Gary Moore

 

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Dr. Gary E. Moore, Professor

Agricultural and Extension Education

Office address:
Box 7607 NCSU
Room 201 Ricks Hall
1 Lampe Drive
North Carolina State University
Raleigh, NC 27695 - 7607

Office phone (919) 515-1756 
Cell phone (919) 280-7047
Fax (919) 513-1169
E-Mail: gary_moore@ncsu.edu


Education

The Ohio State University: Ph.D. in Agricultural Education (1975)
The Ohio State University: M.S. in Agricultural Education (1973)
Tarleton State University (Texas A&M System): B. S. in Agricultural Education (1969)


Biographic Information

Dr. Moore grew up on a livestock ranch in Central Texas. He was active in the FFA as a high school student and earned the American FFA Degree. After graduating from Tarleton State University (Texas) with a degree in Agricultural Education he taught high school agriculture for 4 years, first in Kansas and then in Ohio. He then joined the faculty at Ohio State where he taught the Introduction to Agricultural Education course while working on his graduate degrees.

After graduate school, Dr. Moore taught at Purdue University (but it was too cold); then he went to LSU (but it was too hot); so he came to North Carolina State University in 1989 and has been here every since because it is just right.

Dr. Moore is a widower and has two grown children (plus two grandkids). In his spare time he enjoys geocaching.

Professional Honors/Offices/Recognitions

Distinguished Teaching Award, American Association for Agricultural Education (2016)
UNC Board of Governors Award for Excellence in Teaching for the NCSU College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (2016) 
Outstanding Graduate Instructor, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, North Carolina State University (2014)
Omicron Tau Theta, Outstanding Professional Service Award (2011)
President, Association for Career and Technical Education (2010-2011)
Outstanding Career and Technical Education Professional, North Carolina Association of Career and Technical Education (2008)
President, American Association for Agricultural Education (2007-2009)
Distinguished Alumni Award, Tarleton State University (2007)
Russell Guin Outstanding Agricultural Educator Award, American Association for Agricultural Education (2003)

Southern Region Distinguished Teaching Award, American Association for Agricultural Education (1998)
Ensminger-Interstate Distinguished Teaching Award, North American Colleges and Teachers of Agriculture (1996)
President, Alpha Tau Alpha (National Agricultural Education Honorary (1995-1997)
Distinguished Service Award, Association for Career and Technical Education Research (1995)
Southern Region Distinguished Research Award, American Association for Agricultural Education (1993)
Fellow, American Association for Agricultural Education (1992)
President, American Vocational Education Research Association (1992)
H. M. "Hub" Cotton Distinguished Faculty Award, Louisiana State University (1989)

Teaching Fellow, North American Colleges and Teachers of Agriculture (1988)
Southern Region Outstanding Teacher, North American Colleges and Teachers of Agriculture (1988)

Outstanding Teaching Award, Gamma Sigma Delta — College of Agriculture — Louisiana State University (1987)
Outstanding Professor in the College of Agriculture, Agricultural Student Association — Louisiana State University (1986)
"Excellence in Teaching" Award, School of Humanities, Social Studies, and Education — Purdue University (1979)
Outstanding Secondary Education Teaching Award, Kappa Delta Pi (student education honorary) — Purdue University (1979)
Outstanding Graduate Associate Teaching Award, The Ohio State University (1975)
Outstanding Young Member Award for Ohio, National Vocational Agriculture Teachers Association (1973)

Primary Teaching Responsibilities

AEE 226 Computer Applications and Information Technology in Agricultural & Extension Education 
AEE 322 Experiential Learning in Agriculture
AEE 500 Agricultural Education, Schools and Society
AEE 501 Foundations of Agricultural and Extension Education
AEE 507 Comparative Agricultural and Extension Education
AEE 578 Scientific Inquiry in Agricultural and Extension Education

Primary Research Interests

History and Philosophy of Agricultural and Extension Education
Teaching with Technology
Teaching Effectiveness

Publications/Presentations
 

2017

Moore, G. E.  (2017). The Smith-Hughes Act: Looking Back, Looking Forward. To be presented to the Washington Association for Career and Technical Education. Spokane, WA. August 9.

