Floral Design Virtual Instruction: 19 Week Scope and Sequence Curriculum

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2021-01-01
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Edwards, Erika
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Scott Smalley
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Agricultural Education and Studies

The Department of Agricultural Education and Studies was formed in 1989 as a result of the merger of the Department of Agricultural Education with the Department of Agricultural Studies. Its focus includes two these fields: agricultural education leading to teacher-certification or outreach communication; and agricultural studies leading to production agriculture or other agricultural industries.

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The Department of Agricultural Education and Studies was formed in 1989 from the merger of the Department of Agricultural Education and the Department of Agricultural Studies.

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As a result of COVID-19, Harford County Public Schools tasked educators with developing a curriculum for virtual instruction. Floral Design is a course that is considered to be a Career and Technical Education class with an emphasize on hands-on learning. It is recognized that the foundation of this course is a combination of both plant science and art concepts. Prior to COVID-19, there was a pre-existing need to align the course with both agriculture and art standards. The creation of the Floral Design Virtual Instruction Scope and Sequence provides evidence in support of Floral Design becoming a course to complete both the art and agriculture pathway, rather than being only an elective class. Additionally, it opens communication with school leadership for the establishment of a second level course in the Floral Design sequence (Floral Design II).

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