For the Cooperative Extension agent, clientele groups vary greatly. Rarely does teaching an "intact" group occur, as it does in the traditional classroom. Analysis of behaviors by Hampton (1980) revealed that planning, execution, and evaluation are the major role phases critical to an Extension agent's position. Therefore, prospective Extension agents must be competent in designing learning activities and evaluating their outcomes.



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