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Current Issue, Volume 67, 2017

 

Beliefs and Attitudes of 4-H Agents About Global Agriculture Issues

Sara D. Hurst, Marion District Schools, Ocala, Florida
T. Grady Roberts, University of Florida
Amy Harder, University of Florida

 

Agriculture Teachers’ Preferred Teaching Partners Based on Physical and Professional Appearance

Hailey R. Gates, University of Arkansas
Catherine W. Shoulders, University of Arkansas

 

4-H Members’ Motivating Factors for and Deterrents to Participation in an International Experience Program: Development of the 4-H International Experience Program Questionnaire

J.C. Bunch, University of Florida
Melissa Cater, Louisiana State University and LSU AgCenter
Shelli D. Rampold, University of Florida

 

Investigating Structured Communication between Teacher Candidates and Cooperating Teachers at Multiple Universities

Chris L. Hunt, Southwest R-V Public School
Don. W. Edgar, University of Arkansas

 

The Evaluation of Critical Thinking Dispositions in High School Agriculture Teachers

J. C. Ricketts, Tennessee State University
C. Lewis, Tennessee State University
P. E. Faulkner, North Carolina Agricultural & Technical State University

 

Preservice Teachers' Perceptions of Infusing Mathematics in the School-Based Agricultural Education Curricula

Nathan W. Conner, Univeristy of Nebraska-Lincoln
Sarah Greer, University of Tennessee
Nathan Ollie, University of Tennessee
Christopher T. Stripling, University of Tennessee
Carrie A.Stephens, University of Tennessee

Needs Assessment for Prospective Hispanic Farmers and Ranchers

Baleshka Brenes Mayorga, University of Arizona-Yuma
Robert L. Williams, Texas A&M University-Commerce
Leah Wickersham, Texas A&M University-Commerce
Teresa Duch-Caryallo, Texas A&M University-Commerce

 

 

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