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Jessica Claire
, , 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor (555) 432-1000, resumesample@example.com
Summary
  • AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION AND COMMUNICATIONS TRAINER Dependable Agricultural Education and Communications' lecturer recognized for consistent productivity and attendance while exhibiting a positive attitude considering challenging situations. Demonstrated exemplary work ethic, collegiality, and willingness to learn new processes and techniques for effective performance and team effort. CORE COMPTETENCIES
  • Excellent in qualitative and quantitative research methods.
  • Experience in course module development and instruction using virtual instruction platforms for online teaching.
  • Teaching and mentorship of undergraduate students.
  • Effective communication skills and Strong leadership skills.
  • Creative think and effective in a fast-paced multi-disciplinary and multi-cultural environment

Talented and caring Agricultural Education and Communication Instructor versed in working with all learning styles. Regularly attends professional development seminars, faculty meetings and parent-teacher conferences to remain connected to individual needs of children and parents. Manages behavioral and emotional needs within classroom with positive interventions.

Skills
  • Data collection using Tobii Eye-Tracker; Tobii Pro X2-60); Media-Lab; Qualtrics TM ; Google Forms; Survey Monkey
  • Statistical Software: SPSS, STATA, and SAS
  • Citation Managers: Endnote, Zotero, MS Word, and Mendeley
  • MS Word
  • Research
  • SAS
  • SPSS
  • STATA
  • Excellent classroom management
  • Competent in Smartboard technology
  • MS Office proficient
  • Mother of 4 children
  • Motivating students
Experience
07/2017 to Current Education & Communications Graduate Research and Teaching Assistant Texas Tech University | City, STATE,
  • Worked cooperatively with agricultural education and communication instructors to teach, develop course modules, teach, and conduct assessment of online and regular students.
  • Cooperated with faculty and graduate students to conduct research on teaching and learning needs.
  • Applied univariate and multivariate statistical models to interpret, give inference and forecast main agricultural education and communication issues from primary data.
  • Collaborated in research, writing, and conference presentations.
  • Collaborated with faculty and fellow grad students in grant proposals writing for research funding.
Dec2013 to Jul2017 Extension Lecturer Egerton University | City, STATE,
  • Teach agricultural education and extension courses to diploma and bachelor students.
  • Participated curriculum reviews and recommendations improvement for the job market.
  • Posted and supervised teaching practice and industrial attachment.
  • Examination officer- moderated exams, and, stored and forwarded grades to respective examination offices.
  • Enhanced lessons using Smart Board technology and computers.
  • Fostered positive and trusting relationships with students to increase engagement.
  • Created presentations to deliver lectures in classrooms and online learning environments.
Dec2005 to Aug2007 Agriculture and Biology Teacher Maranda High School | City, STATE,
  • Taught Agriculture and Biology.
  • Tasked with heading a class, and in charge of all aspects of assigned subjects from lesson planning, assessment, tutoring, and laboratory and field investigations.
  • Organized and prepared instructional materials and reports to facilitate student learning.
  • Fostered positive and trusting relationships with students to increase engagement.
Dec2011 to Dec2013 Livestock Production Officer Ministry Of Agriculture & Livestock Production, Kenya- Agricultural Health And Industrial Training Institute, AHITI | City, STATE,
  • Taught animal health field assistants, courses in extension communication methods, rural sociology, and communications skills.
  • Handled all aspects of assigned courses from lesson planning, student assessment, and tutoring.
  • Participated in the posting and supervision of teaching practice and student industrial attachment.
  • Organized and prepared instructional materials and reports reports to facilitate student learning.
  • Enhanced lessons using Smart Board technology and computers.
  • Fostered positive and trusting relationships with students to increase engagement.
Education and Training
Expected in 05/2021 Ph.D. | Agricultural Communication And Education Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX, GPA:

MLLICENT A. OYUGI Ph.D. Candidate (ABD) Department of Agricultura Education and Communication

