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Savannah Faye Robin

Research and Teaching Assistant in Agriculture Education

Savannah Craddock

 

Department of Community and Leadership Development
307 Garrigus Building
Lexington, Kentucky 40546-0215
E-mail: savy@uky.edu
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Education

M.S. (in progress) – Agricultural Education, University of Kentucky, College of Agriculture
B.S. (2009) - Agricultural Education, University of Kentucky, College of Agriculture
B.S. (2009) - Agricultural Communications, University of Kentucky, College of Agriculture

Career Experience

UK Agricultural Education Department – July 2010 - Present
Research Assistant and Teaching Assistant

Nelson County High School – September 2009 - June 2010
Agriculture Teacher and FFA Advisor

UK College of Agriculture Equine Initiative - July 2007 - July 2009
Communications and Editorial Assistant

UK Agricultural Education Department – August 2008 - December 2008
Teaching Assistant

Scott County High School - January 2008 - May 2008
Agriculture Student Teacher & Student Advisor

UK Agricultural Communication Services - December 2006 - August 2007
Student Radio Technician & Extension Intern

Courses Assisted in Teaching at the University of Kentucky

AED/FCS 110 (Introduction to Career and Technical Education)
AED/FCS 586 (Teaching Methods)

Research Interests

I am interested in policy and legislation and how people are motivated by their emotions to act on certain issues or movements. More specifically how agricultural, education and agricultural education policies have been shaped and how we can develop a sustainable future for Kentucky Agricultural Education.

Research Posters

Craddock, S.F., Chaplin, M. S., Jackman, W.J. (2011). Creating agricultural advocates through
in-class curriculum and experiences. Association for Leadership Educators Conference. Denver, CO.


Research Presentations

National

Robin, S.F., Chaplin, M. S., Jackman, W.J. (2011). Creating agricultural advocates through in-
class curriculum and experiences. Association for Leadership Educators Conference. Denver, CO. State

Craddock, S.F. (2010). “Agricultural Education Policy and Legislation.” Kentucky Agriculture Teachers Professional Development. Elizabethtown, KY. [December].

Craddock, S.F. (2011). “Agriculture Education Advocacy, Kentucky Council for Agricultural
Education.” Kentucky Association of Agricultural Education Winter Conference. Lexington, KY. [January]

Hains, B., Robin, S.F. (2011). ‘Ditch the Chalktalk.” Kentucky Association of Agricultural Education Teachers Conference. Louisville, KY. [July]

Professional Presentations

National

Robin, S.F., Hains, B. (2011) “Building a sustainable future for Agricultural Education: discover how one state is starting this quest by developing their own council for agricultural education.” National Association for Agricultural Educators National Convention. [November 2011].

Robin, S.F., Chaplin, M. (2011) “Connecting your community to your classroom: using curriculum to develop agricultural advocates.” National Association for Agricultural Educators National Convention. [November 2011].

Jackman, J., Schescke, K., Chaplin, M. Robin, S.F. (2011) “Making Advocacy Work for You at
the Grassroots Level” National Association for Agricultural Educators National Convention. [November].

Knobloch, N., Keefe, L., Esters, L., Anderson, M., Hains, B. Craddock, S. (2011) “Opportunities and Challenges of Career and Technical Education in preparing the future science, technology, engineering and mathematics workforce.” Association for Career and Technical Education Research Symposium. [November 2011].

Professional Affiliations

American Association of Agricultural Educators (AAAE)
Association for Career and Technical Education (ACTE)
Association for Career and Technical Education Research (ACTER)
Kentucky Association of Agricultural Educators (KAAE)
Kentucky Farm Bureau (KFB)
- Bourbon County Farm Bureau Secretary
National Association of Agricultural Educators (NAAE)