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ERIC Number: ED026161
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1964-May-5
Pages: 20
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An Exploration of the Place of Projects in 4-H.
Carter, G.L., Jr.
Historically, project work has been a part of 4-H Club work. An exploration of the role of individual and group projects as planned learning experiences leads, hopefully, to a better understanding of their potential. In order to be of educative value, the project must be of immediate interest to the child, as well as be intrinsically worthwhile. The project should raise problems calling for research and review of related literature, and must cover a sufficient expanse of time to allow adequate exploration and execution. The project should be the primary basis for the uniqueness of 4-H in terms of the method by which the young people who are involved are taught. (DA)
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Authoring Institution: Wisconsin Univ., Madison. National Agricultural Extension Center for Advanced Study.
Identifiers: 4 H Clubs