Dr. Kruger-Ross earned his Ph.D. in Curriculum Theory & Implementation from Simon Fraser University (British Columbia, Canada) in 2016 with an emphasis in Philosophy of Education. Dr. Kruger-Ross also holds a B.S. degree in Middle Grades Education (2005) and an M.S. in Instructional Technology (2012) from North Carolina State University.
Before joining the faculty at West Chester University, Dr. Kruger-Ross taught in the middle school at Carolina Friends School in Durham, North Carolina, and, while completing his graduate work, at North Carolina State University, Simon Fraser University, and Queen's University.
Dr. Kruger-Ross principal specializations are in:
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Dr. Kruger-Ross’s publication include:
Duncan, C. & Kruger-Ross, M. (2016). Can curriculum respond to the “crisis of technology”? Curriculum Oriented Towards World. Special issue of Antistasis on The Curricular Crisis of Technology: Complexities and Practicalities.
Kruger-Ross, M. (2015). Raising the question of Being in education by way of Heidegger’s phenomenological ontology. Indo Pacific Journal of Phenomenology 15(2).
Kruger-Ross, M. (2016). Approaching the ground of our assumptions about educational technologies. In L. Miller, D. Becker, & K. Becker (Eds.) Technology for Transformation: Perspectives of Hope in the Digital Age. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing, Inc.
Kruger-Ross, M. (2014). Connecting critical theory of technology to educational studies. Journal of Transformative Education 11(4), 297-311. doi: 10.1177/1541344614538521