Beef Resources for Educators
Find a variety of tools to help teachers of all grade levels, librarians and families incorporate beef and veal into their lessons!
The Beef & Veal in the Classroom grant application deadline is June 1, 2019. Learn more by reviewing the Program Overview and resources below.
For more information about this program, contact Kaitlyn Carey at 814-623-2698 or email@example.com
Take your class on a virtual field trip to a Pennsylvania Beef Farm from the comfort of your own classroom!
This one-of-a-kind learning experience, developed for middle and high school students, will turn Pennsylvania classrooms into virtual beef farms through the use of Zoom video conferencing technology.
With the click of a mouse, students will be transported to fields, visit barns and view animals live, guided by a Pennsylvania beef farmer and/or industry experts, as they learn about how food is grown in Pennsylvania and see what beef farmers do each day to care for their animals. They'll even be able to chat with the farmers during a live Q&A session.
If you are interested in learning more information, contact Kaitlyn Carey,
firstname.lastname@example.org or 814-623-2698.
Watch our trips, here!
The U.S. Farmers & Ranchers Alliance® and Discovery Education have partnered on an exciting new initiative to engage urban youth with a first-hand glimpse into modern agriculture. Using the award-winning documentary, "FARMLAND, a film by James Moll," as a foundation, this new initiative will inspire students using an innovative, multi-modal curriculum that brings to life critical issues impacting the agriculture industry, such as sustainability, the new science behind farming and entrepreneurship.
The Farmland Film is made available to educators upon request. Reach out to Kaitlyn Carey, 814-623-2698 or email@example.com if you are interested in receiving a copy for your classroom.
“True Beef: From Pasture to Plate” is an innovative educational documentary that follows Pflugerville ISD agricultural science and culinary arts students as they learn about the entire process of beef production. The documentary is designed to teach culinary arts students where their food comes from while learning the importance of farming and ranching from agriculture students.
Make the farm to fork connection with this series of lesson plans that supports the documentary "True Beef". This guide contains 8 lessons designed for the High School Culinary Arts or Family and Consumer Sciences program, however, STEM connections have been included for all lessons making it easy for teachers to make connections across the curriculum. The "True Beef" documentary was produced by Pflugerville Independent School District (TX). Download the comprehensive lesson plans below.
The True Beef Documentary is made available to educators upon request. Reach out to Kaitlyn Carey, 814-623-2698 or firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in receiving a copy for your classroom.
The American Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture (AFBFA) has teamed up with the Beef Checkoff Program to offer engaging beef educational resources, including a FREE educational app for youth.