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Straight from the Horse(man)'s Mouth: Innovative 4-H Camps

By Fawn Kurtzo, Leslie D. Edgar, Donna L. Graham, Mark Russell

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Abstract

As 4-H evolves to include a wide breadth of youths' modern interests, innovative educational opportunities and evaluation practices become necessary. Horsemanship and safety-based horse camps were created in response to a statewide challenge to develop competitive 4-H members and retain those members as they approach adolescence. This article addresses the development, implementation, and review of Arkansas's horse 4-H camps. The article content includes a practical example of Kirkpatrick's evaluation model and a description of how a goal-based evaluation led to planned program modifications.

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Katie Osborn

Date 2017
Publication Title Journal of Extension
Volume 55
Issue 5
ISBN/ISSN 1077-5315
Publisher Extension Journal, Inc.
URL https://www.joe.org/joe/2017october/iw6.php
Language English
Additional Language English
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  1. 4-H
  2. Animals in culture
  3. Farms
  4. Horses
  5. Mammals