Religious World Views for Vocational Agriculture Teachers and Students

Religious World Views for Vocational Agriculture Teachers and Students

by John Jarvis

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Overview

The book contains information designed to help you live a Christian life while studying and/or teaching agriculture and joining and or advising the FFA. The world view is a part of your everyday life. The book will help you add religion to your school life, vocational agriculture life, and world view life.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781514474532
Publisher: Xlibris US
Publication date: 03/12/2016
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 56
File size: 87 KB

About the Author

The author was born in Georgetown,Kentucky,January 15th,1954, the son of John Parker and Roberta Jarvis. I attended schools in Scott County, graduating from Scott County High in 1972. I attended Western Kentucky University, graduating in 1976 with a B.S. degree in Agriculture, and in August,1977, with a degree in Agriculture Education. I taught vocational agriculture at Mercer County High from 1977 to 1979. I taught Horticulture at Scott County High in Geogetown Kentucky from 1979 until 1980. I washired as a graduate teaching assistant at Purdue University in Agriculture Education to pursuea P.H.D. I married my wife Pam, the former Pam Peyton, August,16,1980. I didn’t switch my stat sequence at Purdue to the 500 level as my wife was developing anorexia nervosa,a career minded special education teacher, who was paying lots of bills. I completed an Educational Specialist degree in May 1984 at Purdue University in Agriculture Education. My wife Pam and 2 children added toe Doctors Title to my degree title in Purdue mail, now a Top 20 U.S. News Doctors Degree with famous religious worldly views. I taught Vocational Agriculture at Rossville High in Rossville, Indiana from 1983-1984. I returned to Kentucky and was hired as a county extension agent for agriculture from 1984-1986. I taught Horticulture at North Hall High in Gainesville, Georgia from 1986-1987. I was hired as a graduate assistant in Educationl Psychology and Counseling, completing a degree in secondary Guidance and Counseling in August, 1989. I worked as a janitor, security guard, pot washer, and floor tech from 1990 until 2010. I coulnt get out because music broke out when I went into a Lexington Department store to work, even after I corrected a grade at Louisville.. I acquired the dead pal al shirts as a result of the musical war in Lexington, Kentucky. I have since passed the praxis 2 exam for counselors and I am seeking employment as a school counselor.My wife Pam and I raised our 2 children, Jennifer and Andrew. Andrew is a graduate of the University of Kentucky and teaches music in the Fayette County public schools. My daughter graduated from Centre college in Danville, Kentucky with a degree in History and Government, and is pursuing a Masters degree in Library Science at the University of Kentucky. Jennifer is employed at the Lexington Public Library. Andrew is married to the former Lindsey banta. Jennifer is married to Patrick Anderson Lewis. The couple have one child, Joe.

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