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Nicole Babalola

School of Education - Curriculum & Teaching
Lecturer
Ph.D., Curriculum & Instruction, University of Kansas
Primary office:
785-864-2874
Joseph R. Pearson Hall
Room 331
University of Kansas
1122 West Campus Road
Lawrence, Kansas 66045


Summary

Nicole S. Babalola, lecturer, joined the Department of Curriculum and Teaching in the fall of 2013. Previously she worked as an Educational Technology Specialist in online learning at Ottawa University and a early childhood teacher in a public charter school. Babalola earned her Ph.D. from the University of Kansas, her M.S. from the University of Houston Clear Lake, and B.B.A. from Southern Methodist University. Her research interest include K-12 online learning, using technology for instructional purposes in elementary pre-service teachers, and service learning in Professional Development Schools.

Education

Ph.D., Curriculum & Instruction, University of Kansas

M.S.INST, Instructional Technology, University of Houston-Clear Lake

B.B.A., Management Information Systems, Southern Methodist University

Selected Publications

Babalola, N. (in press). Curriculum Orientations of Virtual Teachers in Kansas. Journal on Education.


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