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On Wednesday, October 26th, at the NAE4-HA Conference we held a session called Dancing with our new Curriculum Process. If you would like to download the materials from the session, they are available below.
Materials from Breakout Sessions:
1. 4-H Curriculum Design and Development (UbD and Backwards Design)-- Kathleen Jamison, Virginia Tech University
2. State Examples of Comprehensive Curriculum Approaches (Example from Iowa)-- Judy Levings, Iowa State University
To download 4-H Video bookends, right click on the file name and save to your desktop.
Search for the above vodcasts hereFilmmaking Workshop (series of video modules)
2010-2011 Curriculum Releases and Overview
Resources: The 4-H Curriculum Development web site
2009 Releases and Overview
Visit the 4-H National Directory of Materials
Access a pdf of the new food guide pyramid.
Alignment with the National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA) and the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) priorities.
Availability of support and technical assistance for quality implementation of curriculum.
When establishing national priorities for curriculum development, the following things are considered:
Mission Mandate teams and National Program Leaders at USDA are tasked with identifying and establishing priorities within the mission mandate areas: Science Engineering and Technology (SET), Healthy Living, and Citizenship. These priorities are communicated to NIFA, 4-H National Headquarters, and National 4-H Council. Typically, a National Request for Applications is announced, in direct response to the need for curricula addressing a particular content area.
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