Agricultural Shows Australia

Educational Resources
 

Competition Guides

These Young Judges and Paraders Guides give potential competitors a detailed overview of what each competition entails, including where to start, how judging works, top tips and links to further reading.

Competition Fact Sheets

These Young Judges and Paraders Fact Sheets give potential competitors and/or teachers a brief overview of what each competition entails, what you will gain from the competition and how they relate to the curriculum.

Title
Fact Sheet – Beef Paraders Competition
1.0 December 15, 2020
Fact Sheet – Dairy Paraders Competition
1.0 December 15, 2020
Fact Sheet – Young Judges Competition Alpaca
1.0 December 15, 2020
Fact Sheet – Young Judges Competition Beef
1.0 December 15, 2020
Fact Sheet – Young Judges Competition Dairy
1.0 December 15, 2020
Fact Sheet – Young Judges Competition Fleece
1.0 December 15, 2020
Fact Sheet – Young Judges Competition Meat Breed Sheep
1.0 December 15, 2020
Fact Sheet – Young Judges Competition Merino
1.0 December 15, 2020
Fact Sheet – Young Judges Competition Poultry
1.0 December 15, 2020
Fact Sheet – Young Judges Competition Grains
1.0 January 25, 2022
Fact Sheet – Young Judges Competition Oilseeds
1.0 January 25, 2022
Fact Sheet – Young Judges Competition Pulses
1.0 January 25, 2022
Fact Sheet – Young Judges Competition Soils
1.0 January 25, 2022

    Animal Handling Training Program

    The Judging for the Future online training courses aim to introduce Young Judges to the importance of animal welfare as they begin their “career” as livestock judges in National, State and Local competitions.

    Teacher’s Handbook

    This handbook is an extensive guide for all school teachers looking at understanding further the purpose, educational value and benefits of the Young Judges and Paraders Competitions. Included are some example activities.

    Animal competitions

    Non-animal competitions

    Learning Resources

    This area of the platform is aimed to provide a variety of different websites to access agricultural and related education resources.

    Primezone

    PIEFA, a not for profit company, operates and manages a web portal called Primezone. Primezone provides teachers, parents and students with an Australian Curriculum driven range of high quality vetted primary industries education resources from Foundation to Year 12.

    Primezone Academy

    As an addition to Primezone, PIEFA has created an eLearning portal called Primezone Academy. Primezone Academy provides teachers and students with single-point access to a range of primary industries eLearning courses.

    This area of the platform acknowledges support received by ASA to deliver resources related to their competition and educational activities.

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