It is nice to take a deep breath! I made four (or 5) presentations last week depending upon how you count them. The Association for Career and Technical Education (ACTE) along with the National Association of Agricultural Educators (NAAE) meet in Phoenix, Arizona. The presentations were:

  • Bitter or Better: Eight Steps to Becoming a Resilient Teacher – Dr. Wendy Warner and I teamed up for this presentation to the NAAE.
  • “C” You at the Top – Lessons in leadership, presented to both the NAAE and ACTE.
  • I Hated Small Group Work Until… – presented to ACTE.
  • On Your Deathbed Will You Wished You Had Trained on More CDE Team? – Presented to the NAAE.

After the conference I spent three days exploring Arizona. I visited Native American ruins, national parks and monuments, a copper mine, and Tombstone. Since I often speak about outhouses it was interesting to see the sanitation device that replaces outhouses in the copper mine (see below). Another whew!

About Gary Moore

Gary Moore is a retired professor from North Carolina State University. He is an award-winning teacher and has made presentations in 41 states, 3 Canadian provinces and on 4 continents.
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