- Assistant Professor - Educational Psychology and Research
- EB 211
Coming from the public and private sectors in school administration and teaching, I have seen education from a parental viewpoint, an administrator viewpoint and an educator’s viewpoint. I teach educational psychology, human development, assessment and measurement and statistics.
Believing that knowledge and abilities should be shared, I typically spend 5 – 8 weeks each summer in Obuasi, Ghana in Africa. There I teach professional development with local teachers, write curriculum for the schools to use and spend days teaching within a variety of schools. When possible, I allow students to join me on the adventure.