Professor Dennis D. Munk teaches undergraduate courses in classroom management, educational psychology, and instructional methods for special education, as well as graduate courses in research methods. He has conducted research in the areas of functional assessment, grading practices, reading instruction, and inclusive practices, and has served as co-investigator on research projects funded by the U.S. Department of Education.
Prof. Munk has published numerous articles and book chapters, and serves as a reviewer for two leading special education journals. He has published a book on grading practices for learners with special needs and a new text on leadership in inclusive schools. Prof. Munk also serves as Director of Teaching & Learning in the Center for Academic Development & Research (CADRE).
He has an Ed.D. in special education from Northern Illinois University, M.A. in clinical psychology from Western Michigan University, and a B.S. in psychology from Grand Valley State University. He joined the Carthage faculty in 2005.
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