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4-H 101 Fact Sheets

This series has been superceded by the Volunteer Training Series (VTS).

Introducing 4-H Youth Development

4H235/4HFFS101.2by Marilyn N. Norman and Joy C. JordanJuly 31st, 2018

Reviewing Youth Development Principles

4H237/4HS FS101.by Marilyn N. Norman and Joy C. JordanJuly 31st, 2018

Targeting Life Skills in 4-H

4H242/4HS FS101.by Marilyn N. Norman and Joy C. JordanJuly 31st, 2018

Using an Experiential Model in 4-H

4H243/4HSFS101.1by Marilyn N. Norman and Joy C. JordanDecember 4th, 20194-H Youth Development relies heavily upon the five steps of the experiential learning model to teach life skills. The sequential steps of the model help youth identify what they have learned from a 4-H experience or activity and to apply that learning to other experiences or situations. This model requires that the “teacher/leader” be very clear about the skill or concept targeted and that the experience and the processing questions are designed to support that learner goal. The experiential learning process engages the learners in all phases of the activity, resulting in the ability to generalize this learning to new situations.

4-H FAQs

4H244/4HS FS101.by Marilyn N. Norman and Joy C. JordanJanuary 2nd, 2020

4-H Projects: Frequently Asked Questions

4H247/4HS FS 101by Joy C. JordanJuly 31st, 2018

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