B.S. Bowling Green State University
M.Ed. Bowling Green State University
Assessment & Program Planning for Young children with Multiple, Intensive Disabilities, Birth to Three Programs, Advocacy & Partnering with Families
Children with Dual Sensory Impairment Communication and Assistive Technology for Children with Multiple, Intensive Disabilities
Undergraduate: Young Children with Disabilities: Risk Factors & Disabilities; Implementing Inclusive Environments; Consultation & Collaboration
Graduate: Disability and Risk Factors in Young Children; Technology for Infants/Toddlers/Young Children with Special Needs; Assessment & Intervention Strategies for Infants/Toddlers and Young Children (course & practicum); Nonverbal Communication Strategies and Interventions with Young Children; Direct Service to Infants and Toddlers with Special Needs – Practicum; Direct Service to Primary Children with Special Needs - Practicum
Ed.D., Bowling Green State University, Educational Administration & Supervision, 2006
M.A., University of Findlay, Educational Technology, 1997
B.A., University of Toledo, Adapted Physical Education & Exercise Science, 1990
Areas of Expertise
Integration of educational technology in the active learning environment. Also an expert in the field of online and blended learning professional development for educators. Research interests include perceptions of active and blended learning environments to facilitate higher order thinking skills in students K-16.
Teaching at BGSU
Allison Goedde has been a School of Teaching and Learning faculty member since 2004.
Ph.D. Michigan State University
M.A. Kent State University
B.A. Cleveland State University
Literacy instruction for deaf students, reading comprehension, and vocabulary instruction
Courses Taught Curriculum Design for Students who are Deaf/Hard of Hearing; Speech Production, Instruction, and Speech reading for Students who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing; Practicum with Students who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing
Ph.D. Educational Psychology, Specialization: Learning, Development, and Instruction; Subspecialization: Literacy. City University of New York (CUNY), Graduate School and University Center. Dissertation Topic: The effects of observational learning on preschoolers' letter-name knowledge. Awarded May, 1998.
M.Phil. Educational Psychology, CUNY, Graduate School and University Center. Awarded May, 1997.
B.A. Psychology, Western Michigan University. Awarded May, 1988.
EDFI 3010 Educational Psychology Applied to Early Childhood
EDFI 3020 Educational Psychology
EDFI 6270 Development of the Elementary School Child
Ph.D. The Ohio State University
M.Ed. The University of Toledo
B.A. The Ohio State University
I am interested in research related to early reading interventions, Computer Assisted Instruction (CAI), teaching social skills, disproportionality, urban education, Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CLD) learners, and academic and behavioral interventions for students with mild-moderate disabilities.
Ph.D., University of Pittsburgh (2015), Doctor of Education in Special Education
M.Ed., University of Pittsburgh (2010), Master of Education in Early Intervention with an Autism Specialization
B.S., Case Western Reserve University (1986), Bachelor of Science in Engineering
Mrachko, A., Kaczmarek, L., (accepted with revision). Examining paraprofessional interventions to increase social communication for young children with ASD. Manuscript submitted for publication to Topics in Early Childhood Special Education.
Mrachko, A.A., Kostewicz, D.E., & Martin, W. (in review). Increasing positive and decreasing negative teacher responses to student behavior through training and feedback. Manuscript submitted for publication to Behavior Analysis: Research and Practice.
M.Ed., Bowling Green State University, Classroom Technology, 2007
M.Ed., Bowling Green State University, Career & Technology Education, 2007
B.S., University of Toledo, Elementary Education, 2001
Teaching at BGSU:
Mark Stevens has been a School of Teaching and Learning faculty member since 2008.
Instructional and Assistive Technology
Classroom Technology for the Early, Middle, and AYA Child
Ph.D., Indiana University, Anthropology and Curriculum & Instruction in Science Education, 1998
M.A., Indiana University, Anthropology, 1995
M.A.T., Indiana University, General Science, 1991
B.A., Indiana University, Biology, 1981
Areas of Expertise:
Play in human and nonhuman primates, lesson study with preservice and inservice teachers, and acquisition of pedagogical content knowledge.
Teaching at BGSU:
Science Methods for the Inclusive Early Childhood Classroom
Advanced Methods in Elementary School Science
Advanced Pedagogy and Best Practices
Qualitative Approaches to Classroom Inquiry
Issues and Trends in Curriculum and Instruction