References Agricultural extension work has a venerable, albeit largely unrecorded, history. It is a significant social innovation, an important force in agricultural change, which has been created and recreated, adapted and developed over the centuries. Its evolution extends over nearly four thousand years, although its modem forms are largely a product of the past two centuries. Today, the organizations and personnel engaged in agricultural extension encompass a diverse range of socially sanctioned and legitimate activities which seek to enlarge and improve the abilities of farm people to adopt more appropriate and often new practices and to adjust to changing conditions and societal needs.
ALEC faculty and staff seek to provide leadership in developing teachers, leaders, and communicators for the next generation. Faculty do this specifically in the following areas: Formal Research Projects Five year approved projects: Explore the constraints and facilitators of agri-tourism businesses that are perceived by small family farmers.
Determine the specific issues that are most relevant for students and the field in ANRE.
Develop and implement curriculum around relevant ANRE issues that is delivered and assessed using social and digital media technologies. Assess changes in student cultural competence quantitative and abilities to conceptualize and communicate perspectives qualitative. Utilize findings from both quantitative and qualitative aspects of this project to develop an assessment for cultural competence that focuses on issues and experiences relevant to ANRE.
Utilize findings from the qualitative aspect of this project to develop a protocol for assessing student "voice" and abilities to articulate issues from multiple perspectives.Future Perspectives for Agricultural Education extension, and education programs.
The overall team objective is to enhance the effectiveness of Bank support to ag ricultural knowledge and information system development and thus contribute to the Bank's objectives of alleviating poverty, ensuring food security.
At UNH Cooperative Extension our staff work from their experiences, backgrounds and perspectives to deliver education and programs throughout New Hampshire. We wanted to share a sort of behind-the-scenes look at how our staff might approach a similar issue.
To do this we are taking one image of a location in New Hampshire and having four people from our statewide team share. Career in Extension Education 1Pankaj Kumar Ojha, 2Kalyan Ghadei The word ‘Extension’ is derived from the Latin roots ‘ex’ meaning ‘out’ and Development Perspectives of Extension Education 4.
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Julie Huetteman, Ph.D., is the Strategic Initiatives Coordinator at Purdue Extension.
She is serving as the National Association of Extension Program and Staff Development Professionals (NAEPSDP) eXtension Fellow for Extension, Education and Communication Service Research, Extension and Training Division factors and perspectives of food security are reviewed, and the argument made that rural areas through newly conceived policy strategies for agricultural extension and rural development.
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