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Sexton, Julie S.; Schilling, Jennifer K.; Taylor, Jan C. – Journal of Agricultural Education, 2009
The prevention of foodborne illness in childcare centers is a major public health concern. One prevention mechanism is the education of childcare providers. Because of the very diverse population in the childcare profession, the constant turnover rate and the need for high-quality, accessible training, providing this training proves to be an…
Descriptors: Extension Education, Prevention, Food Standards, Teaching Methods
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Sexton, Julie S.; Raven, Matt R.; Newman, Michael E. – Journal of Agricultural Education, 2002
A control group of 13 extension agents received traditional inservice training; 13 others used an interactive website. No posttest differences were found based on training method or level of computer anxiety at the knowledge level of Bloom's taxonomy. At the application level, the traditional group had higher scores. (Contains 27 references.) (SK)
Descriptors: Computer Anxiety, Conventional Instruction, Extension Agents, Inservice Education