Johnson, Eileen

Eileen Johnson

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Eileen Johnson is an assistant professor in the Department of Educational Leadership in the School of Education and Human Services at Oakland University.ï¾  Prior to her appointment at Oakland University, Dr. Johnson worked in a variety of fields including elementary school education, school and educational psychology, and medical education.ï¾  Currently, Dr. Johnson teaches graduate courses in research methods, action research, program evaluation, philosophy/ethics of leadership, and learning theory.ï¾  During the fall of 2006, she was a Fulbright Scholar at University of Lapland in Rovaniemi, Finland where she taught an interdisciplinary action research course and an advanced interdisciplinary research seminar, and began a research study investigating the impact of disciplinary training, psychological type, and nationality on personal epistemological style.ï¾  Dr. Johnsonï¾’s scholarly interests currently include a continuation of the investigation of the research-practice gap and its relation to epistemological style, researching the development of personal epistemology and psycho-epistemological styles, interdisciplinary studies, and navigating the space between art and research, including public understanding of the meaning and purpose of each.ï¾ 

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