Date of Award
Master of Science
Agricultural and Extension Education
Bonard S. Wilson
Harold J. Smith
The problem was (1) to determine the status of, (2) to propose outlines that could be used as guides in, and (3) to propose methods of planning annual and long-time programs of work in Tennessee.
Answers to the following questions were sought in determining the status of planning in vocational agriculture in Tennessee:
1. How many teachers of vocational agriculture in Tennessee submit annual and long-time programs of work to district supervisors?
2. Why do teachers plan programs of work?
3. Why do some teachers not plan programs of work?
4. What persons are involved in the planning of the vocational agricultural programs?
5. What are the contents and characteristics of the submitted programs of work?
6. What methods or procedures are used in planning the programs of work?
7. How much time do teachers spend per year on planning the annual and long-time programs?
8. When do teachers plan the programs of work?
The proposed outlines for the annual and long-time programs resulted from answers to the questions:
1. What should be included in a long-time program of work for vocational agriculture?
2. What should be included in an annual program of work for vocational agriculture?
The proposed methods of planning were determined by answering the questions:
1. How should a long-time program of work for vocational agriculture be planned?
2. How should an annual program of work for vocational agriculture be planned?
Warmbrod, James Robert, "Program planning in vocational agriculture in Tennessee. " Master's Thesis, University of Tennessee, 1954.