Moore, G. E. (2017) Searching for the Wizard of Oz in the Agricultural Education Program. To be presented to the North Carolina Agriculture Teachers Association. Greensboro, NC. July 26

Jayaratne, K.S.U. & Moore, G. E. (in press). Perceptions of College Students toward Online Classes: Implications for Teaching Online. NACTA (North American Colleges and Teachers of Agriculture) Journal

Moore, G. E. (2017). Where Would We Be Without the Smith-Hughes Act? To be presented to the Michigan Retired Agriculture Teachers Organization. July 20, West Lansing.

Moore, G. E. (2017). The History and Evolution of the Outhouse. To be presented to the Fountain Park Chautauqua in Remington, Indiana, July 17. 

Moore, G. E. (2017) When Should PowerPoint Presentations Be Made Available to Students? To be presented to the North American Colleges and Teachers of Agriculture. West Lafayette, IN. June 29.

Jayaratne, K.S.U. & Moore, G. E. (2017). Recommendations of Agriculture Professors in Teaching Online Courses Effectively. To be presented to the North American Colleges and Teachers of Agriculture. West Lafayette, IN. June 29.

Moore, G. E. (2017). World War I, Food Production, and Suffrage: The Story of the Women's Land Army. To be presented to the Chautauqua Institution, Chautauqua, New York, June 27.

Moore, G. E.  (2017). A Conversation with Representative Dudley Hughes Regarding the Smith-Hughes Act of 1917. To be presented to the New York Agricultural Teachers  Association. June 22. Camp Oswegatchie, New York

Moore, G. E. (2017). Where Would You Be Without the Smith-Hughes Act? To be presented to the North Carolina FFA Association. June 20, Raleigh.

Moore, G. E. (2017)The PowerPoint Dilemma: When Should Professors Make their Class PowerPoint Presentations Available to Students? To be presented to the American Association for Agricultural Education, May 19, San Luis Obispo, CA.

Simmons, M. & Moore, G. E.  (2017) .  GALA: A New Approach to SAE. To be presented  to  the American Association for Agricultural Education, May 18, San Luis Obispo, CA.

Moore, G. E. (2017, in press). The Women's Land Army of America and World War I. Tar Heel Junior Historian. (to be published in the spring of 2017)

Moore, G. E. (2017). Live Like You Were Dying. Presented to the Carteret County Government Employees, Morehead City. March 16

Moore, G. E. (2017). The History and Evolution of the Outhouse. Presented to the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Raleigh. March 4.

Moore, G. E. (2017. The Status of Agricultural Education Prior to the Smith-Hughes Act.  The Agricultural Education Magazine Vol. 89, No. 4, 21-23, 25. This was a reprint of an article that first appeared in The Agricultural Education Magzaine, Feb. 1987, Volume 59, No. 8, pp. 8-10.

Moore, G. E. (2017. What if the Smith-Hughes Act Never Existed? The Agricultural Education Magazine Vol. 89, No. 4, 5-7

Moore, G. E. (2017). Why Was the Smith-Hughes Act Needed? The Agricultural Education Magazine. Vol. 89, No. 4, 4. 

Moore, G. E. (2017). Booker T. Washington and Julius Rosenwald: Transforming Education for Black Children in the South - The Story of the Rosenwald School Program. Presented to the Kirk of Kildaire Presbyterian Church. Cary. February 16

Moore. G. E. (2017). The Smith-Hughes Act: The Road to It and What It Accomplished,  Techniques. Vol. 92, No. 1, 16-21. (Techniques is the Journal of the Association for Career and Technical Education)

Moore, G. E. (2017). Using Assessments for Improvement of Teaching. Paper presented to the TALENTS Leadership Academy cohort of the Kentucky Association for Career and Technical Education. Georgetown. January 14.

Moore, G. E. (2017). Becoming a 2nd Mile Leader. Paper presented to the TALENTS Leadership Academy cohort of the Kentucky Association for Career and Technical Education. Georgetown. January 14.

2016

Moore, G. E. (2016). Winning World War II: The Involvement of the Farmer, Children, and Women. Presentation for the Wayne County Library Program. November 3. Mt. Olive.

Moore, G. E. and Parr, B. (2016). A Conversation Between Senator Hoke Smith and Representative Dudley Hughes Regarding the Smith-Hughes Act of 1917. To be presented to the National Association of Supervisors of Agricultural Education, October 18. Indianapolis.

