Whether you are a current CASE certified teacher or interested in becoming certified, we are incredibly excited for you to be a part of the journey within CASE curriculum.
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The first step in becoming involved with CASE is attending an upcoming CASE institute. These institutes are opportunities for teachers to learn and practice CASE curriculum activities assisted by CASE lead teachers. Several institutes are available throughout the year and are updated as registration opens on the national CASE website. A condensed BriefCASE may also be available for select pathways. The majority of institutes have a limit of 20 participants.
2019 Open CASE Institutes
ABF BriefCASE - NAAE Concention, Anaheim, CA - December 3, 2019 - $250
Upcoming 2020 CASE Institutes
* Registration for 2020 institutes is NOW OPEN*
ABF BriefCASE - New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, NM - January 18, 2020
Principles of Agricultural Science - Animal (ASA) CASE - University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ - June 8th - 18th, 2020
If you are interested in attending the ASA CASE Institute at UofA, please
for more information regarding this institute
If you are interested in attending a CASE institute please click here to complete the registration forms
Countless agricultural teachers across Arizona have become certified in CASE curriculum and can serve as a great resource for learning more about CASE. The list below also includes CASE affiliate professors at the University of Arizona. Congratulations to our 61 teachers and teacher educators who have achieved certification!
The instructional videos below are for Vernier LabQuest Sensor use. All of the videos are designed for both teacher use and student use. Ideally, a teacher could play the tutorial video in class or assign to students to watch independently so they can learn how to use each type of sensor. All of the Vernier equipment in AFNR curriculum (found in AFNR purchasing manual under the Vernier tab) will have its own video recorded by Joshua Troub. He will explain in a fun and engaging way and show the activity step by step.