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Olatokunbo Fashola Sr Professorial Lecturer SOE School of Education

Dr. Olatokunbo (Toks) Fashola is a Research Professor and the Faculty Coordinator for the Dual Enrollment Program at American University. Her current research interests include STEM among underrepresented students in grades K-16, Resiliency theory, Resiliency theory in specialized settings, bilingual education and language and literacy acquisition, opportunities to learn during the non-school hours, culturally relevant program evaluation, and educating African-American Males. She also researches college attendance and dropout prevention programs that have yielded evidence of effectiveness, early childhood education, and wraparound programs. Dr. Fashola utilizes mixed methods to conduct her research, which includes policy analysis, program evaluation, and culturally relevant evaluation and assessment. She also has expertise in randomized field trials (RFTs) and Quasi Experimental Designs and has served as principal investigator, evaluator, and advisor for several programs and program evaluations across the country.
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Spring 2023

  • EDU-072 Culturally Responsive Learning

Summer 2023

  • EDU-072 Culturally Responsive Learning

  • EDU-074 Professionalism/Community Bldg

Fall 2023

  • EDU-072 Culturally Responsive Learning

  • EDU-410 Research Writing in Education