Long, M., Weeks, P., Moore, G., Buck, E., Overholt, M., & Park, T. (2016). The Measure of Agricultural Literacy: Before and After an Agricultural Experience. Poster presented to the American Association for Agricultural Education (North Central Region). October 7, West Lafayette, IN. 

Moore, G. E. (2016) Agricultural Education in America: More Than Cows, Sows and Plows. Presentation to the Cochran Fellows (Jamaica), Raleigh, August 14.

Moore, G. E. (2016). Searching for the Wizard of Oz in the Agricultural Education Classroom. Keynote presentation for the Vocational Agriculture Teachers Association of Texas. Corpus Christi. July 26.

Moore, G. E. (2016).  Live Like You are Dying: How to Get Control of Your Time and Life.  Keynote presentation for the Arizona Agriculture Teachers Association. Tucson, July 18.  

Moore, G. E. (2016).  What is the Job of the Agriculture Teacher?: Changing Lives  Presentation for the Beginning Arizona Agriculture Teachers. Tucson, July 16  

Moore, G. E. (2016).  Live Like You are Dying: How to Get Control of Your Time and Life.  Keynote presentation for the Tennessee Agriculture Teachers Association. Murfreesboro, July 13

Moore, G. E. (2016).  Booker T. Washington and Julius Rosenwald: Transforming Education for Black Children in the South - The Story of  the Rosenwald School Program.  Paper presented to the Chautauqua Institution, Chautauqua, New York.  July 5.

Moore, G. E. (2016).  No Regrets: Balancing Professional and Family Responsibilities.  Paper presented to the  New York Agriculture Teachers Association. Albany, June 28. 

Moore, G., Warner, W. , Bachelor, J. & Jones, D. (2016).  Gathering to Cultivate Student Success: A Comparison of the Views of Professors, Undergraduate and Graduate Students Regarding the Importance of  "Gathering" in Distance Education Classes.  Paper presented to the North American Colleges and Teachers of Agriculture. June 23, Manoa, Hawaii.

Jayaratne, J. & Moore, G. (2016). How To Organize And Deliver An Online Class To Meet Student Learning Expectations. Paper presented to the North American Colleges and Teachers of Agriculture. June 22, Manoa, Hawaii.

Moore, G. E. (2016). From Moon Farming to Satellite Farming: The Evolution and Future of Agriculture in America. Paper presented to the Philadelphia Society for Promoting Agriculture, Philadelphia, June 2.  

Moore, G. E. (2016). Lest We Forget: Remembering the New Farmers of America. Paper presented to the Pennsylvania FFA Association State Officers. Philadelphia, June 2. 

Moore, G., Warner, W. , Bachelor, J. & Jones, D. (2016). A Comparison of the Perceptions of Agricultural Education Professors with Undergraduate and Graduate Students Regarding the Importance of Student-to-Student Interaction in Distance Education Classes. Paper presented to the American Association for Agricultural Education. Kansas City, May 20.

Moore, G. (2016).  No Regrets: Balancing Professional and Family Responsibilities.  Paper presented to the Guilford & Alamance County Extension Service Faculty. Greensboro. April 29.

Moore, G. E. (2016). From Moon Farming to Satellite Farming: An Overview of the Last 100 Years in Agriculture. Paper to be presented to the Pamlico County Historical Association. April 25

Moore, G. E. (2016). The History and Evolution of the Outhouse. Presentation to the Bedford over 55 Club. Raleigh. February 11. 

Moore, G.,  Best Practices in Distance Education. Paper presented to the American Association for Agricultural Education - Southern Region. San Antonio, February 8.

Moore, G., Warner, W. , Bachelor, J. & Jones, D. (2016). A Comparison of the Perceptions of Agricultural Education Professors with Undergraduate and Graduate Students Regarding the Importance of Student-to-Student Interaction in Distance Education Classes. Paper presented to the American Association for Agricultural Education - Southern Region. San Antonio, February 7.

Moore, G. E. (2016). Searching for the Wizard of Oz in the Agricultural Education Classroom. Paper presented to the North Carolina Agriculture Teachers Association. Shelby, NC. January 31.

Moore, G. E., Warner, W. & Jones, D. W. (2016). Student-to-Student Interaction in Distance Education Classes: What Do Graduate Students Want? Journal of Agricultural Education57(2), 1-13. doi: 10.5032/jae.2016.02001

Moore, G. E. (2016). What's the Cache? Using GPS and Geocaching in the classroom. Paper presented to the North Carolina Agriculture Teachers Association. Shelby, NC. January 30.

