Faculty Bio

Kim Sutton

Kimberly Kode Sutton, Ph.D.


Assistant Professor of Education

Coordinator, Early Elementary/Special Education & Middle Level/Special Education

Education

  • B.S. Old Dominion University (1990), Elementary/Middle Education, Teaching Licenses: Elementary Education (K-6), Middle Level Math (6-8), Middle Level Science (6-8), Middle Level Social Studies (6-8), Middle Level Language Arts (6-8)
  • M.S.Ed. Old Dominion University (1993), Special Education, Teaching License: Cross-Categorical Special Education (K-12)
  • Ph.D., Marquette University (2001), Curriculum and Instruction

Courses

  • Special Education Processes and Procedures
  • Evidence-Based Instruction: Students with Emotional and Behavioral Disorders
  • Assistive and Augmentative Technology
  • Selected Topics

Research Interests

  • Novice Teachers
  • Collaboration
  • Effective Teaching Strategies
  • Assistive Technologies

Recent Publications

  • Kode, K. (2011). "Five things every new teacher needs to know about classroom management." Middle Ground 14, no. 1.
  • Kode K. & Knurr, D. (2008). "Money matters: Fiscal responsibility." Middle Ground 11, no.3.
  • Kode, K. (2002). Elizabeth Farrell and the History of Special Education. Council for Exceptional Children: Arlington, VA.

Service

  • Book Reviewer, Middle Ground, Association for Middle Level Education
  • Manuscript Reviewer, Science and Children, National Science Teachers Association
  • Co-advisor, York College's Student Education Association