Dr. Mark S. Hainline, an assistant professor in the Department of Agricultural Education and Studies at Iowa State University, is a teacher educator specializing in agricultural mechanics. Before joining the faculty at Iowa State, Dr. Hainline earned degrees from Sam Houston State University (B.S) and Texas Tech University (M.S., Ph.D.) and taught agricultural science for four years in Texas. The focus of his research is on pre-service teacher preparation and in-service teacher development. Dr. Hainline’s areas of study are related to teacher retention, STEM integration, agricultural mechanics, and educational law.
Peer Reviewed Publications:
Chumbley, B., Haynes, J. C., Hainline, M. S., & Sorensen, T. (in press). A Measure of self-regulated learning in an online agriculture course. Journal of Agricultural Education.
Chumbley, B., Hainline, M. S., & Haynes, J. C. (in press). What high school administrators think of agriculture dual enrollment. North American Colleges and Teachers of Agriculture Journal.
Quiggins, A., Ulmer, J. D., Hainline, M. S., Burris, S., Ritz, R., & Van Dusen, R. (2016). Motivations and barriers of undergraduate nontraditional students in the college of agricultural sciences and natural resources at Texas Tech University. North American Colleges and Teachers of Agriculture Journal, 60(3), 272-281.
Hainline, M. S., Ulmer, J. D., Burris, S., Ritz, R., & Gibson, C. (2015). Career and family balance of Texas agricultural science teachers, by gender. Journal of Agricultural Education, 56(4), 31-46. doi:10.5032/jae.2015.04031