John Ewing, Ph.D.
- Ph.D., The Ohio State University, 2006
- M.S., The Ohio State University, 2005
- B.S., The Pennsylvania State University, 2000
- Experiential Learning; Cognitive Levels of Teaching and Learning
- Laboratory Instruction and Management
- AEE 100 – Agricultural Education Orientation
- AEE 297B – Shop Processes for Agricultural Educators
- AEE 313 – School-based Program Planning and Instructional Development
- AEE 350 – Teaching Methods for Agricultural and Environmental Laboratories
- AEE 413 – Program Planning and Instructional Development
- AEE 495/595 – Student Teaching in Agricultural Education
- AEE 524 – Change in Education
- AEE 590 – Colloquium in Agricultural and Extension Education
Ewing, J. C., & Whittington, M. S. (in press). Types and cognitive levels of questions asked by professors during college of agriculture class sessions. Journal of Agricultural Education.
Threeton, M.D., Walter, R. A., Clark, R.W., & Ewing, J. C. 2011. Automotive technology student learning styles and preference for experiential learning. International Journal of Vocational Education and Training, 19(1), 35-52.
Ewing, J. C., Whittington, M.S., & Foster, D. D. 2011. Explaining student cognition in the context of Piaget's theory of cognitive development. North American Colleges and Teachers of Agriculture Journal, 55(1), 68-75.
Ewing, J. C., Whittington, M. S., Brown, D., Velez, J., & Cano, J. (2006). Questioning strategies for engaging students. Proceedings of the North American Colleges and Teachers of Agriculture 52nd Annual Conference. Vancouver, Canada.
2011 North American Colleges and Teachers of Agriculture journal - 2011 Top Teaching Tip Award
2011 College of Agricultural Sciences Excellence in Academic Advising Award