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cultural pride ( Reyns et al., 2013 ). Most college students spend their time studying online. Internet or online learning has become an indispensable tool for university students. The pooled prevalence of internet addiction among university students is ≈5

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to CH, such as economists, department heads, and graduate students. Considerations to quantify the economic contributions and benefits of consumer gardening There are three key factors to consider when assessing the purchasing power of participants in

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for research. Student evaluation and peer observation of teaching provided a means to measure classroom or laboratory presentation and organizational effectiveness, but opportunities to document peer evaluation of innovation and quality of

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acceptable outcomes (Niemiec et al. 2017; Schüttler et al. 2010 ; Shine and Doody 2011 ). Human dimensions of invasive species research indicates that perceptions are a function of knowledge, and informational deficits contribute to conflicting problem

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implementation of gardens is essential. Many positive outcomes are also associated with increased participation, yet educators struggle with the challenges of including a youth voice. Children and youth participating in activities that include their input show

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social media, who can serve as hosts and moderators, ensuring content is at an appropriate—and entertaining—level. Collaborations rapidly grow accounts ( Fig. 2 ) and are one of the most meaningful outcomes from social media programming. Student

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newsletter consists of original articles written primarily by a core group of horticulture Extension Educators. Guest authors (e.g., university faculty, students, and staff; industry members; and MGs) are also actively sought to expand the topic range and

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.M. Salisbury-Glennon, J. Shannon, D. Struempler, B. 2009 School gardens: An experiential learning approach for a nutrition education program to increase fruit and vegetable knowledge, preference, and consumption among second-grade students J. Nutr. Educ. Behav

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, nurseries were separated into those with only indoor production areas or with both indoor and outdoor production areas. Student's t-test. The Student's t test (two-tailed distribution, nonpaired, two-sample equal variance) was conducted on the responses to

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to landscape management professionals attending service-learning workshops (from June 2006 through Oct. 2007) at the Tennessee Nursery and Landscape Association winter workshop in Pigeon Forge, TN; Middle Tennessee Nursery Association Trade Show in

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