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Dr. Julie Harlin

Harlin, Dr. Julie
Dr. Julie Harlin
Associate Professor
Office:
243 Agriculture and Life Sciences Building - AGLS
Email:
Phone:
(979) 862-3014
Resume/CV
Undergraduate Education
B.S. (Texas A&M University) 1993
Graduate Education
M.S. (Texas A&M University) 1994
Ph.D. (Oklahoma State University) 1999
Awards
2015 College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Dean's Outstanding Achievement Award - Teaching Category
2014 Distinguished Teaching Award Recipient, Southern Region AAAE
2013 Best Article Award, Journal of Career and Technical Education
2009 Student Lead Award for Teaching Excellence (SLATE) Finalist, Fall 2009, Texas A&M University.
2009 Student Lead Award for Teaching Excellence (SLATE) Recipient, Spring 2009, Texas A&M University.
2008 2nd Place Author of the Year, Journal of Agricultural Education.
2008 Student Lead Award for Teaching Excellence (SLATE) Finalist, Fall 2008., Texas A&M University
Courses Taught
Current Courses:
ALEC 601 - Advanced Methods in Agricultural Education
ALEC 630 - Guidance and Counseling for Rural Youth
ALEC 640 - Methods of Technological Change
ALEC 681 - Seminar
Previous Courses:
AGSC 380—Workshop in Agricultural Science
AGSC 402—Designing Instruction for Secondary Agricultural Science Programs
AGSC 425, 436, 481, 484—Student Teaching Internship
ALEC 602—Advanced Instructional Design in Agricultural Science
Research Topical Area
Delivery methods, learner centered instructional design
Research Skillset
Needs assessment, program evaluation
Research Framework
Professional Interests
Teacher Effectiveness; Teaching Efficacy; At Risk Youth
Selected Publications

Murphrey, T.P., Lane, K., Harlin, J. & Cherry, A. (In Press). An Examination of Pre-service Agricultural Science Teachers’ Interest and Participation in International Experiences: Motivations and Barriers. Journal of Agricultural Education.

McKim, B. R., Rayfield, J. S., Harlin, J. & Adams, A. (2012). Stress Levels of Agricultural Science Student Teachers and Cooperating Teachers. Journal of Career and Technical Education.

Murphrey, T.P., Harlin, J. & Rayfield, J. (2012). Collaboration as a tool to improve technical education: A qualitative study of successful collaboration among Extension agents and agricultural science teachers. Journal of Career and Technical Education.

Murphrey, T.P., Harlin, J. & Rayfield, J. (2011). An Evaluation of Successful Collaboration Among Agricultural Science Teachers and Extension Agents in Texas. Journal of Agricultural Education.

Roberts, T. G., Greiman, B. C., Murphy, T. H., Ricketts, J. C., Harlin, J. F., & Briers, G. E. (2009). Changes in student teachers’ intention to teach during student teaching. Journal of Agricultural Education. 

Roberts, T. G., Harlin, J. F., & Briers, G. E. (2008) Peer modeling and teaching efficacy: The influence of two student teachers at the same time. Journal of Agricultural Education, 49(2), 13-26.

Roberts, T. G., Harlin, J. F., & Briers, G. E. (2007). The relationship between teaching efficacy and personality type of cooperating teachers. Journal of Agricultural Education, 48(4), 55-66.

Harlin, J. F., Roberts, T. G., Briers, G. E., Mowen, D. L., Edgar, D. W. (2007).  A longitudinal examination of teaching efficacy of agricultural science student teachers at four different institutions.  Journal of Agricultural Education, 48(3), 78-90.