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Weslee Potts; Amber H. Rice – Journal of Agricultural Education, 2024
This phenomenological study was conducted to ascertain Generation Z's attitudes and perspectives regarding agrofood philanthropy. To effectively engage the upcoming generation as philanthropists, it is necessary to determine how they define philanthropy, what motivates them to give, how they have already participated in philanthropic efforts, and…
Descriptors: Age Groups, Private Financial Support, Organizations (Groups), Agronomy
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Samuel Ikendi; Francis Owusu; Dorothy Masinde; Ann Oberhauser; Carmen Bain – Journal of Agricultural Education, 2024
In Uganda, limited agricultural extensionists have always hampered the capacity development efforts of farmers, necessitating partnerships with local and international organizations. This study assessed the progress made by the Iowa State University Center for Sustainable Rural Livelihoods (CSRL) toward ending hunger in Uganda. The CSRL partners…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Partnerships in Education, Agricultural Occupations, Extension Education
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Bradley M. Coleman; J. C. Bunch; T. Grady Roberts – Journal of Agricultural Education, 2024
While all learning and knowledge can be attributed to experiences, not all experiences are educative. Experiential learning is a highly utilized theory and pedagogical practice in agricultural education and has been since its inception as a discipline. The purpose of this research is to examine the theory of experiential learning as it applies to…
Descriptors: Agricultural Education, Experiential Learning, Educational Theories, Models
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Christopher J. Eck; Jason Davis – Journal of Agricultural Education, 2024
Although School based agricultural education (SBAE) teachers have a variety of responsibilities within a comprehensive program, supervised agricultural experience (SAE) programs are considered an intracurricular component. Unfortunately, the ability for teachers to plan for and facilitate SAEs has been reported as lacking. The purpose of this…
Descriptors: Agricultural Education, Barriers, Program Implementation, Middle School Students
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Brittney Heibel; Ryan Anderson; Marshall Swafford; Bradley Borges – Journal of Agricultural Education, 2024
Virtual reality (VR) technology is an advanced modern resource commonly integrated into various forms of training. VR training simulations are customizable in that quality-grading parameter settings, physical environment, and user capacity can be modified to personal or professional preference. In this study, VR technology training practices are…
Descriptors: Technology Integration, Computer Simulation, Sequential Approach, Training Methods
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Rebecca G. Lawver; Scott W. Smalley; Dustin K. Perry; Michael L. Pate – Journal of Agricultural Education, 2024
Vocational and technical education programs continue to play a pivotal role in developing workers' occupational safety and health skills in all industries. The Agricultural Safety Education Initiative was first conducted in the summer of 2017 as a multi-year "Train the Trainer" program to improve teachers' tractor and machinery…
Descriptors: Vocational Education, Agricultural Education, Inservice Teacher Education, Vocational Education Teachers
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Scott Smalley; Mark Hainline – Journal of Agricultural Education, 2024
The integration of science within an agricultural education classroom is very important. This study explored the influences CASE professional development institutes had on the teacher-participant's perceptions of science integration and inquiry-based instruction. This study utilized a pre and post-test comprised of the integrative science survey…
Descriptors: Agricultural Education, High School Teachers, Vocational Education Teachers, Interdisciplinary Approach
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Justin Pulley; Dee Jepsen; Amanda Bowling; Tracy Kitchel – Journal of Agricultural Education, 2024
Agricultural Education uses a combination of classroom and laboratory instruction, experiential learning, and leadership education to prepare students for jobs in industry. With the recent promotion of Virtual Reality (VR), Augmented Reality (AR), and Mixed Reality (MR) as an option for educational programs, this technology allows teachers to…
Descriptors: Agricultural Education, Agriculture Teachers, Teaching Experience, Computer Simulation
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Bradley Coleman; J. C. Bunch; T. Grady Roberts; Glenn D. Israel; Allen F. Wysocki – Journal of Agricultural Education, 2024
Experiential learning is widely used at the post-secondary level, but it requires intentional curricular planning, and proper facilitation from the instructor. The effects of experiential learning in agricultural education settings at the higher education level have not been tested extensively. Therefore, additional examination is needed to inform…
Descriptors: Experiential Learning, Reflection, Transfer of Training, Agricultural Education
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Jarred A. Shellhouse; Matt Benge; Cecilia E. Suarez; J. C. Bunch – Journal of Agricultural Education, 2024
We examined the mentor-protégé relationship and the foundational pillars that make the relationship effective. Through a phenomenological design, we conducted interviews with student leaders to discuss their relationship with their self-identified most significant mentor. Using leader-member exchange and mentor relationship theory as a lens, we…
Descriptors: Mentors, Interpersonal Relationship, Student Leadership, Student Attitudes
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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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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
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Ramage Martin, Raegan; Pigg, Janiece; Roberts, Richie; Stair, Kristin S. – Journal of Agricultural Education, 2023
The year 2020 marked an era of change and demanded that educators across the globe adapt in new and innovative ways. In secondary agricultural education, teachers experienced significant transitions as a majority of K-12 schools shifted to remote, distance, and online instructional models. Therefore, teachers' position requirements, obligations,…
Descriptors: Beginning Teachers, Agriculture Teachers, Secondary School Teachers, Agricultural Education
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Morey, Tiffany; Foster, Daniel; Ewing, John – Journal of Agricultural Education, 2023
Digital literacy, technology self-efficacy, and attitude toward technology play an impactful role in the life of teachers. Proficiency in digital literacy and technology self-efficacy, along with a positive attitude toward technology, can predict and shape an educator's capacity to implement best practices for teaching and learning with…
Descriptors: Computer Mediated Communication, Mentors, Agricultural Education, Digital Literacy
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