Block Scheduling ’ S Impact on Instruction , Ffa , and Sae in Agricultural Education

@inproceedings{Moore1998BlockS,
  title={Block Scheduling ’ S Impact on Instruction , Ffa , and Sae in Agricultural Education},
  author={Gary C. Moore and Barbara M Kirby and Linda Kay Becton},
  year={1998}
}
The purpose of this study was to examine the impact of block scheduling on teachers and agricultural education programs in North Carolina. Questionnaires were sent to the senior agricultural instructor in each department in the state. Responses were obtainedfrom 68 percent. Approximately 75% of the NC schools are on block scheduling. Teachers generally have a positive attitude toward block scheduling. Block scheduling has resulted in an substantial increase in the number of agriculture students… CONTINUE READING