HeeKap Lee, Ph.D.

Professor, Division of Teacher Education
Phone: (626) 815-5360
Fax: 626-815-5416
Office Location: Building One, Suite 113
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Biography

HeeKap Lee, Ph.D., is an associate professor of teacher education at Azusa Pacific University. He has had ample experiences teaching higher education in various states, such as Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio and California. He has published many articles and has been invited to speak at multiple national and international seminars (located at China, Korea, and Thailand) on many occasions, lecturing on topics such as teachers’ disposition, multicultural education, educational technology, curriculum development, training evaluation and assessment, Christian education, and school change. He served as the editor for Teaching with Compassion, Competence, Commitment, a Christian teacher education journal, from 2006 to 2009 and is now serving as a book review editor of the ICCTE journal. His writing and research is mainly focused on developing effective teaching/learning methods in a faith-based education setting. His book, Faith-based Education that Constructs’ was published in August 2010 under the WIPF and Stock imprint. In the same year, another work, Why does a well-planned innovation fail? The importance of concern analysis was published by VDM Verlag DR. Muller GmbH & Co., in Germany.

Education

  • Ph.D. - Instructional Systems Technology, Indiana University
  • M.S. - Ministries, Cincinnati Bible Seminary
  • M.S. - Counseling Education (Counselor certification), Yon Sei University
  • B.S. - Pedagogy (Teacher Certificate, Middle School Social Studies), Han Yang University

Academic Area

  • School of Education
    • Division of Teacher Education

Courses Taught

  • EDUC 504 – Teaching and Cultural Diversity
  • TEP 507 – Educational Foundations and Classroom Experiences (7–12)
  • TEP 547 – Clinical Experiences in Curriculum and Assessment (7–12)
  • TEP 557 – Clinical Experiences in Teaching English Language Learners (7–12)
  • TEP 587 – Intern Teaching Seminar (7–12)

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