Dr. Chaney W. Mosley

Assistant Professor - Agricultural Education

Dr. Chaney W. Mosley
(615) 898-8037
Room 118, Stark Agribusiness and Agriscience Center (SAG)
MTSU Box 05, Murfreesboro, TN 37132

Departments / Programs

Degree Information

  • PHD, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (2012)
  • EDS, University of West Georgia (2007)
  • MED, Middle Tennessee State University (2004)
  • AS, George Washington University (2004)
  • BS, Middle Tennessee State University (2000)

Publications

  • Mosley, C., Broyles, T., & Kaufman, E. (2015). A case study of leader-member exchange between teachers and students in career and technical education. Proceedings of the Association of Leadership Educators annual conference, 396-411.
  • Mosley, C., Broyles, T., & Kaufman, E. (2014). Leader-member exchange, cognitive style, and student achievement. The Journal of Leadership Education, 13(3), 50-69. Doi:1012806/V...
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  • Mosley, C., Broyles, T., & Kaufman, E. (2015). A case study of leader-member exchange between teachers and students in career and technical education. Proceedings of the Association of Leadership Educators annual conference, 396-411.
  • Mosley, C., Broyles, T., & Kaufman, E. (2014). Leader-member exchange, cognitive style, and student achievement. The Journal of Leadership Education, 13(3), 50-69. Doi:1012806/V13/I3/R4
  • Mosley, C., & Hall, J. (2014). Advancing the notion of teacher leadership – Holes from the past and opportunities for the future [Abstract]. Proceedings of the Association of Leadership Educators annual conference, 508-511.
  • Crutchfield, N., Mosley, C., Jacques, S., & Gossen, L. (2013). State FFA officer training anddevelopment needs assessment [Abstract]. Research Poster Proceedings of the AmericanAssociation for Agricultural Education annual conference, 287-290.
  • Kreul, B., & Mosley, C. (2013). Teaching by tweeting: Using social media as a teaching tool inagriculture education [Abstract]. Innovative Idea Poster Proceedings of the AmericanAssociation for Agricultural Education annual conference, 148-151.
  • Mosley, C., & Kreul, B. (2013). Moving toward career readiness – Teacher and exhibitorperceptions of a ninth grade career exploration fair [Abstract]. Research PosterProceedings of the American Association for Agricultural Education annual conference,251-254.
  • Mosley, C. (2012). A leadership case study of social identity theory and faultline theory[Abstract]. Proceedings of the Association of Leadership Educators annual conference,381-382.
  • Mosley, C., Ellis, K., & Kaufman, E. (2012). Student perceptions of agricultural advocacy – Amixed methods study [Abstract]. Research Poster Proceedings of the AmericanAssociation for Agricultural Education annual conference, 158-162.
  • Mosley, C., & Kaufman, E. (2012). Sustaining by advocating – Student perceptions ofagricultural advocacy [Abstract]. Research Poster Proceedings of the North AmericanColleges and Teachers of Agriculture annual conference, 26.
  • Kaufman, E., Mosley, C., Hightower, L., Greaud, M., & Ellis, K. (2011). Media advocacy as aninfluence on student motivation and self-regulated learning [Abstract]. PosterProceedings of the CIDER Conference on Higher Education Pedagogy, 190.
  • Mosley, C., & Broyles, T. (2011). Implications of a corporate performance measurement tool foreducational programs [Abstract]. Proceedings of the North American Colleges andTeachers of Agriculture annual conference, 31.
  • Mosley, C., Broyles, T., Thomas, L., & Edwards, S. (2011). Evaluating WLCparticipants’ perceived knowledge of authentic leadership [Abstract]. Research PosterProceedings of the Southern Region of the American Association for AgriculturalEducation annual conference, 72-76.
  • Mosley, C., Edwards, S., Thornblad, D., Allen, K., & Hartley, K. (2011). Course managementsystems and the college freshman: A qualitative study [Abstract]. Research PosterProceedings of the CIDER Conference on Higher Education Pedagogy, 165.
  • Mosley, C., Ellis, K., Greaud, M., Hightower, L., & Kaufman, E. (2011). Preparingundergraduate students for agricultural advocacy [Abstract]. Innovative Idea PosterProceedings of the Southern Region of the American Association for AgriculturalEducation annual conference, 222-225.
  • Mosley, C., & Broyles, T. (2010). Teaching Controversial Issues Through Guided GroupDiscussion – An Approach to Cognitive Dissonance and Conceptual Change [Abstract].Innovative Idea Poster roceedings of the Southern Region of the American Associationfor Agricultural Education annual conference, 217-220.

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Courses

  • ABAS 1000: Orientation in Agriculture
  • ABAS 4250: Leadership in Agricultural Industries
  • AGED 2230: Introduction to Agricultural Education and Leadership
  • AGED 4220: Methods of Teaching Agriscience and Agriculture Mechanics
  • AGED 4230: Adult and  Youth Leadership Program Development in Agricultural Operations