Ph.D., University of Florida, Agricultural Education and Communication, 2018
M.S., University of Florida, Agricultural Education and Communication, 2009
B.S., West Virginia University, Agricultural and Extension Education, 2007
AG_ED 110 – Introduction to Agricultural Education
AG_ED 450 – Planning, Curriculum, & Techniques in Agricultural Education
AG_ED 440 – Principles of Career & Technical Education
AG_ED 471 – Student Organizations in Agricultural Education
AG_ED 407 – Student Teaching in Agricultural Education
AG_ED 430 – Reinforcing Core Academics in Agricultural Education
My research interests focus on the added value of school-based agricultural education programs for student learning and development. I am aiming to collect evidence on how agricultural education programs contribute to the overall educational goals of a school system as well as the learning and development needs of students in order to justify continued investment into these programs. My current research investigates the impact of restorative learning environments used in agricultural education, such as school gardens, greenhouses, and farms, on the stress levels and attention capacity of students.
Easterly III, R.G., A.J. Warner, B.E. Myers, A.J. Lamm, and R.W. Telg. 2017. Skills students need in the real world: Competencies desired by agricultural and natural resource industry leaders. Journal of Agricultural Education, 58(4), 225-239.
Warner, A.J., and B.E. Myers. 2013. Variable relationships affecting agriscience teachers’ stages of concern for content area reading strategies. Journal of Agricultural Education, 54(1), 193-206.
Warner, A.J. and B.E. Myers. 2011. Agriscience teachers’ concern profiles for content area reading strategies. Journal of Agricultural Education, 52(4), 109-122.