Awoke Dollisso

Senior Lecturer
Awoke Dollisso

 

Appointment

100% teaching

Areas of Interest

Dr. Dollisso’s areas of teaching and scholarship interests are: leadership, entrepreneurship, presentation strategies, cross-cultural study abroad experiences, and online teaching and learning strategies and application of various technologies in teaching and learning.

Refereed Journal Publications

  • Dollisso, A., & Koundinya, V. (2011). An integrated framework for assessing oral presentations using peer, self, and instructor assessment strategies. December, NACTA Journal.
  • Dollisso, A., & Koundinya, (2011). A model for using threaded discussions in on-line agricultural education courses. September 2011, NACTA Journal.
  • Dollisso, A. (2010). Integrating Agricultural Entrepreneurship into High School Agriculture
    Curriculum. Journal of Agricultural Education Volume 51, Number 3, pp 125 – 133.
  • Dollisso, A. and Martin R. (2000). “Perceptions Regarding Adult Learners Motivation to
    Participate in Educational Programs.” Journal of Agricultural Education Vol. 40, No. 4, 1999.
  • Williams D. and Dollisso R. (1998). “Rationale for Research on Including Sustainable
    Agriculture in the High School Agricultural Educational Curriculum.” Journal of Agricultural Education Vol. 39, No. 3, 1998.

Peer Reviewed Papers - Conference Presentations

  • ollisso, A. (2012). Using SWOT Analysis as a Teaching and Learning Tool to Enhance Students’ Self-Awareness. Paper presented at the 22nd Annual Conference of the Association of Leadership Educators, Key West, Fl.
    Dollisso, A. (2011, July). Using an Online Threaded Discussions Model for Leadership Case
    Study: Implications for Student Engagement and Learning in an Asynchronous Environment. Paper presented at the 21st Annual Conference of the Association of Leadership Educators, Denver, CO.
  • Dollisso, A. (2010). Students’ Perceptions of Entrepreneurs and Entrepreneurship Education
    Strategies. NACTA/SARD Conference Oral Abstract.
  • Dollisso, A. (2009). Assessing Individual and Group Presentations Using Peer Critique,
    Self-Evaluation and Instructor Feedback Strategies. NACTA/SARD Conference Oral Abstract
  • Dollisso, A. Martin R. (2001). “Perceptions Regarding Preferred Educational Information
    Sources by Farmers: Implications to International Agricultural Extension Education.” AIAEE 2001 Conference Proceedings.
  • Dollisso, A. and Martin R. (2000). “Perceptions Regarding Farmer’s Motivation to
    Participate In Extension Programs: Implications to International Agricultural Extension Education.” AIAEE 2000 Conference Proceedings.
  • Dollisso A. and Martin R. (2000). “Constraints to Participation in Educational Programs as
    Perceived by Young Farmers: Implications to International Agricultural Extension Education.” AIAEE 2000 Conference Proceedings.
Area of Expertise: 
Agricultural Education
Education: 
B.S. Animal Science
M.S. Agricultural Education, Iowa State University
Ph.D. Agricultural Education, Iowa State University
Contact
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Iowa State University
Ames, Iowa
50011-3150