Our faculty consists of a group of innovative researchers and educators who are passionate about helping you reach your goals in continued education and specialized training.
Katherine Robertson, M.S.
M.S. in Mathematics Education
Katherine earned her BS in Mathematics and MS in Mathematics Education from Oregon State University. After graduating from OSU she moved to the San Francisco Bay Area where she taught for a year at Half Moon Bay High School and for eight years at Los Altos High School.
Katherine grew up along the Oregon coast. Since returning to her home state, she has become an avid DIYer working with her husband to build a tree house for their son. She also enjoys crafting and baking.
Ken Winograd, Ph.D.
Associate professor, Cultural and linguistic diversity
Ed.D., University of Northern Colorado
Ken's interests include the relationship between literacy and culture, social justice and research methods. He also coordinates OSU's collaboration in the statewide reading endorsement program.
Ken's elementary teaching career includes work in Colorado, Oregon, Norway and Japan. He has taught elementary grades one through six, as well as English as a foreign language. In 1998, Ken took a sabbatical and taught at an elementary school in Corvallis, Ore. That experience led to his re-education as a classroom teacher. He describes that transformation in his book, "Good Day, Bad Day: Teaching as a High-Wire Act."
Katherine Robertson, program coordinator
OSU College of Education
Additional faculty profiles affiliated with the Online Master of Education (Ed.M.) can be found on the Teacher and Counselor Education Faculty and Staff page on the College of Education's website