Moore, G. E. (2016). From Paddles to Privies: The History and Evolution of the Outhouse. Presentation to the Kirk of Kildaire Presbyterian Church. Cary. January 21. 

 

2015

Moore, G. (2015).  No Regrets: Balancing Professional and Family Responsibilities.  Paper presented to the North Carolina Cooperative Extension Conference. Raleigh. December 9.

Moore, G. (2015). Agriculture: Then and Now - From “Moon Farming” to “Satellite Farming". Tar Heel Junior Historian. 55(1), 2-5.

Moore, G., Bachelor, J., Warner, W. & Jones, D. (2015). Challenging Conventional Wisdom: Do Undergraduate Students Believe Student-to-Student Interaction in Distance Education Classes Add Value to Their Educational Experience? Paper presented to the Association for Career and Technical Education Research, New Orleans, November 19.

Moore, G. (2015).  Live Like You are Dying: How to Get Control of Your Time and Life.  Paper presented to the National Association of Agricultural Educators, New Orleans. November 19.

Moore, G. (2015).  Searching for the Wizard of Oz in the Agricultural Education Classroom.  Paper presented to the National Association of Agricultural Educators, New Orleans. November 19.

Moore, G. & Warner, W. (2015). Corn Clubs, a B-29 Bomber, and Miss America 1950: Bringing FFA History to Life. Paper to be presented to the National Association of Agricultural Educators, New Orleans. November 19.

Moore, G. E. (2015). Live Like You Were Dying. Paper presented to the North Carolina Agricultural Education Leadership Cohort Program, Raleigh. November 10.

Moore, G. E. (2015). The History and Evolution of the Outhouse. Paper presented to the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute. North Carolina State University. Raleigh. October 26.

Moore, G. E. (2015). Life Balance. Paper presented to the North Carolina State University Extension Service EFNEP Program Assistants. Raleigh, October 2. 

Moore, G. E. (2015). How to Get Control of Your Time and Life. Paper presented to the North Carolina Cooperative Extension Administrative Professionals Association, New Berne, September 24. 

Moore, G. E. (2015). Booker T. Washington: Savior of His Race or a Traitor?.  Paper presented to the Chautauqua Institution, Chautauqua, New York. July 14.

Moore, G. E. (2015). The History of the Outhouse, Part II. Paper presented to the Chautauqua Institution, Chautauqua, New York. July 10.

Moore, G. E. (2015). No RegretsHow to Balance Your Professional and Personal Lives. Paper presented to the National Association of Agricultural Educators, Region VI, Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, June 25.

Cave, C., Jordan, D., Patterson, B., Warner, W. & Moore, G. (2015). Perceptions of Undergraduate Students Regarding Global Hunger  Poster presented to the North American Colleges and Teachers of Agriculture. June 19, Athens, GA

Moore, G., Bachelor, J., Warner, W. & Jones, D. (2015). Is Student-to-Student Interaction in Distance Education Classes on the Minds of Our Students? A Comparison of Undergraduates and Graduate Students. Paper presented to the North American Colleges and Teachers of Agriculture. June 18. Athens, GA. 

Wood, M., Flowers, J., Warner, W., Park, T. & Moore, G. (2015). Plugging the Holes in the Bucket: A Qualitative Study to Determine Perceptions of Agriculture Teachers who have Left the Agricultural Education Profession. Paper presented to the American Associationf for Agricultural Education. May 21. San Antonio. 

Moore, G. E. (2015). Controlled Chaos: Everything You Need to Know About Parliamentary Procedure But Didn't Know to Ask. Presentation to the Board of Directors of the Association for Career and Technical Education. Alexandria, VA. March 1.

Moore, G. E., Warner, W. & Jones, D. W. (2015). Student-to-Student Interaction in Distance Education Classes: What Do Graduate Students Want? Paper presented to the American Association for Agricultural Education, Southern Region. Atlanta.  February 1. (This paper was one of five recognized with the Distinguished Manuscript award)

Moore, G. E. (2015). Using Assessments for Improvement of Teaching. Paper presented to the TALENTS Leadership Academy cohort of the Kentucky Association for Career and Technical Education. Georgetown. January 17.

