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ERIC Number: ED063488
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1972-Mar-9
Pages: 93
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The New FFA--Relevant, Flexible.
Future Farmers of America, Washington, DC.
To make education more relevant, the 1972 national seminar sought ways of integrating the Future Farmers of America (FFA) program with the broadened agricultural instruction program. Topics discussed included: (1) "Role of the FFA in the Changing Program of Agricultural Education" - William Gray (Moderator), (2) "But How Do We Get the Job Done?" by James Dougan, (3) "Developing and Using Performance Objectives" by Bob Stewart, (4) "The FFA as a Developmental Tool in Student Personal Growth" by H. E. Ridenour, (5) "The New FFA--Relevant, Flexible and Designed to Serve All Students and All Instructional Programs" by J. L. Branch, (6) "Build a Better Berrien" by Jerry Baldree, (7) "Building a Better Rural America" by James V. Smith, and (8) "Rural Development" by John Kyl. In addition to daily reports and panel discussions, these proceedings include several workshop reports on implementing the new FFA and on performance objectives for student development. (JS)
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Authoring Institution: Future Farmers of America, Washington, DC.
Identifiers: Future Farmers of America
Note: Proceedings of the National FFA Seminar (Chevy Chase, Md., March 6-9, 1972)