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Dan Henry




Daniel Henry is an Assistant Professor of Educational Foundations at Auburn University. Previously he was a faculty member at Central Michigan University. He teaches classes in educational psychology, qualitative methods of research, inclusion of students with special needs, and program evaluation. Dr. Henry's undergraduate degree (in Secondary Education) and Ph.D. (in Educational Psychology) are from Indiana University Bloomington. Dr. Henry taught at the secondary level for eleven years, and has taught students from elementary to doctoral levels. He has authored articles on inclusion of students in special needs classrooms, and has served as principal investigator in several national-level program evaluations, including the Michigan Small Class Size Initiative study. His dissertation and current research focus on application of theories from ecological psychology to online learning environments as well as methods of program evaluation. Publications include articles in Teaching Exceptional Children, Exceptional Children, and poetry in Prairie Schooner and Yankee Magazine. Dan's wife Donna is a new social studies teacher at Auburn Junior High, his daughter Kaitlin is a senior majoring in English education at Purdue University, and his son Thomas is junior at Bloomington High School North in Bloomington Indiana. He has two golden retrievers, collects Indiana University Yearbooks and antique Zenith radios, and loves minor league baseball.