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Dogs in the Hall: A Case Study of Affective Skill Development in an Urban Veterinary Program

By Michael Martin, John Tummons, Anna Ball, William Bird

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Abstract

The purpose of this bounded single case study was to explore how an urban high school veterinary program impacted students' affective skill development. The program was unique because students were required to participate in internships with local animal care businesses and care for animals within the school veterinary laboratory. The responsibility of caring for the animals created a compassionate and safe environment sought by students and faculty alike. Animals provided students a hands-on learning tool facilitating career skill development, social and professional connections within the community, and emotional skill development. These findings may be interpreted as transferable to other agriculture or Career and Technical Education students in similar immersive experiences.

Publication Title Journal of Career and Technical Education
Volume 29
Issue 1
Pages 9-24
ISBN/ISSN 1531-4952
Publisher Journal of Career and Technical Education
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  1. Animals
  2. Behavioral disciplines and activities
  3. Career
  4. Case Report
  5. Comparisons
  6. Documentation
  7. Emotions
  8. Experience
  9. High schools
  10. Internship
  11. interviews
  12. Laboratories
  13. Observation
  14. peer-reviewed
  15. Program Evaluations
  16. Schools
  17. skills
  18. students
  19. Veterinary medicine
  20. Vocational education
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