What Oregon agriculture teachers say about teaching basic agriculture by use of principles Public Deposited

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  • New teaching techniques are the products of a wide spectrum of research. The final test of all teaching techniques, however derived, is their application to a given classroom situation. The purpose of this study is to determine whether the "principle approach", a relatively new teaching method in agriculture, has been accepted by Oregon agriculture teachers for instruction of their basic agriculture classes. Questionnaires were sent to all 117 teachers of agriculture in Oregon. Teachers teaching basic agriculture classes were compared in class presentation methods and course content areas. Comparison was also made between teachers having attended a curriculum workshop introducing teachers to the "principle approach" and teachers having no formal training in this area. Over 50 percent of the teachers having bad training in the "principle approach" teach all subject areas by this method. However, certain subject areas appear to have adopted the "principle approach" more readily than other areas. Participation and success in the use of the "principle approach" increases with training in this area. As a result of this study, it is recommended that workshops be set up to train teachers in the presentation of the "principle approach" for instruction of basic agriculture.
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