One of the greatest thrills for an Extension educator is being asked, "When's the next one?" at the end of a session. To keep that question coming when teaching non-traditional audiences, these county educators share their tips for designing programs that increase the learner's comfort and create a non-threatening atmosphere. Relationships, cultural differences, use of time and resources, and finding new ways to measure learning progress can all influence programming success.
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Bairstow, R., Berry, H., & Driscoll, D. M. (2002). Tips for Teaching Non-Traditional Audiences. The Journal of Extension, 40(6), Article 18. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol40/iss6/18