2016 TxDLA Conference

Wednesday, March 30th, 2016
10:00 AM - 10:40 AM: Poster Sessions & Coffee in Exhibit Hall
Assessment of Self-Regulated Learning Level in Hybrid Agriculture Courses
Students who successfully regulate and change their learning know where and how to acquire the knowledge needed to be successful in the online environment. This project sought to determine the online self-regulated learning level of students in an hybrid in-class/online agriculture course.
Track: Research
Presenters:
 
Dr. Ryan Rhoades, Texas A&M University-Kingsville
Dr. Rhoades is an Associate Professor at Texas A&M University-Kingsville and King Ranch® Institute for Ranch Management. Ryan received a Ph.D. in Beef Cattle Production at Texas A&M University. Ryan's research focus has been on the development of ranching production and management systems models used as teaching and decision support tools for students and producers. He has an outreach appointment where he is responsible for coordinating and leading a newly developed "Excellence in Ag Leadership" program for KRIRM graduate students and other high potential leaders in the beef industry. Ryan teaches Agribusiness and Leadership courses for undergraduate and graduate students.
 
Dr. Steven Chumbley, Texas A&M University-Kingsville, Assistant Professor
Originally from San Antonio, TX, Dr. Chumbley received his bachelors in agricultural education from Texas A&M University. After graduation he served as an agriculture science teacher and high school administrator in San Antonio ISD and Bandera ISD. He received his Masters in Educational Administration from Texas A&M University-Kingsville before pursuing a Ph. D in Agriculture Education and Leadership from Texas Tech University.From 2011-2015 Dr. Chumbley worked as an assistant professor of Agriculture Education at Eastern New Mexico University and was Director of a statewide Agriculture Dual Enrollment program serving over 1,400 students.