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Paulsen, Thomas H.; Smalley, Scott W.; Retallick, Michael S. – Journal of Agricultural Education, 2016
The traditional student teaching experience includes a complex, triadic relationship between student teacher, cooperating teacher, and the university supervisor. Studies seeking to understand this experience from the perspectives of the student teacher and cooperating teacher are commonly found in the literature; yet research specific to the…
Descriptors: Student Teachers, Student Teaching, Student Teacher Supervisors, Behavior Theories
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Smalley, Scott W.; Retallick, Michael S.; Paulsen, Thomas H. – Journal of Agricultural Education, 2015
The purpose of this study was to determine the extent to which cooperating teachers deem required student teaching skills and activities relevant to the agricultural education student teaching experience. The population for this descriptive study consisted of individuals who served as cooperating teachers in Iowa and South Dakota during the last 5…
Descriptors: Agricultural Education, Cooperating Teachers, Teacher Attitudes, Student Teachers
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Martin, Robert A.; Omer, Mahmoud H. – Journal of Agricultural Education, 1990
A study to identify current methods of delivering agriculturally related educational programs to adults in Iowa found that postsecondary educators (n=42) tended to indicate a higher level of regard for principles of teaching and learning than did extension professionals (n=38). Although respondents placed high priority on use of variety of…
Descriptors: Adult Education, Adult Vocational Education, Agricultural Education, College Faculty
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Trede, Larry D.; Whitaker, B. Scott – Journal of Agricultural Education, 2000
Survey responses from 138 beginning Iowa farmers revealed a preference for experiential learning, problem solving, and critical thinking. They felt strongly that lifelong learning and continuing education are important. They preferred onsite instruction, single meetings on specific topics, and unbiased information from public institutions.…
Descriptors: Adult Education, Delivery Systems, Educational Needs, Educational Technology