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Peavy, Von Mr.

Agriculture
Lecturer

229.391.4794
vpeavy@abac.edu
Chambliss 132


 

Education

Ed.S –    University of Georgia  (Agriculture Education)

M.Ed.-  University of Georgia  (Agriculture Education)

B. S.-     University of Georgia  (Agriculture Education)

A. S.-     ABAC

 

Further Education/Training

Educational Leadership Certification (T-6 Level)- Valdosta State College

Miller Oxy-Fuel and Arc Welding Process Course

Miller Welding Power Source Instructor Course

Kubota VIP Pro Service Training

John Deere Service Training

Electric Motors and Controls Training- Atlanta Electrical Contractors Association and IBEW Local 613

Briggs and Stratton Service Training

Techumseh Engine Service Training

 

Career

2012- Present- ABAC Lecturer

2000- 2012-  South Region Area Agriculture Mechanics Teacher

                         (Georgia State Department of Education)

1987-1999-    Colquitt County High School Agriculture Mechanics Teacher

                         Agriculture Education Department Head- 1998-99

1979- 1986-  Colquitt County Junior High Agriculture Education Teacher

 

Honors/Awards

National FFA Organization VIP Award- 2014

Georgia Agriculture Education Hall of Fame- 2012

ABAC Foundation- J. Lamar Branch Outstanding Leadership Award in Agriculture- 2012

National FFA Organization Honorary American Degree- 2010

National FFA Agriculture Mechanics CDE Committee- 2000-2012  (Chairman 2010-2012)

Georgia Agriculture Teacher’s Association (GVATA) President- 2000

Colquitt County High School Teacher of the Year- 1993

Georgia FFA Organization Honorary State Degree- 1982

 

 

Resources

AENT 1113 POWER EQUIPMENT.

Resources/Links
AENT 1113 POWER EQUIPMENT. 3 hours. A course designed to teach the operation and maintenance of equipment used in agricultural production and natural resource management. Includes electrical power applications in agricultural processes, mobile equipment and metal fabrication. Fall, Spring and Summer.

Course Syllabus, Schedule, Powerpoint Presentations and accompanying course files used in this course are available to students enrolled in this course through the Desire2Learn (D2L) system.