Kevin F. Miller
Professor, School of Education; Professor, Department of Psychology, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts
Kevin F. Miller's research focuses on the nature and sources of early mathematical and literacy development, on cross-cultural similarities and differences in academic learning and performance, and more recently on utilizing video records to engage teachers with issues of instructional practice. He is a developmental and school psychologist by training, who works to understand the interplay of developmental and educational processes in the acquisition of mathematical competence and literacy. Most of his research involves cross-cultural comparisons between children growing up in China and the United States. Miller is a Fellow of the American Psychological Association. He received his PhD from the University of Minnesota.
Courses & Syllabi
|Term||Catalogue Course Description||Syllabus|
|Fall 2014||EDUC 708 (PSYCH 708). Cognition and Instruction in the Classroom||EDUC 708 (PSYCH 708).
|Winter 2015||EDUC 715. Special Topics in Education and Psychology||EDUC 715.