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Publications and Conference Proceedings

Skelton, P., B. Seevers, T. Dormody, and F. Hodnett. 2012. A conceptual process model for improving youth science comprehension. Journal of Extension, 50(3), Article 3IAW1.
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Skelton, P., T. Dormody, M. Pattelena and P. Dappen. 2012. A model for improving the delivery of youth development programs by agricultural and natural resource educators [Abstract]. NACTA Journal, 56(Supplement 1), 60. Link to article

Skelton, P., B. Seevers, T. Dormody, and F. Hodnett. In Press A conceptual process model for improving youth science comprehension. Journal of Extension.

Dormody, T., P. Skelton, A. Pint, & K. O'Byrne. 2011. A course to develop agriscience teachers. The Agricultural Education Magazine, 83(6), 25-27.

Skelton, P., T. Dormody, J. Madrid and P. Dappen. 2011. Evaluating an experiential learning agriscience field day. NACTA Journal, 55(Supplement 1), 54

Dormody, T., P. Skelton, J. Madrid, and P. Dappen. 2011. A model for strengthening inquiry-based and experiential teaching approaches for agriscience educators. NACTA Journal, 55(Supplement 1), 54-55

Skelton, P. and B. Seevers. 2010. A new extension model: the Memorial Middle School Agricultural Extension and Education Center. Journal of Extension.

Skelton, P., T. Dormody, A. Pint and P. Dappen. 2010. Youth science literacy and leadership development through the Memorial Middle School Agricultural Extension and Education Center. American Association for Agricultural Education. Great Falls, Montana. April 21-23. Link to article

Skelton, P. and T. Dormody. 2009. Adding context to content: the Memorial Middle School Agricultural Science Center model. The Agricultural Education Magazine. 81(5): 26-28.

Skelton, P., T. Dormody, and P. Dappen. 2009. Understanding the impacts of the Memorial Middle School Ag Science Center on youth development. Proceedings of the 62nd Annual Society for Range Management Meeting. Albuquerque, NM. February 8-12.