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Dr. James E. Dyer

Teaching: Agricultural Education

Dr. Dyer’s teaching responsibilities include the planning and delivery of courses, which

  • lead to teaching certification for students enrolled in Agricultural Education;
  • support the Leadership and Communication specialization;
  • provide professional development and inservice support to teachers; and
  • serve “provisionally certified” teachers. 

Fall Semester Courses

Spring Semester Courses

  • AEC 4202 – Curriculum Development and Assessment Techniques
  • AEC 4224 – Advanced Teaching Techniques in Agricultural Education
  • AEC 4228 – Laboratory Teaching Techniques in Agricultural Education
  • AEC 4942 – Agricultural Education Internship
  • AEC 4905 – Teaching Induction Program II
  • AEC 5206 – Advanced Teaching Methods in Agricultural Education

In addition to the above courses, online Spring semester courses for provisionally certified teachers are offered in Summer A and include the following:

  • AEC 4202 – Curriculum Development and Assessment Techniques
  • AEC 4224 – Advanced Teaching Techniques in Agricultural Education
  • AEC 4504 – Program Planning in Agricultural Education
  • AEC 4905 – Teaching Induction Program I
  • AEC 4905 – Teaching Induction Program II
Dr. James E. Dyer

Professor Agricultural Education—Plant City Campus