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The National 4-H Experiential Learning Model (Diem, 2001) 

The National 4-H Experiential Learning Model (Diem, 2001) 

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The purpose of this study was to benchmark the current level of horse ground safety among participants in the North Carolina 4-H Horse Program. By understanding more about the current level of horse ground safety, programming can be developed to address the weaknesses and increase the safety of this sport. Sixty-three horse camp participants were a...

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... embraces experiential education, as evidenced by its "learn by doing" motto. "Learn by doing" has been the cornerstone of the 4-H educational process since its inception; more recently, however, 4-H adopted an official model to depict the process, the National 4-H Experiential Learning Model (Figure 1). In the first step of the National 4-H Experiential Learning Model, youth do an activity rather than listening to an explanation; additionally, except for basic instructions such as safety, youth should do the activity before being told or shown how. ...

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