Volume 39 - Number 1 - 1998 | DOI: 10.5032/jae.1998.01073



This investigation addresses the use of the delphi technique in agricultural education research from I984 to the present. Delphi has been used steadily in the discipline over the course of that time with the exception of an activity peak in 1991-1993. Its most frequent application is in the area of curriculum planning. Delphi appears to be a unique alternative to tie more traditional kinds of evaluation and survey work and will likely see continued use in the future of agriucultural education research. However, there are some indications that the validity of the technique, relative to its use in agricultural education, should be tie focus of additional study.

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