Expected in 2012 M.Sc | Agricultural Extension Egerton University, , GPA:
Expected in 2005 BSc | Agricultural Education Egerton University, , GPA:
Accomplishments
  • SEMINARS AND WORKSHOPS.
  • Advancing teaching and learning in the new era 2020.
  • Developing productive writing 2020.
  • Using citation managing tools 2019.
  • Interviewing and methodological facets of qualitative data analysis.
  • 2017.
  • Linking agricultural universities with civil society, the private sector, the government, and other stakeholders in support of agricultural development.
  • 2016.
  • Agriculture in transition: Between tradition, innovation, and Visioning: Building new models for the future.
  • 2016.
  • Climate change adaptation in agriculture and natural resources management.
  • 2015.
  • E-learning capacity building course on developing and publishing of digital teaching and learning materials.
  • 2011.
References
REFERENCES Dr. Amy Boren-Alpizar, Professor Texas Tech University Tel: +1 806-834-6358 Email: amy.boren-alpizar@ttu.edu Dr. Matt Baker, Professor Texas A & M University Tel: +1 806-834-6358 Email: matt.baker@tamu.edu Dr. Newton Nyairo, Professor Langston University Tel:+1 765 637 1953 Email: newton.nyairo@langston.edu
Publications
Othuon V. O & Oyugi, M. A. (2017). The impact of key macroeconomic variables on agricultural infrastructure investment and output in Kenya (2005 to 2016). Journal of Economics and Sustainable Development, 8 (22), 2017. Othuon V. O & Oyugi, M. A. (2017). Smallholder accelerated market access for inclusive growth, food security, and poverty reduction in Kenya; institutional and macroeconomic perspective: Lessons from Netherland. Journal of Economics and Sustainable Development, 8 (14), 2017. Received from https://iiste.org/Journals/index.php/JEDS/article/view/37995, M. J, Amudavi D. M, & Palapala, V, (2014) V. Gender influence on farmer's level of involvement in utilization and conservation of Bambara Groundnuts. Asian Journal of Agricultural Extension Economics and Sociology. 3(6): 721-737. Oyugi, M. A., Amudavi, D. M., Nandi J. O. M, & Ombati, J. M. (2014). Gendered roles in Bambara production activities. A case of Butere and Mumias Districts, Kenya. International Journal of Agriculture and Crop Sciences, 7(15), 1514-1518. Koskei, R. C., Langat, J. K., Koskei, E. C., & Oyugi, M. A. (2013). Determinants of Agricultural Information Access by Smallholder Tea Framers in Bureti District. Asian Journal of Agricultural Sciences. 5(5): 102-107. Oyugi, M. A., Baker, M., Boren-Alpizar, A., Lawver, D., Bruizuela, S. O., Pablo, L. (April, 2021). Hierarchical Regression of Students' Perceived Thesis/ Dissertation Completion Confidence: An International Study of Agricultural Education & Extension Graduate Students from Africa. Paper to be Presentation at the Association for International Agricultural and Extension Education's Annual Meeting, Greece Oyugi, M. A., Boren-Alpizar, A., Baker, M., (2020). Perceptions of thesis/dissertation completion needs among agricultural and extension education graduate students in Kenya and the U.S. [Poster Presentation]. The Association for International Agricultural and Extension Education's 27th Annual Meeting, St. Petersburg, Florida, USA. Oketch, P. A., Oyugi, M. A., Boren-Alpizar, A. Baker, M. (2020). Perceived value of field trips in teaching and learning agriculture among teachers and students in Rarieda Sub-County Schools, Kenya. [Paper Presentation]. The Association for International Agricultural and Extension Education's 27th Annual Meeting, St. Petersburg, Florida, USA
Languages
English, Swahili, and Luo.
Activities and Honors
  • Member, Association for International Agricultural and Extension Education (2017 - present)
  • Member, Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi (2018 - present)
  • Member, Access Agriculture (2021 - present)
  • Member, Agricultural Education and Communications Graduate Organization (2018 - present)
Community outreach

Worked extensively with smallholder farmers in the areas of crops and dairy production. I also work with the needy students in the community giving them a voice of hope for a brighter tommorow

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School Attended
  • Texas Tech University
  • Egerton University
  • Egerton University
Job Titles Held:
  • Education & Communications Graduate Research and Teaching Assistant
  • Extension Lecturer
  • Agriculture and Biology Teacher
  • Livestock Production Officer
Degrees
  • Ph.D.
  • M.Sc
  • BSc