ERIC Number: ED289975
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1987-Dec-4
Reference Count: 0
Attaining Excellence in the 80's. Research in Agricultural Education. Proceedings of the Annual National Agricultural Education Research Meeting (14th, Las Vegas, Nevada, December 4, 1987).
Mannebach, Alfred J., Comp.
Among the 36 research papers and critiques are "A Comparison of 1972 and 1980 Secondary Agricultural Education Students" (Navaratnam, Oliver); "A Day Late and a Dollar Short" (Moore); "Assessment of Preservice Preparation by Recent Graduates of Agricultural Education Programs" (Yahya, Burnett); "Characteristics and Activities of Vocational Agriculture Teachers and FFA Chapters Related to Participation in Community Development" (Malpiedi, Voth); "Current Status of Women Teachers of Vocational Agriculture in Ohio and Their Perceptions of Their Place in the Profession" (Knight); "Educational Strategies and Extent of Cooperation with Agri-Educators by Selected Agribusinesses" (Ubadigbo, Gamon); "Effectiveness of Two Instructional Modes for Teaching Vocational Agriculture Students of Differing Learning Styles" (Howard, Yoder) "Effect of Feedback on Selected Teaching Behaviors of Agriculture Teacher Educators" (Woodley, Kotrlik); "Employers' Perceptions of Technical and Nontechnical Skills Needed by Horticultural Employees" (O'Neal, Henderson); "Factors Associated with Preferred Learning Styles of Vocational Agriculture Students" (Cox et al.); "How Do They Compare? The Opinions of Vocational Agriculture Teachers toward State Supervision and Teacher Education in Agriculture" (Lelle, Kotrlik); "Identification of Science-Related Competencies Taught in Vocational Agriculture Programs" (Moss); "Mathematical Problem-Solving Skills in Agricultural Mechanics of Undergraduate Students" (Gliem et al.); "Mathematical Problem-Solving Skills of High School Vocational Agriculture Teachers and Students" (Persinger, Gliem); "Microcomputers and Instruction" (Ogle); "Opinions of School Administrators Regarding Selected Aspects of Vocational Agriculture Programs" (Jewell); "Pedagogical Inservice Needs and Activities of Postsecondary Agriculture Instructors" (Harmon, Mortensen); "Perceptions of Vocational Agriculture Students and Teachers about the Role of Vocational Agriculture in Rural Schools" (McCracken); "SOE Programs in Illinois" (Osborne); "Teacher Presage Variables and Quality Supervised Occupational Experience" (Makin, Miller); "The College Preparatory Curriculum and Academic Performance in College" (Warmbrod, Doerfert); "The Effect of Participation in Secondary Vocational Agriculture on Success in Postsecondary Education" (Rudolph, Yoder); "The Evolution of the Problem-Solving Approach in Agricultural Education" (Lass, Moss); "Video-Simulation as a Computer Applications Instructional Technique for Agricultural Professionals and Students" (Atherton, Buriak); "Assessment of Three Microcomputer Teaching Strategies in Vocational Agriculture" (Birkenholz et al.); and "Job Satisfaction of 4-H Agents of the Cooperative Extension Service" (Marshall, Burnett). (YLB)
Descriptors: Administrator Attitudes, Adult Education, Agribusiness, Agricultural Education, Computer Assisted Instruction, Educational Needs, Educational Research, Employer Attitudes, Females, Higher Education, Inservice Teacher Education, Job Skills, Microcomputers, Needs Assessment, Preservice Teacher Education, Secondary Education, Teacher Attitudes, Teacher Education, Teaching Methods, Vocational Education, Vocational Education Teachers
School of Education, U-93 University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT 06268 ($10.00).
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings; Reports - Research
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: American Vocational Association, Arlington, VA. Agricultural Education Div.