4-H


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4-HHead, Heart, Hands, Health (pledged by members of 4-H Clubs)
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When viewing evaluation in this manner, the four anchor points provide a framework for consistent, measurable learning goals that can be used for formative (program and activity improvement) and summative (outcome) evaluation of California 4-H SET programming.
On July 22, exhibitors brought their best crops from the fields to be judged at the Saline County 4-H Crops Show.
4-H NYSD is in its tenth year and it is the world's largest youth-led STEM challenge, which engages tens of thousands of kids in 4-H clubs across the country.
Volunteer educators for 4-H science and engineering programs may need content expertise, but Worker says that just having that is not enough.
Federal Premium Ammunition created the award in 2011 to honor volunteers and professionals involved in the 4-H Shooting Sports Project who have gone the extra mile to achieve the mission of 4-H Shooting Sports.
"4-H is a powerful vehicle for STEM education because it is based on what young people are interested in, allowing them to take an active role in learning," says project leader Alexa Maille, state 4-H STEM program specialist in the BCTR.
But the 4-H club's corn not only thrived--it was delicious, sweeter than what Francis' parents grew.
The naming of the Dorothea Mahoney Award winner, the individual representing "the pinnacle of achievement in 4-H,'' is the highlight of the fair opening, Ms.
The Minnehaha County 4-H program has Clubs that operate in every community in the county.
4-H - an acronym for "Head, Heart, Hands, Health" - served about 500 students during its last year in Lane County in 2010.
I built more than half a dozen rockets myself and, true to 4-H form, my entire family has gotten into rocket building and launching.