Presentations – 2016

Winning World War II: The Involvement of the Farmer, Children, and Women. Wayne County Library Program. Mt. Olive, NC. November 3.

A Conversation With Representative Dudley Hughes Regarding the Smith-Hughes Act of 1917. National Association of Supervisors of Agricultural Education, Indianapolis, IN.  October 18.

Agricultural Education in America: More Than Cows, Sows and Plows. Cochran Fellows (Jamaica), Raleigh, August 14.

Searching for the Wizard of Oz in the Agricultural Education Classroom. Vocational Agriculture Teachers Association of Texas. Corpus Christi. July 26.

Live Like You are Dying: How to Get Control of Your Time and Life. Arizona Agriculture Teachers Association. Tucson, July 18.

What is the Job of the Agriculture Teacher?: Changing Lives.  Beginning Arizona Agriculture Teachers. Tucson, July 16

Live Like You are Dying: How to Get Control of Your Time and Life. Tennessee Agriculture Teachers Association. Murfreesboro, July 13

Booker T. Washington and Julius Rosenwald: Transforming Education for Black Children in the South – The Story of  the Rosenwald School Program.  Chautauqua Institution, Chautauqua, New York.  July 5.

No Regrets: Balancing Professional and Family Responsibilities.  New York Agriculture Teachers Association. Albany, June 28.

Gathering to Cultivate Student Success: A Comparison of the Views of Professors, Undergraduate and Graduate Students Regarding the Importance of  “Gathering” in Distance Education Classes.  North American Colleges and Teachers of Agriculture.  Manoa, Hawaii. June 23,

How To Organize And Deliver An Online Class To Meet Student Learning Expectations. North American Colleges and Teachers of Agriculture. June 22, Manoa, Hawaii.

From Moon Farming to Satellite Farming: The Evolution and Future of Agriculture in America.  Philadelphia Society for Promoting Agriculture, Philadelphia, June 2.

Lest We Forget: Remembering the New Farmers of America. Pennsylvania FFA Association State Officers. Philadelphia, June 2.

A Comparison of the Perceptions of Agricultural Education Professors with Undergraduate and Graduate Students Regarding the Importance of Student-to-Student Interaction in Distance Education Classes.  American Association for Agricultural Education. Kansas City, May 20.

No Regrets: Balancing Professional and Family Responsibilities. Guilford & Alamance County Extension Service. Greensboro. April 29.

From Moon Farming to Satellite Farming: An Overview of the Last 100 Years in Agriculture. Pamlico County Historical Association. Bayboro, NC. April 25.

The History and Evolution of the Outhouse. Bedford over 55 Club. Raleigh. February 11.

Best Practices in Distance Education. American Association for Agricultural Education – Southern Region. San Antonio, February 8.

A Comparison of the Perceptions of Agricultural Education Professors with Undergraduate and Graduate Students Regarding the Importance of Student-to-Student Interaction in Distance Education Classes. American Association for Agricultural Education – Southern Region. San Antonio, February 7.

Searching for the Wizard of Oz in the Agricultural Education Classroom.  North Carolina Agriculture Teachers Association. Shelby, NC. January 31.

 What’s the Cache? Using GPS and Geocaching in the Classroom. North Carolina Agriculture Teachers Association. Shelby, NC. January 30.

From Paddles to Privies: The History and Evolution of the Outhouse. Kirk of Kildaire Presbyterian Church. Cary. January 21.

Presentations – 2015

Presentations – 2014

Presentations – 2013