Moore, G. E. (2015). Becoming a 2nd Mile Leader. Paper presented to the TALENTS Leadership Academy cohort of the Kentucky Association for Career and Technical Education. Georgetown. January 17.

2014

Moore, G. E., Warner, W. & Jones, D. W. (2014). Expectations of Graduate Students Regarding Student-to-Student Interaction in Distance Education Classes. Paper presented to the Association for Career and Technical Education Research. Nashville, TN, November 19. This paper was selected as the outstanding research paper.

Moore, G. E. (2014). We Are Not in Kansas Anymore! Searching for the Wizard: Traditional and Career and Technology Education in Our World Today. Paper presented to the 12th Annual Guidance Standards and Career Development Workshop, Piedmont Education and Business Alliance of South Carolina. Greenwood. Nov. 13.

Moore, G. E. (2013). Priority Management. Paper presented to the Cumberland County Extension Staff, Raleigh. October 23.

Moore, G. E. (2013). Live Like You Were Dying. Paper presented to the North Carolina Agricultural Education Leadership Cohort Program, Raleigh. October 14.

Glen, C.D, Moore, G. E., Jayaratne, K. S. U. & Bradley, L. K. (2014) Use of Demonstration Gardens in Extension: Challenges and Benefits. Journal of Extension. 52(4),4FEA6. http://www.joe.org/joe/2014august/a6.php

Moore, G. E. (2014).  Gala: A Revitalization of SAE for the Millennial Student. Paper presented to the North Carolina Agricultural Teachers Association. Greensboro, July 16.
 

Moore, G. E. (2014). From Moon Farming to Satellite Farming: How Agriculture Has Changed to Feed a Hungry Planet. Paper presented to the Chautauqua Institution, Chautauqua, New York. July 1.

Moore, G. E. (2014). Outhouses of the WestPaper presented to the North American Colleges and Teachers of Agriculture. Bozeman, MT, June 27. 

Moore, G. E., Warner, W. & Jones, D. W. (2014). Does Learning Run Through Student-to-Student Interaction in Graduate Distance Education Classes? Paper presented to the North American Colleges and Teachers of Agriculture. Bozeman, MT, June 27. 

Moore, G. E. (2014). Searching for the Wizard of Oz in the Agricultural Education Program. Paper presented to the Ohio Association of Agricultural Educators, Wooster, June 11.

Moore, G. E. (2014). The History and Evolution of the Outhouse - Or How to Use Humor in Teaching. Paper presented to the Ohio Association of Agricultural Educators, Wooster, June 11.

Moore, G. E. (2014). From Moon Farming to Satellite Farming: Celebrating One Hundred Years of Extension. Presentation to the  Iredell  County Extension Centennial Celebration. Statesville, May 8, 

Moore, G. E. (2014). From Moon Farming to Satellite Farming: Celebrating One Hundred Years of Extension. Presentation to the  Scotland County Extension Centennial Celebration. Laurinburg, May 1, 

Moore, G. E. (2014). Live Like You Were Dying. Presentation to the Sampson County NC Extension Service. Clinton, March 6

Moore, G. E. (2014). LifeBalance. Presentation to the Wake County 4-H Staff. Raleigh, February 26

Lakai, D., Jayaratne, K. S. U., Moore, G. E. & Kistler, M. J. (2014) Identification of Current Level of Competencies and the Competencies Needed for Extension Agents to Be Successful in the 21st Century. Journal of Human Sciences and Extension. 2(1), 71-89.

Moore, G. E. (2014). Searching for The Wizard of Oz. Paper presented to the South Carolina Upstate Educational Region CTE Professionals. Spartanburg, January 31.  


Moore, G. E. (2014). Using Assessments for Improvement of Teaching. Paper presented to the TALENTS Leadership Academy cohort of the Kentucky Association for Career and Technical Education. Georgetown. January 11.


Moore, G. E. (2014). Becoming a 2nd Mile Leader. Paper presented to the TALENTS Leadership Academy cohort of the Kentucky Association for Career and Technical Education. Georgetown. January 11.


2013

Moore, G. E. (2013). No RegretsHow to Balance Your Professional and Personal Lives. Paper presented to the National Association of Agricultural Educators, Las Vegas, December 5.

