ERIC Number: ED449351
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2000-Dec-6
21st Century Research for Agricultural Education. Proceedings of the National Agricultural Education Research Conference (27th, San Diego, California, December 6, 2000).
Miller, Greg, Ed.
These proceedings contain 48 presentations and 15 poster abstracts. Papers include "Computer Tasks Required in Selected Undergraduate Agriculture Courses" (Johnson, Ferguson, Vokinnns, Lester); "College of Agriculture Faculty Perceptions of Electronic Technologies in Teaching" (Dooley, Murphy); "Steering Through Turbulent Waters While Developing a Community of Practice" (Corn, Trexler); "Personality Types and Final Grades in Group Organization and Leadership Development" (Wingenbach); "Leadership Styles of Florida's County Extension Directors" (Rudd); "Involvement of Volunteers in Agricultural Education Programs in New Mexico" (Rosencrans, Seevers); "Safety and Health Attitudes and Beliefs of Entry-Year Agriculture Teachers in Texas" (Ullrich, Hubert, Murphy); "Examination of Pollution Prevention in Montana Secondary Agricultural Education Laboratories" (Bass, Frick); "Professional Development Needs of State Extension Specialists" (Radhakrishna); "Balancing Work and Family" (Place, Andrews, Crago); "Impact of Overseas Assignments on Individual, Organizational, and Community Attitudes, Behaviors, and Support for International Extension Involvement" (Place); "Principals' Perceptions of Integrating Science into Agriculture Programs" (Thompson); "Factors That Encouraged, Discouraged, and Would Encourage Students in Secondary Agricultural Education Programs to Join the FFA" (Gliem, Gliem); "Assessing Research Capacity in Agricultural Education" (Greiman, Birkenholz);"Educational Needs of Beginning Farmers in Iowa as Perceived by Providers of Agricultural Education" (Nelson, Trede); "Qualitative Study of the Influence of Farm Leaders' Ideas on a Sustainable Agriculture Education Program" (Grudens-Schuck); "Evaluation of a Workshop for Agricultural Entrepreneurs" (Mueseler, Terry, Holcomb); "Predictors of FFA Program Quality" (Vaughn, Moore); "Image Factor" (Croom, Flowers); "Building Confidence and Personal Pride" (Balschweid, Talbert); "Exploring the Past of the New Farmers of America" (Wakefield, Talbert); "Overcoming Barriers to Learning in Distance Education" (Irani, Scherler, Harrington, Telg); "Evaluation of a Multidisciplinary Course Delivered at a Distance" (Dooley, Patil, Lineberger); "Interest in Online Leadership Education and Implications for Instructional Design Strategies" (Murphrey, Boyd); "Predicting College Agriculture Students' Academic Performance and Retention" (Garton, Dyer, King, Ball); "Assessment of Agricultural Education Graduates' Preparation for Careers in Teaching and Industry" (Cartmell, Garton); "Clinical Experiences for Agricultural Teacher Education Programs in North Carolina, South Carolina, and Virginia" (Dobbins, Camp); "Cooperating Teachers' Perceptions of Important Elements of the Student Teaching Experience" (Edwards, Briers); "Description of the Nature and Impact of Teaching Events and Alternate Forms of Beginning Teacher Assistance Experienced by Beginning Minnesota Agricultural Education Teachers" (Joerger, Boettcher); "Using Think-Aloud Protocols to Compare Cognitive Levels of Students and Professors in College Classrooms" (Whittington, Lopez, Schley, Fisher); "Beliefs About a Constructivist Model for Teaching Compared with Traditional Teaching Methods Among Teacher Education Students" (Wardlow, Scott); and "Perceptions of Freshman Agriculture Majors of Alternative Versus Conventional Agricultural Paradigms" (Graham). Poster abstracts include "Curriculum Model for Distance Education AgEdS 315 Leadership and Group Dynamics" (Carter, Teig); "Biotechnology and Agriscience Research Course and Curriculum Development" (Wilson); "Learning Assessment Tool for a New Natural Resources Curriculum in Utah's Agricultural Education Program" (Middleton, Francis, Call, Straquadine); "Teaching Portfolios" (Thompson, Nelson); "Integrating Animal Science Courses in High School Agricultural Education Programs in North Carolina" (Gibson, Mathias, Hass); and "Using Real Cases for Instruction" (Graham). (YLB)
Descriptors: Adult Education, Agribusiness, Agricultural Education, Agricultural Sciences, Animation, Beginning Teachers, Block Scheduling, Career Awareness, Cognitive Style, Distance Education, Educational Assessment, Educational Needs, Educational Research, Educational Technology, Elementary Secondary Education, Entrepreneurship, Environmental Education, Evaluation Methods, Extension Agents, Extension Education, Farmers, Foreign Countries, Formative Evaluation, Higher Education, Inservice Education, Land Grant Universities, Leadership Training, Needs Assessment, Pollution, Predictive Measurement, Preservice Teachers, Professional Development, Program Evaluation, Program Improvement, Protocol Analysis, Research Methodology, School Holding Power, Science Education, Service Learning, Student Attitudes, Student Organizations, Student Participation, Student Recruitment, Student Teaching, Teacher Attitudes, Teacher Education, Undergraduate Study, Volunteers
For full text: http://www.aged.tamu.edu/conferences/NAERC2000/index.html.
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings; Information Analyses; Reports - Research
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Practitioners; Researchers; Teachers
Sponsor: Association for Career and Technical Education, Alexandria, VA. Agricultural Education Division.
Authoring Institution: American Association for Agricultural Education. Research Commitee.
Identifiers - Location: Florida; Iowa; Minnesota; Montana; New Mexico; North Carolina; Peru; South Carolina; Texas; Utah; Virginia