H4E Course Director and Associate Professor of Educational Foundations
Location:4021 Sangren Hall, Mail Stop 5276
Mailing address:Teaching, Learning and Educational Studies
Western Michigan University
1903 W Michigan Ave
Kalamazoo MI 49008-5276 USA
Dini Metro-Roland is an associate professor of educational foundations at Western Michigan University. He received his doctorate in curriculum studies and philosophy of education from Indiana University. His recent publications touch on the themes of multicultural education, philosophical hermeneutics, and the pedagogical implications of online instruction. He is currently working with Dr. Paul Farber on a book that examines the qualitatively different forms of presence, authority and ethical relationships in online and traditional face-to-face instruction. Metro-Roland is also the course director for Humanities for Everybody and the coordinator of Western Michigan University's M.A. program in educational foundations.