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Kent D. Kobayashi

years and changed the course from a lecture course to one with more active learning and small group discussions. Initially, lecturing was the primary teaching method. Later, the flipping classroom approach was periodically introduced by assigning

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reception of hybrid teaching methods. Growing demand for appropriate training opportunities for Oregon’s increasingly scarce agricultural workers continues to outpace extension’s available time and resources. New, more-efficient, innovative ways of reaching

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Kimberly A. Moore and Brian J. Pearson

preference for graduates possessing well-developed soft skills ( Crawford et al., 2011 ; Hart Research Associates, 2015 ; Ricker, 2014 ). The challenge is to add exercises and activities to current classes that develop both hard and soft skills. Teaching

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Mary Lewnes Albrecht

preparing to teach. It allows you to organize learning objectives, teaching methods, and student assessment within the time allowed for the course, whether a semester or quarter or other time period. The syllabus also allows you to initiate a discussion at

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Virginia I. Lohr

Science 323 240 244 Bayer, A. 2013 Using Different Teaching Methods to Enhance Student Learning of Climate Change. 17 Oct. 2013. < http://ashs.org/db/horttalks/detail.lasso?id=15582 > Booth, E.L.J. Byrne, J.M. Johnson, D.L. 2012 Climatic changes in western

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Igino Teolis, Ellen B. Peffley and David B. Wester

computers: An innovative teaching method for horticulture courses HortScience 25 385 388 Witkin, H.A. Moore, C.A. Goodenough, D.R. Cox, P.W. 1977 Field-dependent and field-independent cognitive styles and their educational implications Rev. Educ. Res. 47 1

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Elsa S. Sánchez and Heather D. Karsten

teaching methods North Amer. Colleges Teachers Agr. J. 39 15 17 I-Farm 2010 Integrated crop and livestock production and biomass planning tool 27 June 2011. < http://i-farmtools.iastate.edu/ >. Liebhardt, W.C. Andrews, R.W. Culik, M.N. Harwood, R.R. Janke

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Bo-Young Kim, Sin-Ae Park, Jong-Eun Song and Ki-Cheol Son

et al., 2001 ). Often children with intellectual disabilities give up easily when faced with complicated tasks or a difficult teaching method ( Kang, 1992 ), increasing their hyperactivity and reducing their concentration ( Lee and Jo, 1991 ). The

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Tara Baugher, Montserrat Fonseca Estrada, Kelly Lowery and Héctor Núñez Contreras

styles through hands-on demonstrations and participatory programs ( Johnson et al., 2008 ). Participants suggested more programming on producers’ farms with extension personnel facilitating educational networking. Evaluations of teaching methods specific

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Chad T. Miller

course at Kansas State University (KSU) in Manhattan focuses primarily on learning common landscape plant genera and species, from woody plants to herbaceous plants. Lecture-style teaching methods are common in college courses, including plant