Patricia Kohler-Evans, Ed.D.

Professor & Director of Mashburn Center of Learning

Mashburn 127

(501) 450-3171

Educational Background

Doctor of Education, Memphis State University, Memphis, TN 38152. Special Education/Sociology, 1987.

Educational Specialist, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR 72701. Educational Administration, 1985.

Master of Science in Education, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR 72701. Special Education, 1978.

Bachelor of Science in Education, University of Central Arkansas, Conway, AR 72035. Special Education, 1973.

Teaching Field Specialization

Currently teach:

ELSE 6366: Educational Programming for Students with Mild Disabilities,

ELSE 6333: Math and Science for Diverse Learners,

ELSE 6375: Teaching Diverse Learners

Have taught:

Special education assessment, educational programming for students with significant disabilities, educational programming for students with mild disabilities in middle or secondary school, strategic instruction model, inclusive practices, characteristics of diverse learners…

Research Interests and Areas

Sorbet, S. R. & Kohler-Evans, P. (2019). Success is possible: Creating a mentoring program to support K-12 teachers. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield.

Rutledge, C. D., Bullard, M. B., Kohler-Evans, P., & Filer, J. D. (2019). The effects of cue-do-review on teaching assistant and student perceptions of learning. Education Journal, 139 (9) 182-196.

Kohler-Evans, P., & Rutledge, C. (2019). Recipe for teaching: Cue-do-review. Faculty Focus, April 8, 2019.

Kohler-Evans, P., Rutledge, C., & Barnes, C. (2019). Universal design for learning in the university classroom. International Research in Higher Education. 4 (1).

Specialty Areas

Implementing evidence-based interventions in AR public schools, providing effective coaching to administrators and teachers, inclusive practice, providing leadership throughout the state in the Strategic Instruction Model, collaborative teaming