Moore, G. E. (2013). Live Like you Were Dying. Presentation to the Craven County Government Employees and Officials. New Bern, November 20. 

Moore, G. E. (2013). The Wizard of Oz. Paper presented to the South Carolina Career Guidance and Placement Association. Myrtle Beach, November 19.

Moore, G. E. (2013). Live Like You Were Dying. Paper presented to the North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service Annual Conference, Raleigh. November 6.

Moore, G. E. (2013). Live Like You Were Dying. Paper presented to the North Carolina Agricultural Education Leadership Cohort Program, Raleigh. October 1.
 

Moore, G. E. (2013). Searching for the Wizard of Oz in the CTE Classroom. Paper presented to the Region II Association for Career and Technical Education, Pigeon Forge, TN, September 27.

Moore, G. E. (2013). Searching for the Wizard of Oz -- in the Digital Age. Paper presented to the Western Region Teaching Symposium. Laramie, WY. September 13.

Uricchio, C., Moore, G. E., Coley, M. D. (2013). Corn Clubs: Building the Foundation for Agricultural and Extension Education. Journal of Agricultural Education. 54(3), 224-237. DOI:10.5032/jae.2013.0.3224

Moore, G. E (2013). Live Like You Were Dying. Paper presented to the North Carolina Association of Extension 4-H Agents, Pinehurst, August 29.

Moore, G. E. (2013). Grantsmanship for agents:  Finding funds to deliver local programs. Paper presented to the North Carolina Agricultural Extension Agents, Raleigh, August 6.

Moore, G. E. (2013). Putting CULTURE into AgriCULTURE: The Influence of the Traveling Chautauqua on Farmers. Paper presented to the Chautauqua Institution, Chautauqua, New York. July 26

Casey, J. & Moore, G. E. (2013). Does Having a CTSO Sweetheart or Beau have a Place in the 21st Century CTE program? Paper presented to the North Carolina Council of Career and Technical Teacher Educators. Greensboro, July 23.

Moore, G. E. (2013). Balancing Priorities for CTE Educators. Paper presented to the Kentucky Association for Career and Technical Education, Louisville. July 16.

Moore, G. E. (2013). Becoming a 2nd Mile Leader. Paper presented to the Kentucky Association for Career and Technical Education. Louisville. July 14

Moore, G. E. (2013). Crossing Disciplinary Boundaries -  Getting Small Groups to Actually Work in the Classroom. Paper presented to the North American Colleges and Teachers of Agriculture. Blacksburg, June 27.

Jayaratne, K. S. U. & Moore, G. E. (2013). Is There a Significant Difference? A Comparison of Student Learning Outcomes in Face-to-Face and Online Courses. Poster presented to the North American Colleges and Teachers of Agriculture. Blacksburg, June 26.

Casey, J. & Moore, G. E. (2013). The FFA Sweetheart: Past, Present and Future(?). Paper presented to the American Association for Agricultural Education, Columbus, May 23.

Glen, C. D., Moore, G. E., Jayaratne, K. S. U., & Bradley, L. K. (2013). Characteristics of Extension demonstration gardens, Journal of Extension. 51(2),2RIB8. http://www.joe.org/joe/2013april/rb8.php.

2012

Lakai, D., Jayaratne, K., Moore, G. & Kistler, M (2012). Barriers and Effective Educational Strategies to Develop Extension Agents' Professional CompetenciesJournal of Extension. 50(4), 1-7.

Stair, K., Warner, W. & Moore, G. (2012). Identifying Concerns of Preservice and In-service Teachers in Agricultural EducationJournal of Agricultural Education. 53(2), 153–164. DOI: 10.5032/jae.2012.02153

Moore, G. E. & Venrose, R. (2012) Using Hand-held Electronic Responders in the Classroom. Paper presented to the Association for Career and Technical Education. Atlanta. November 29.

Gray, E., Moore, G. E., Wilson, E. & Kirby, B. M. (2012). Attracting Academically/Intellectual Gifted Students to Career and Technical Education: Lessons Learned from Agricultural Education. Paper presented to the Association for Career and Technical Education Research. Atlanta, November 27.

Moore, G. E. (2012). Using Humor in Teaching. Paper presented to the Montana Association for Career and Technical Education, Billings, October 18.

