Master of Arts in Education Faculty

Professor
503-352-1459

Catherine E. Kim is a specialist in TESOL (teaching English to speakers of other languages), second language acquisition, and bilingualism. 

Professor
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Christine Macfarlane leads the special education program and has been involved in exploring innovative ways to use technology in the classroom and with distance learners.

Associate Professor
541-632-8812

Karren Timmermans has 10 years experience teaching in elementary schools and advanced degrees in reading instruction and early childhood literacy.

Associate Professor
541-632-8806

Todd Twyman's research focuses on developing classroom-based assessment to increase K-12 student achievement. 

Associate Professor of Education; Interim Director, School of Learning and Teaching, College of Education; Curriculum Director, PhD in Education and Leadership Program
503-352-3186

Dr. Zijdemans Boudreau's research areas include eLearning, virtual learning space design, knowledge management, knowledge media, learning communities, and culturally responsive practice.