA Judging Contest as part of a Career Development Event, students developed class presentations. 

Shayla Seitz decided to present about horse evaluations, but took it one step further and brought her mule to school to talk about some differences in mules and horses. 

At SFJH, teachers understand how important choice and autonomy are for student learning.  When students have the opportunity to stretch, they often move beyond expectations.