Mark Cooper

Mark Cooper, Ph.D.


Mashburn 238

(501) 450-3171

Educational Background

Ph.D. Georgia State University
L.P.C. Lamar University
M.S.E. Henderson State University
B.S.E. Henderson State University

Teaching Field Specialization

Guidance and Behavior Management
Supervise Internship II Candidates

Research Interests and Areas

Kohler-Evans, P., Calhoon, R., & Cooper, M. (2014). Effective school practices: Interventions made to last. Journal of the Effective Schools Project.
Barnes, C., Crow, R., & Cooper, M. (2014). Children building global relationships. Childhood Explorer. Association for Childhood Education International.
Filer, J., Barnes, C., & Cooper, M. (2013). Developing dispositions for success: Faculty members working in partnership with students. U.S./China Education Review.
Bihm, E.M, Crow, R., & Cooper, M. (2012). The child’s right to social emotional learning (SEL). Psychological Science and Education.
Filer, J., Barnes, C.D., & Cooper, M. (2012). The role of faculty in disposition development of teacher candidates: A neglected voice in teacher preparation. In C. J. Boden & S. M. Kippers (Eds.), Pathways to Transformation: Learning in Relationship.

Specialty Areas

Direct Mashburn Center for Learning Responsibilities
Direct UCA Super Kids
Social Emotional Learning
Service Learning
Positive Behavior Support Systems
Discipline Models for TIER I, II, & III Levels of Intervention
Teachers/Parents and the Struggling Learner