Becky Haddad

Becky Haddad

*Accepting New Graduate Students


  • ALEC 135: Introduction to Agricultural Education (Early Field Experience)
  • ALEC 300: Teaching & Learning Design
  • ALEC 405L: Teaching Methods Lab
  • ALEC 413: Program Planning
  • ALEC 431: Student Teaching
  • ALEC 805: Advanced Teaching Strategies
  • ALEC 800: Overview to Program Planning


  • Teacher workforce development
  • Systemic approaches to teaching careers
  • Teaching & learning sciences


Dr. Becky Haddad is an Assistant Professor of Agricultural Education in the Department of Agricultural Leadership, Education and Communication (ALEC). She earned her Ph.D. in Education with an Agricultural Education option from Oregon State University and Master of Science in Agricultural Education from North Dakota State University. She received her bachelor’s degree in Agricultural Education from the University of Wisconsin-Platteville with a minor in biotechnology. In addition to formal education, her teaching experience includes the high school classroom, 4H youth development, summer camp counselor, and raising three children. Becky uses her research interests to support preservice and in-service teachers in making a career out of teaching in agricultural contexts. In addition to supporting preservice teachers with her teaching on campus, she engages in professional associations to support in-service teachers through delivering scheduled and ongoing professional development.