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Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN  
June 28 - July 1, 2017

Conference Contact: 

Dennis Buckmaster, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 
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https://www.nactateachers.org/index.php/nacta-videos/annual-nacta-conference/video/nacta-conference-2017

 

Complete Conference website PDF

2017 NACTA Conference Program

2017 NACTA Awards Booklet

2017 NACTA Abstracts

 

** Inactive presentations will become active as files are received


 

Blue Ribbon Speaker
Dr. Jeff Hattey, Assistant Dean, The Ohio State University"Are You My Teacher?"
 
Keynote Speaker
Ms. Beth Bechdol, President and CEO of AgriNovis Indiana "Indiana's Agbiosciences - Creating a Movement, Forcing Collisions, and Growing Talent"

 

Saturday Workshops

Ann Marie VanDerZanden, Iowa State University —
Advancing Your Scholarly Teaching into the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
 
John G. Graveel, Purdue University —
Active Learning Facilities and Their Use
 
Gary Wingenbach, Texas A&M —
 
Dennis Buckmaster, Purdue University —
 
Brian Pearson, University of Florida —
Food Truths from Farm to Table: Classroom discussion exercises and divisive debate in courses of agriculture
 
O.P. McCubbins, Tennessee Tech University —

 

 

Oral Presentations


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Poster Presentations


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NACTA Conferences


As a member of NACTA, you have the opportunity to attend an annual conference each year at a reduced registration fee, but why should you? By attending the conference, you are able to connect with and learn from others who share the same passion for the improvement of teaching and learning in agriculture, food and natural resources. The annual NACTA conference will provide you with new teaching techniques, ideas and resources. It is also one of the best professional development activities for networking with other teaching professionals where the common discipline is “teaching.” 
 

In addition to learning from others, the conference gives you the opportunity to present your own ideas in oral or poster presentation. Each year about 250 abstracts are presented at the NACTA Conference, and these are published in a supplement to the NACTA Journal. Graduate students can enter the annual poster contest and win cash. Besides the interaction with other teaching professionals, the NACTA Conference is held on different college and university campuses across the U.S and Canada! Attending the annual NACTA Conference is a professional development and networking  experience for all those who attend.


 

Join NACTA, submit an abstract for the Conference and register to attend the next NACTA Conference. Make it a habit to attend and become involved in the NACTA organization. 

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2016 NACTA Conference Website

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website PDF (will be added soon) 

2016 NACTA Conference Program

2016 NACTA Awards Booklet

2016 NACTA Abstracts


** Inactive presentations will become active as files are received


 

Blue Ribbon Speaker
Dr. Anne Marie VanDerZan, Iowa State University - Millennials and Me

Keynote Speaker
Kyle Datta, Ulupono Initiative - Systems, Complexity, and Adaptation: The Educator’s Challenge

Friday Workshops


Workshop 1:
USDA-Sponsored Workshop — Boosting Student Enrollment: Successful Recruitment Courses in Food and Agricultural Sciences
Facilitator: Maria Stewart, University of Hawai‘i at Manoa
Panelists: Dr. Thomas Famula, University of California, Davis

Workshop 2:
Teaching Indigenous Agriculture: Hawaiian Approaches to Integrate Traditional Crops and Cropping Systems in Today’s Training
Programs and Curricula
Facilitator: Tiare Silvasy, University of Hawai‘i at Manoa

Workshop 3:
Facilitator: Dana Minihan Ladner, Kansas Department of Agriculture

Workshop 4:
Assessment – Not a 4-Letter Word! Meaningful and Manageable Strategies for Assessing Student Learning Outcomes
Facilitator: Karen Cachevki Williams, University of Wyoming, Laramie

Workshop 5:
Advancing Your Scholarly Teaching into the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL)
Facilitators: Ann Marie VanDerZanden and Cindy Haynes, Iowa State University

Workshop 6:
Strategic Study Abroad Course Development and Assessment
Facilitator: Laura White, New Mexico State University

 

Poster and Oral Presentations by abstract number

 

Poster Presentations              Oral Presentations

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NACTA Conference Tours Information


Tour 1– Agritourism and Research Facility (Closed)

 

Tour 2– Organic and GM Agriculture  (Closed)                      

 

Tour 3– Aquaponics and Arboretum  (Closed)

 

Tour 4– Research Station and Fishpond

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