- Associate Professor - Educational Psychology and Research
- EB 233C2
My teaching interests include a variety of areas that are consistent with my background and research. I teach statistics, research methods, program evaluation, assessment for teachers, and courses in human development. I also have a background in teaching courses in early intervention.
I typically serve as a methodologist or statistician on research projects. This allows me to study issues related to K-12 education, higher education, health, dementia, and training in various fields including defense and engineering. My other research interests relate to grading, systems theory, and autism.
I provide service to professional groups at local, state, and national levels in areas that typically relate to my background in measurement, educational research, program evaluation, or statistics.