Larry Morton, Ph.D. is a Professor in the Faculty of Education at the University of
Windsor where he teaches graduate courses in Educational psychology/statistics and
pre-services courses in Educational psychology/special education.
He has research interests in the following area(s):
Psychological aspects of learning and teaching at all levels
His current research focuses on technology in teaching & learning
currently the Graduate Studies Coordinator in the Faculty of Education.
Theses/projects supervised successfully include:
Howitt, C. (1997). An investigation of leadership styles in decentralized and
centralized schools. MEd Thesis, University of Windsor.
Oshar, N. (1997). The relationship between instruction of metacognitive
strategies and student academic achievement. MEd Thesis, University of Windsor.
Simone, D. (1997). The relationship between teacher stress and burnout in
special education. MEd Thesis, University of Windsor.