Studies support science inquiry as a positive method and approach for 4-H professionals and volunteers to use for teaching science-based practices to youth. The development of a science inquiry video series has yielded positive results as it relates to youth development education and science. The video series highlights how to conduct science-rich activities for classroom-based education and afterschool programs and through 4-H club settings. With access to the videos as a training tool to teach the science inquiry process, 4-H professionals and volunteers have greater potential to provide meaningful, intentional, and impactful learning opportunities in science for youth participants.
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Green, J. W., Black, L., & Willis, P. (2013). 4-H Science Inquiry Video Series. The Journal of Extension, 51(6), Article 32. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol51/iss6/32