Methods of Teaching Agriculture
Interstate Publishers, 1993 - Technology & Engineering - 360 pages
This text was designed to be of use in preservice and inservice education courses. It is useful in courses related to teaching methods, introductory agricultural education, course or program planning, SAE, and evaluation of learning. Teacher educators should find the unique examples used in the text highly useful in teaching their courses.
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Foundations for Methods in Agricultural Education
Factors Influencing Decisions About Teaching
Principles of Teaching and Learning
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