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COUNSELING, EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP, EDUCATIONAL AND SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGY (CLES)

JPEG ImageJason Herron

Assistant Professor, Educational Psychology
jason.herron@wichita.edu
Office: Hubbard Hall, Room 309
Phone: (316) 978-6943

GIF Image Curriculum vita


 

Academic Degrees

  • Ph.D., Instructional Psychology and Technology, University of Oklahoma, Department of Educational Psychology, 2015
  • M.Ed., Instructional Psychology and Technology, University of Oklahoma, Department of Educational Psychology, 2013
  • BA., Psychology, Southern Illinois University, Department of Psychology, 2005

Specializations
Complex decision making/problem solving
Pedagogical decision making
Epistemological beliefs
Motivation and self-regulation
Information selection and avoidance
Research methodology

Research Interests
Dr. Jason Herron studies the cognitive processes related to complex decision making and problem solving, teacher pedagogical decision making (teachers processes related to the decisions they make about their teaching practice, or classroom practices) and epistemological beliefs (e.g., beliefs about knowing and learning, such as the certainty of knowledge, the complexity of knowledge, the speed of learning, the ability to increase learning capacity)

Courses Taught
Reasearch methods, Statistical methods, Statistical methods, multivariate statistical methods, Experimental research design, Assessment in Counseling, Cognition, Motivation, and Classroom Management, Principles of Measurement and Evaluation, Psychology of Childhood and Adolescence, Cognition, Motivation, and Classroom Management