221 Undergraduate Education: I

Oral Session
ASA Section: Education & Extension
Agronomy courses in college-level academic programs provide undergraduate students the scientific foundations necessary to formulate practical and applied decisions that relate to crop production and management. This oral presentation session will serve as platform for the presentation and subsequent discussions on classroom management, development of agronomy programs, alternative teaching methods, student recruitment, promotion of minority groups in Agronomy, course assessment and other topics related to Agronomy teaching.

Approved for 1.5 PD CEUs.


Undergraduate Education Community

Undergraduate Education Community

Tuesday, November 17, 2015: 10:00 AM-11:35 AM
Minneapolis Convention Center, L100 C

Sergio Manacpo Abit Jr.
Sergio Manacpo Abit Jr.
10:00 AM
Introductory Remarks
10:35 AM
Life Cycle of Students: Different Steps and Perspectives Along the Science Education Path.
Paula M. Gale, University of Tennessee-Martin; Kevin M. Pitz, University of Tennessee at Martin
11:05 AM
Should Smartphones be Used to Facilitate a New Approach to Agronomy Education?.
Marshall M. Hay, Kansas State University; Kevin J. Donnelly, Kansas State University; Kim J. Kerschen, Kansas State University
11:20 AM
Training Agronomy Undergraduates for Mission-Based Service: Curriculum Design.
Elizabeth A. Guertal, Auburn University; Julie A. Howe, Auburn University; Steve Hague, Texas A&M University; Terry J. Gentry, Texas A&M University
11:35 AM