Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2020 4-H Animal Science Symposium will occur virtually. The Tuesdays in June webinar series will comprise three virtual professional development opportunities featuring recently published 4-H curricula.
Who should attend
4-H staff, key 4-H adult volunteers, 4-H teen youth (13-19 year olds) and Future Farmers of America (FFA) supervisors/teachers
- Interactive and informative sessions
- Introduction to effective teaching methods
- Overview and availability of new curriculum materials
- Guest speakers include Dr. Melissa Bain, Dr. Niamh Quinn, Dr. Carolyn Whitesell, Dr. Cheryl Meehan, Mr. Dan Macon, and Dr. Brian Greco
Tuesdays in June series
Live via Zoom, 4:30 pm - 5:45 pm
No registration fee! You will receive the link to join after you register.
June 2: Animal Welfare Proficiencies in 4-H
While raising animals for show, 4-H’ers learn the basics of animal welfare. Our new curriculum, Animal Welfare Proficiencies in 4-H, goes deeper, with guest presentations from experts in the field.
June 9: At the Interface between Livestock and Predators
This newly published curriculum addresses the important issue of creating safe, predator-proof enclosures and environments for livestock. Hear from experts in the field, and get information about how to get a copy of the curriculum.
June 16: A 'Fear-Less' Approach to Understanding Dogs, their Care and Training
In our new curriculum, A ‘Fear-Less’ Approach to Understanding Dogs, their Care, and Training, youth will gain a better understanding of “man’s best friend” and how to improve their care and training. Hear from experts in the field, and get information about how to get a copy of the curriculum.
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