Presentations – 2012

Using Hand-held Electronic Responders in the Classroom. Association for Career and Technical Education. Atlanta. November 29.

Using Humor in Teaching. Montana Association for Career and Technical Education, Billings, October 18.

Searching for the Wizard of Oz in the CTE Classroom.  Montana Association for Career and Technical Education, Billings, October 18.

Becoming a 2nd Mile Teacher. North Carolina Association of Career and Technical Education, Clemmons, October 4.

Balancing Priorities for CTE Educators. Region II Association for Career and Technical Education, Greenville, SC, September 29.

The History and Evolution of the Outhouse: Implications for CTE Leaders. North Carolina Association for Career and Technical Education Administrative Division, Concord, NC, September 26.

Balancing Priorities: What the Research Shows.North Carolina Extension Association of Family and Consumer Sciences, Wrightsville Beach, August 26.

Suffer the Little Children: How Boys’ Corn Clubs and Girls’ Tomato Clubs Changed Rural America!  Chautauqua Institution, Chautauqua, New York. August 5.

The Leadership Pyramid.  Colorado Association for Career and Technical Education, Pueblo, July 16.

Being an Effective Teacher: What the Research Says.  Colorado Association for Career and Technical Education, Pueblo, July 15.

 

The History and Evolution of the Outhouse: With Implications for CTE.  Association for Career and Technical Education., Region IV. Albuquerque, NM, April 20.

Being an Effective Teacher: What the Research Says. Paper presented to the Association for Career and Technical Education., Region IV. Albuquerque, NM, April 20.

The History and Evolution of the Outhouse: Lessons for Today. Association for Career and Technical Education, Region V. Jackson Hole, WY, April 13.

Searching for the Wizard of Oz at Virginia Tech. College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, Virginia Tech. Blacksburg, March 22.

Achieving Equity for Females in Agricultural Education: The Development of Tomato Clubs.  American Association for Agricultural Education, Southern Region. Birmingham, Feb. 6.