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Alyssa Degreenia; Joy Morgan; Melissa Hendrickson – Career and Technical Education Research, 2023
With the increasing globalization of companies and the workforce, specifically within the agricultural industry, educators seek to prepare workers with technical and soft skills that will allow employability in multicultural environments. Using the lens of Transformative Learning Theory and Self Determination Theory, we examined how a study abroad…
Descriptors: Agricultural Education, Study Abroad, Undergraduate Students, Agriculture Teachers
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Copenheaver, Carolyn A.; Woosnam, Kyle M.; Fuhrman, Nicholas E. – Natural Sciences Education, 2023
Teaching awards provide faculty members external validation of their excellence in the classroom and opens pathways for leadership and research collaboration. The objective of this study was to identify barriers and facilitators experienced by faculty members during the nomination process. We conducted semi-structured interviews with 12 faculty…
Descriptors: Barriers, Affordances, Agriculture Teachers, Natural Resources
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Dharmendra Kalauni; Laura A. Warner; Colby J. Silvert; Cody Gusto; John M. Diaz; Jaret Daniels – Journal of Agricultural Education, 2023
This study was designed to understand the current state of wildlife-friendly landscape maintenance practices and the associated barriers and motivations among Florida green industry professionals. A Delphi technique to achieve consensus, along with descriptive survey questions, was used to facilitate feedback from Florida-based green industry…
Descriptors: Wildlife, Agricultural Education, Extension Education, Conservation (Environment)
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Becky Haddad; Jonathan Velez; Josh Stewart; Haden Botkin – Journal of Agricultural Education, 2023
While the choice to move to a new school is personal, many play a role in justifying that choice for the mobile teacher. These justifiers--or "influencers"--make up the socializing network for teachers (in this case, SBAE teachers) in new settings. Our study outlined how mobile SBAE teachers rationalize the choice to change schools and…
Descriptors: Agricultural Education, Agriculture Teachers, Faculty Mobility, Job Applicants
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Trent Wells; Jay Solomonson; Mark Hainline; Bryan Rank; Matthew Wilson; Skyler Rinker; Steven Boot Chumbley – Journal of Agricultural Education, 2023
Fundamentally, agricultural teacher education programs and their faculty are tasked with preparing competent teachers capable of teaching students enrolled in public schools. As part of their design, an important facet of these programs is ensuring pre-service teachers are ready to provide educational opportunities in aspects of school-based…
Descriptors: Agricultural Education, Agricultural Skills, Skill Development, Agriculture Teachers
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Kellie Claflin; Josh Stewart; Haley Q. Traini – Journal of Agricultural Education, 2024
Utilizing Wenger's (1998) work of Communities of Practice and hermeneutic phenomenology, the purpose of this study was to examine the phenomenon of participation among alternatively certified agriculture teachers in the agriculture teacher community of practice. Two themes emerged as we interpreted the findings: (1) we're all in this together, and…
Descriptors: Alternative Teacher Certification, Agriculture Teachers, Communities of Practice, Sense of Community
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Disberger, Brandie; Washburn, Shannon; Hock, Gaea; Ulmer, Jonathon – Journal of Agricultural Education, 2023
This longitudinal qualitative phenomenological case study seeks to understand beginning agriculture teachers' experiences and how their attitudes toward teaching evolve over time. The research included visits to the teachers' facilities, monthly interviews, reflection exercises, and focus groups. Initial coding included magnitude and in vivo…
Descriptors: Statistical Analysis, Agriculture Teachers, Teacher Attitudes, Attitude Change
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Schmidt, Kirby J.; Milliken, D. Brett; Gonz├ílez Morales, Amy M.; Traini, Haley Q.; Velez, Jonathan J. – Journal of Agricultural Education, 2022
Sources of satisfaction, stress, and burnout are all-too-familiar to school-based agricultural education (SBAE) teachers. Yet, the current literature related to SBAE stress has not addressed the overwhelming existence of trauma in our greater society. Teacher wellbeing can be compromised when students share their own adversities and traumatic…
Descriptors: Trauma, Agriculture Teachers, Beginning Teachers, Stress Variables
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Claflin, Kellie; Stewart, Josh; Traini, Haley Q. – Journal of Agricultural Education, 2023
Teacher shortages in agricultural education are one reason for an increase in alternatively certified teachers, with 22.8% of new hires in school-based agricultural education (SBAE) being alternative licensure route completers in 2018. While prior research in SBAE has provided insight into the needs of alternatively certified teachers, we do not…
Descriptors: Alternative Teacher Certification, Agriculture Teachers, Teaching Methods, Teacher Attitudes
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Nowakowski, Kylie M.; Marzolino, Tiffany A.; McKim, Aaron – Journal of Agricultural Education, 2023
There are many benefits to being involved in a school-based agricultural education program (SBAE). Engagement of students in SBAE programs provides students with a milieu of opportunities; as such, it is imperative to determine strategies for recruitment and retention that are impactful. Research surrounding the recruitment and retention of SBAE…
Descriptors: Agriculture Teachers, Agricultural Education, Student Recruitment, Program Effectiveness
Rada, Lavyne Louise – ProQuest LLC, 2023
Teachers must be retained in the profession to meet the ever-growing demand for SBAE teachers across the United States. Although the literature has identified several factors which influence SBAE teacher retention, previous research has not examined the psychological needs satisfaction of Minnesota SBAE teachers. While critical to retention,…
Descriptors: Agriculture Teachers, Agricultural Education, Psychological Needs, Satisfaction
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Traini, Haley; Roberts, Richie; Osbourne, Ed; Park, Travis; Yopp, Ashley – Journal of Agricultural Education, 2023
Because of discrepancies among U.S. states regarding how they assess school-based agricultural education (SBAE) teacher performance and program quality, little knowledge has existed regarding how these differences might influence critical decisions regarding hiring, pay, promotion, and dismissal. In response, the purpose of our study was to…
Descriptors: Agricultural Education, Agriculture Teachers, Program Evaluation, State Standards
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Hainline, Mark; Smalley, Scott – Journal of Agricultural Education, 2023
School-based agricultural education (SBAE) teachers face challenges and difficulties while working in the agricultural education profession. Burnout, work and family life balance, and time management are just a few of the challenges. The professional development needs of agricultural educators should be addressed. Fessler and Christensen (1992)…
Descriptors: Agricultural Education, Agriculture Teachers, Faculty Development, Curriculum Design
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Claflin, Kellie; Stewart, Josh; Traini, Haley Q. – Journal of Agricultural Education, 2022
Alternative certification is often seen by policymakers and local school districts as the answer to the teacher shortage problem. Yet, little is known about the experiences of alternatively certified teachers in agricultural education. This case study sought to explore the experiences of alternatively certified agriculture teachers through a…
Descriptors: Teaching Experience, Alternative Teacher Certification, Agriculture Teachers, Agricultural Education
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Amy Cosby; Eloise S. Fogarty; Jaime Manning – Journal of Agricultural Education, 2023
Technology use in agriculture or "AgTech" (Agricultural Technology), is rapidly changing conventional farming practices and decision-making processes. To ensure the industry can successfully harness the power of AgTech, digital skill development of workers is crucial. This can be achieved by adequate education of the future workforce,…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Agricultural Education, Technology, Agriculture Teachers
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