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Sarah Wright Oklahoma State University Precision Agriculture April 27, 2009. Precision Agriculture Education: A Guide for Developing Programs. Start with the Basics. What is the subject? Who is your audience? How much time do you have? What content will you include?

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    1. Sarah Wright Oklahoma State University Precision Agriculture April 27, 2009 Precision Agriculture Education:A Guide for Developing Programs

    2. Start with the Basics • What is the subject? • Who is your audience? • How much time do you have? • What content will you include? • What materials do you need? • How can you best present the material? • How will you evaluate the outcomes? • What kind of follow-up will occur? (Powell & Cassady, 2007)

    3. Addressing Audience Needs • As an educated professional, you know what goals you have for your program. • How much background knowledge does the audience have on the topic? • What does the audience want to know about the topic? • What is developmentally appropriate?

    4. Addressing Audience Needs • Demographic and background information • Survey questionnaires • Interview target population • Talk with people who work with the group

    5. Goals, Objectives and Outcomes • What will participants get out of your program? • Why should they go? • Helps everyone stay on task • Makes evaluation easier • Necessary to obtain funding

    6. Goals, Objectives and Outcomes • Goals - broad statements defining what you want to occur • Objectives - specific steps to achieving goals • Outcomes - observable and measurable behaviors that indicate goals have been achieved (Powell & Cassady, 2007)

    7. Developing Learning Goals, Objectives and Outcomes • Decide on measurable outcomes first • Make a plan of steps to meet outcomes next, objectives • Create general goals that will encompass planned outcomes and objectives

    8. Teaching Appropriate Curriculum • Keep in mind developmental needs • Add information from needs assessment surveys and interviews • Use material from up-to-date research • Keep content as simple as possible • Maximum retention comes from programs that are easy to understand and apply

    9. Evaluation • Assess outcomes of program • Find out what was learned within the sessions • Follow up using longitudinal studies to find out what was retained and implemented • What else would the audience want to know?

    10. References • Powell, L. H. & Cassady D. (2007). Family life education: working with families across the lifespan. 2nd ed. Waveland Press, Inc: Long Grove, IL.

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