On Friday, November 10 and Saturday, November 11, 2016 the Central Columbia Agricultural/Environmental Science Program hosted a New and Beginning Teacher workshop sponsored by Penn State University.
These workshops included: tour of facilities, curriculum development, hands-on learning activities such as feed rations, CASE Science lessons, how to develop useful products from waste material and sharing of ideas on successful classroom activities and procedures.
Teachers from Maryland, Pennsylvania and Delaware work on feed ration activity.
Teachers work together to solve issue in using waste products to develop useful products.
Darla Romberger from Cumberland Valley High School and CASE Institute teacher presents information to new and beginning teachers information on applied sciences.
Three agricultural science teachers presents their winning formula for their peanut construction activity.