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This is a powerpoint shared at the 2012 SW Iowa 4-H Judges Training on Judging Ag & Natural Resouces Exhbits at a County Fair.

This is a powerpoint shared at the 2012 SW Iowa 4-H Judges Training on Judging Ag & Natural Resouces Exhbits at a County Fair.

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    Judging ag and natural resources  97 2003 version Judging ag and natural resources 97 2003 version Presentation Transcript

    • 4-H Judges WorkshopAgriculture and Natural Resources Educate, Evaluate, Encourage
    • Time to Write your Goal• Please write your goal for this workshop on the index Card• Then we will share Educate, Evaluate, Encourage
    • 4-H Judges Training Ag and Natural ResourcesA good 4-H Goal has….•The Action- How will you do something• The Result- What will be the result•The Timetable-The Amount of time itwill take to complete the goal•“I want to break my Beef Heifer to lead byJune 1.”•“ I want to collect and mount 10 newbutterflies by fair time.” A 4-H Goal is like planning a trip Educate, Evaluate, Encourage
    • 4-H Judges Training Ag and Natural ResourcesA good 4-H Goal identifies what youwant to happen and when.•How can you get where you are going ifyou don’t know where you are headed?•Yes you may discover other thingsalong the way or fall into a learningsituation, but it will inspire you to planfor the next timeA 4-H Goal is like planning a trip Educate, Evaluate, Encourage
    • 4-H Judges Training Ag and Natural ResourcesIt is important for you to consider thejudging process as much more thanawarding ribbons•You have the opportunity to help that youngperson grow in their ability to see an exhibit as aproduct of their learning•To help them Understand the learning•Help them understand how they can evaluatetheir own exhibits as well as others The Judging Process should be a learning process Educate, Evaluate, Encourage
    • 4-H Learning process Educate, Evaluate, Encourage
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    • 4-H Judges Training Ag and Natural ResourcesAs you begin the judging process…•Always show excitement to meet the 4-H’erand model good communication skills•Spend some time looking through the write-upto recognize their hard work but always focus onthe 4-H’er…a balancing act•4-H’ers should be able to respond to thesethree questions: 1. What was your exhibit goal? 2. How do you go about working toward that goal? 3. What were the most important things you learned working on your goal? A basic foundation of good judging Educate, Evaluate, Encourage
    • 4-H Judges Training Ag and Natural ResourcesAs you begin the judging process…•give credit to sources for their information—informing others if they were interested wherethey could find good or more information•be able to figure costs•look for ways to use their skills in doingcommunity service•explore career and vocational opportunities touse their skills A basic foundation of good judging Educate, Evaluate, Encourage
    • 4-H Judges Training Ag and Natural ResourcesAs you begin the judging process…•How do you handle expertise beyond their age?•How do you take the age and experience of the4-H’er into the judging process?•What if an Exhibit is clearly in the wrong classbased on their goal or their learningexplanation? A basic foundation of good judging Educate, Evaluate, Encourage
    • 4-H Judges Training Ag and Natural ResourcesSome things have changed…•We no longer break a 4-H Exhibit area such asCrop Production into a bunch of classes.•If you bring a Crop Production exhibit it isentered into Crop Production. A basic foundation of good judging Educate, Evaluate, Encourage
    • 4-H Judges Training Ag and Natural ResourcesAg and Natural Resources Exhibits • All Animal species • Outdoor Adventures (cont.) • Vet Science • Campfire Cooking • Crop Production • Hiking • Environment and • Orienteering Sustainability • GPS/GIS Applications • Entomology • Safety and Education in • Forestry • Horticulture Shooting Sports • Taxidermy • Floriculture • Safety • Vegetables • Habitat • Landscaping • Outdoor Adventures • Camping, Backpacking • Sport Fishing • BikingAgricutlure and Natural Resources Exhibits May be… Educate, Evaluate, Encourage
    • 4-H Judges Training Ag and Natural Resources • 4-H Project Webpages • 4-H project HotSheets • Learning Ideas • Learning Resources • Exhibit Ideas • Citizenship, Leadership and Communication Ideas • 4-H Exhibit Tipsheets • What is the judge looking for? • Special directions for collections and special exhibitsResources for you that will help you relate to MemberLearning Educate, Evaluate, Encourage
    • 4-H Judges Training Ag and Natural Resources • 4-H Project Webpages • 4-H Exhibit Evaluation Form • 4-H Poster Exhibit Ideas • Other Opportunities for Learning Let’s take a tour of the Web Resources…http://www.extension.iastate.edu/4h/projectshttp://www.extension.iastate.edu/4h/adults/judges/ Resources for you that will help you relate to Member Learning Educate, Evaluate, Encourage
    • Some overall Challenges for Ag & Natural Resource Judging• Quantity of Quality Ag & Natural Resource Exhibits in selecting State Fair Projects• Process of evaluating at the County Fair compared to the State Fair Evaluation of Exhibits• Trying to help 4-H’er capture in their write- up the learning process as they prepare for exhibiting at the State Fair Educate, Evaluate, Encourage
    • Some overall Challenges for Ag & Natural Resource Judging• Fresh Flowers and Produce do not advance to the State Fair through State Fair Exhibits, there is a separate entry process• No Firearms or weapons are allowed at the Iowa State Fair Educate, Evaluate, Encourage
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