Welcome to the 2013-2014 North Central Region 4-H

Welcome to the 2013-2014 North Central Region 4-H Volunteer e-Forum! 1 Exploring the Science of 4-H Projects Session #4 Monday, February 3, 2014 2

Congratulations to Lisa Pfannensteil-Garrison, KS! Recipient of the National and North Central Region 2013 Salute to Excellence Volunteer of the Year Award 3 Congratulations to Mildred Waldren, KS! Recipient of the National

and North Central Region 2013 Salute to Excellence Outstanding Lifetime Volunteer Award 4 Science via Inquiry Learning Do Reflect-Apply 5

Tonights E-Forum Program: Cathy Johnston University of NebraskaLincoln Dixie Sanborn Michigan State University Bonnie Malone The Ohio State University Vicki Schwartz The Ohio State University

6 Welcome Activity Poll Question Science was my favorite subject when I was in school. 7 Welcome Activity Poll

Question I feel comfortable teaching science to 4-Hers. 8 Welcome Activity Poll Question I am already incorporating

science in my clubs 4-H projects. 9 Session Objectives What is STEM? Why teach STEM? Horticultur

e Animal Sciences Idea Exchange 10 Poll Question: Which is your preferred style

of learning? A. Auditory B. Visual C. Tactile/Hands on 11 YouTube: Oregon State University 4-H Science Inquiry series:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TAsZwFd8B8g&list=PL3CF2 2C166D4EE17A&index=2 About this Session 13 Poll Question: Who should be teaching science: A. B. C.

D. Schools 4-H Other youth organizations All of the above 14 Inquiry Based Learning Spark Interest

More Questions Develop Questions Create a Plan Reflect Investigat e

15 Hands On - Horticulture 16 Flower Dissection & Break Dissect your flower Discuss Return in 10 minutes

Why do we need flowers? What is the function of each flower part? Why do plants need flowers to reproduce? Why are flowers important to our food supply? 17 Welcome Back! What did you discover?

18 Hands on Animal Science Series of inquiry based animal science lesson plans available on The Ohio State University 4-H Animal Science website. Putting Science into Animal Science Projects: Lesson Plans for 4-H Professionals and 4-H Volunteers.

http://4hansci.osu.edu/livestock/livestockResources.php Lesson Three: Understanding Feed Labels Area: Feeding Livestock Activity: Interpreting Feed Labels Goal: Learn to read and compare feed labels 19

Take time to consider the labels 2 minutes to explore 20 Reflection Activity 5 Minutes Animal Animal Science Science Illinois

Illinois South South Dakota Dakota Foods Foods Indiana Indiana Kansas Kansas Home

Home Environment Environment Plant Plant Science Science Minnesota Minnesota Ohio Ohio

Missouri Missouri Iowa Iowa Natural Natural Resources Resources Michigan Michigan Nebraska Nebraska

Clothing Clothing Wisconsin Wisconsin North North Dakota Dakota Next Steps At your site discuss

22 A place for you get science activities ready to go and to learn techniques to use inquiry based learning. http://www.click2sciencepd.org/ 23 E-Forum Evaluation

We welcome your feedback from tonights e-Forum session. An electronic survey is available at: https:// www.surveymonkey.com/s/793H7BX Your responses will help us to better plan future programs for 4-H Volunteers. Site facilitators, please compile your sites data and enter it into the survey link within 2 weeks of the session. 24

E-Forum Resources To access resources presented in the e-Forum sessions, please visit: http:// www.uwex.edu/ces/4h/ncrvd/eForum2013.cfm A recording of this session is also available at this site and at: learn.extension.org 25

2013-2014 North Central 4-H Volunteer E-Forum Sessions Thank you for participating in this series of Volunteer E-Forum Sessions. We will be planning more soon. 26

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