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Lecture 2

ANEQ 292 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Adult Education, Nipple

by Linh

Department
Animal Sciences
Course Code
ANEQ 292
Professor
Ryan Brooks
Lecture
2

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B R IDGI N G T H E C U L T U R A L G A P I N
A N I M A L A G R I C U L T U R E
LECTURE 2
2/7/17
ADULT EDUCATION
Adult education is not a part of the curriculum.
If eeroe is at ork, ad the oss is there, ou’ll get traied. If soeoe is issig, ou’ll get
told how to do something but then get told to do that thing alone.
There are jos that people do’t at to do.
Worker training identified as primary need from University extension and outreach programs
by Co producers.
Most orkers do’t hae proper traiig efore going into their line of work.
TRAINING
Experts are not necessarily effective teachers
Teaching is an art and a science
- Tell a story!!
- Student motivation
- Fairness
- Respect
- Leadership
WORKER TRAINING
3 Stages:
- Orientation
o Includes conduct, expectations, safety protocols, sign a liability contract
- First tasks
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- Future tasks and responsibilities
o Continuous process based on:
Worker’s ailities
Workers aspirations
Changing needs of the operation
o BE CLEAR ON PROTOCOL (in the contract given to workers to sign)!!
Step by step Method: Forestripping
1. Task description
Define what forestripping is (forestripping is when you manually expel milk
from the teat to make sure the milk is clean and not infected or contaminated).
2. Determine necessary skills observation, motor skills assessing their prior knowledge
3. Prepare the student
Explain WHY
List advantages of forestripping: Cow, workers acknowledge both pros and cons
4. Describe
5. Demonstrate how to do each step
6. Ask student to repeat each step
7. Evaluate and provide feedback to promote self-assessment
REACHING MOST LEARNERS
Learning styles: (learning + environment)
Visual
Auditory
Tactile-kinesthetic
Motivation
Natural human process for directing energy to accomplish a goal.
Dependent on culture
>Motivation > learning
Levels of motivation- failitator’s role
- Success
- Volition
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