Learning and Instruction
Kevin  Oh

Kevin Oh, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, Learning and Instruction


Ph.D., Special Education, University of Virginia, Charlottesville

Research Areas

Collaborative teaching; inclusive classrooms; special education teacher training.

Courses Offered
  • Teaching Diverse Groups
  • Intern Teaching Seminar
  • Research in Special Education
  • Advanced Curriculum & Instruction
  • Supervised Teaching
  • Methodology of Educational Research
Simpson, L. A. & Oh, K. (2013). Using low-tech assistive technology to increase participation in the morning circle routine. Teaching Exceptional Children, 45(6), 30-37.
Miller, C. & Oh, K. (2013). The effects of professional development on co-teaching for special and general education teachers and students. Journal of Special Education Apprentice, 2(1), 1-17.
Kestenbaum, D. & Oh, K. (2013). The effects of an immersion experience on pre-service teachers: Turning theory into practice. Teacher Trainer, 27(2).
Oh, K. (2012). Teachers' perspectives on Asian American students. Journal of Multiculturalism in Education, 8(2), 1-23.
Oh, K., Trent, S. & Tai, R. H. (In press). Eye movements of students with learning disabilities in reading: A study of problem solving strategies. Procedia Social and Behavioral Sciences.
Choi, E. J., Oh, K., Hong, S., & Moon, S. (2012). A literature review of implementing response to intervention for English language learners. Journal of Special Education Apprentice, 1(2), 1-17.
Borrero, N., Oh, K., & Thomas, C. (2009). Does service count for tenure? Conversations on Jesuit Higher Education, 35, 38-40.

Trent, S., Kea, C., & Oh, K. (2008). Preparing preservice educators for cultural diversity: How far have we come? Exceptional Children, 74(3), 328-350.