Dr. Talbert serves as Coordinator of the Agricultural Education Program Area. His research is focused on underrepresented populations in agriculture. He has studied ethnic minorities in secondary agricultural education especially in urban areas. He is currently exploring the factors that contribute to a successful urban secondary agricultural education program.
Talbert, B. A., Vaughn, R., Croom, B., & Lee, J. (2014). Foundations of Agricultural Education. Columbus, OH: Pearson Education.
Henry, K., Talbert, B., & Morris, P. (2014). Agricultural Education in an Urban Charter School: Perspectives and Challenges. Journal of Agricultural Education, 55(3), 89-102. Retrieved from http://aaaeonline.org
Henry, K., Talbert, B., & Morris, P. (2013). Preparing students for higher education and careers in agriculture and related fields: An ethnography of an urban charter school. Session Presentation at Hawaii International Conference on Education.
Talbert, B., & Edwin, J. (2008). Preparation of agricultural education students to work with diverse populations. Journal of Agricultural Education, 49(1), 32-41.
Peters, J., & Talbert, B. (2013). Teaching the Science and Technology of Agriculture and Its Resources to Urban Students. The Agricultural Education Magazine, 85(4), 9-Aug. Retrieved from http://www.naae.org/links/agedmagazine/
Huge, D., & Talbert, B. A. (2010). Supervised agricultural experience: Is SAE a priority in your program? The Agricultural Education Magazine, 83(1), 17-18.
Talbert, B., & Balschweid, M. (2006). Career aspirations of selected FFA members. Journal of Agricultural Education, 47(2), 66-79.
Talbert, B. (2005). Enhancing opportunities for diverse secondary students: Case study of an urban agricultural magnet school. International Conference on Diversity in Communities, Organisations, and Nations: Symposium on Women.
Wynkoop, R., Peters, J. L., Talbert, B. A., & Esters, L. T. (2011). Educational Technology Use and Acquisition in Secondary Agricultural Education Classrooms. American Association for Agricultural Education – North Central Region Conference.