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Michael A. Arnold, Mary H. Meyer, Tim Rhodus, and Susan S. Barton

An enhanced appreciation and need for peer review of teaching and extension scholarship has become apparent in recent years in higher education ( Bernstein et al., 2006 ; Fincher et al., 2000 ; Sachs and Parsell, 2013 ). Peer review of teaching

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Gerardo H. Nunez, Neil O. Anderson, Christopher S. Imler, Laura Irish, Chad T. Miller, and Mariana Neves da Silva

field trips that strengthen horticulture education ( Bauerle and Park, 2012 ; Craver and Williams, 2014 ; Nunez, 2020 ; Pritts, 2017 ). Fortunately, active learning in online courses was not new to many horticulture instructors. The Teaching Methods

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Cynthia B. McKenney, Ellen B. Peffley, and Igino Teolis

the first part of the study, multiple sections of a lower division horticulture course were used. For the study, teaching mode (online and web-facilitated) were treatments. The population consisted of 239 students enrolled in four sections of this

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Brian J. Pearson and Kimberly Moore

employment. The objectives of this article are 1) to identify discipline-oriented knowledge and professional skill needs of employers in college graduates and 2) to present instructional methodology and teaching tool implementation that simultaneously address

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Michael Marcotrigiano and Susan P. McGlew

1 Associate Professor. 2 Research Technician. Paper no. 2997 of the Massachusetts Agricultural Experiment Station. We thank Lesley A. Spokas for assistance in statistical analysis and Edward Nowak, teaching assistant for the course. The cost

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Mark E. Uchanski, Kulbhushan Grover, Dawn VanLeeuwen, and Ryan Goss

higher retention of knowledge as compared with lecture-style teaching ( Specht and Sandlin, 1991 ; Van Eynde and Spencer, 1988 ). Several studies have demonstrated that experiential learning improved learning and enhanced skills ( Eyler, 2009 ; Paul and

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T.M. Waliczek and J.M. Zajicek

alumni from 2001 through 2007. Demographic breakdown was similar for current students and alumni ( Table 1 ). Table 1. Demographic information for current students and alumni in the study of the benefits of integrating service teaching and learning

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Tim Rhodus

Horticulture Teaching Resources is a web site at The Ohio State Univ. designed to provide high school and higher education horticulture educators free-access to curriculum resource materials. The information has been structured to facilitate the instruction of basic concepts in plant biology, propagation, nutrition, and plant materials. A searchable database interface is used to access color photos, lab exercises, and test questions. Users of the system can also provide URL addresses to their own resources for inclusion in the database. (

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Michael R. Evans, Richard Harkess, Jeff Kuehny, and Janet Cole

With reductions in resources available for teaching and the loss of faculty teaching positions over time, curricula in the plant agricultural sciences have been under significant pressure ( Robertson, 2006 ). In many cases, course offerings were