Moore, G. E. (2012). Searching for the Wizard of Oz in the CTE Classroom. Paper presented to the Montana Association for Career and Technical Education, Billings, October 18.

Moore, G. E. (2012). Becoming a 2nd Mile Teacher. Paper presented to the North Carolina Association of Career and Technical Education, Clemmons, October 4.

Moore, G. E. (2012). Balancing Priorities for CTE Educators. Paper presented to the Region II Association for Career and Technical Education, Greenville, SC, September 29.

Moore, G. E. (2012). The History and Evolution of the Outhouse: Implications for CTE Leaders. Paper presented to the North Carolina Association for Career and Technical Education Administrative Division, Concord, NC, September 26.

Moore, G. E. (2012). Balancing Priorities: What the Research Shows. Paper presented to the North Carolina Extension Association of Family and Consumer Sciences, Wrightsville Beach, August 26.

Moore, G. E. (2012). Suffer the Little Children: How Boys' Corn Clubs and Girls' Tomato Clubs Changed Rural America! Paper presented to the Chautauqua Institution, Chautauqua, New York. August 5.

Gray, E., Moore, G. E., Wilson, E. & Kirby, B. M. (2012).  Attracting Academically or Intellectually Gifted Students to Career and Technical  Education" Paper presented to the North Carolina Council of Career and Technical Education Teacher Educators, Greensboro. July 24

Charlotte D. Glen, Gary E. Moore, Koralalage S. U. Jayaratne, Lucy K. Bradley. (2012) Benefits, Challenges and Opportunities for Improving the Effectiveness of Demonstration Gardens as Educational Tools for Cooperative Extension. Poster presented to the National Association of County Agricultural Agents, Charleston, SC, July 16.

Moore, G. E. (2012). Career and Technical Education: A National Perspective. Paper presented to the Colorado Association for Career and Technical Education, Pueblo, July 16
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Moore, G. E. (2012). The Leadership Pyramid.  Paper presented to the Colorado Association for Career and Technical Education, Pueblo, July 16.

Moore, G. E. (2012). Being an Effective Teacher: What the Research Says.  Paper presented to the Colorado Association for Career and Technical Education, Pueblo, July 15.

Uricchio, C., Moore, G. E., Croom, D. B., Wilson, E. K. & Pratt-Phillips, S. (2012)  Assessing the Agriculture Teacher Workforce in New England. Paper presented to the American Association for Agricultural Education. Asheville, NC, May 17.  (This paper was designated as a Distinguished Paper, the top five highest rated papers are given this distinction)

Fisher, R , Moore, G. E. & Long, J. (2012). The Role of Rosenwald Schools in Agricultural Education for African Americans. Paper presented to the American Association for Agricultural Education. Asheville, NC, May 17. (This paper was designated as a Distinguished Paper, the top five highest rated papers are given this distinction)

Uricchio, C., Moore, G. E. & Coley, M. D. (2012). Corn Clubs: Pioneer Programs in Agricultural and Extension Education. Paper presented to the American Association for Agricultural Education. Asheville, NC, May 17.

Moore, G. E. (2012). The History and Evolution of the Outhouse: With Implications for CTE. Paper presented to the Association for Career and Technical Education., Region IV. Albuquerque, NM, April 20.

Moore, G. E. (2012). Being an Effective Teacher: What the Research Says. Paper presented to the Association for Career and Technical Education., Region IV. Albuquerque, NM, April 20.

Moore, G. E. (2012). The History and Evolution of the Outhouse: Lessons for Today. Paper  presented to the Association for Career and Technical Education., Region V. Jackson Hole, WY, April 13.

Moore, G. E. (2012). Searching for the Wizard of Oz at Virginia Tech. Paper presented to the Faculty of the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at Virginian Tech. Blacksburg, March 22.

Gray, E., Moore, G. E., Wilson, E. & Kirby, B. M. (2012). Perceptions of Academically or Intellectual Gifted Students Towards Agricultural Education. Paper presented to the American Association for Agricultural Education, Southern Region. Birmingham, Feb. 7. (This paper was selected as a Graduate Student Distinguished Paper. The top five graduate student papers are recognized with this designation).

Pound, K. & Moore, G. E. (2012). Achieving Equity for Females in Agricultural Education: The Development of Tomato Clubs. Paper presented to the American Association for Agricultural Education, Southern Region. Birmingham, Feb. 6.