Dr. Andrew Kwok is an assistant professor in the Department of Teaching, Learning, and Culture. His research focuses on preparation and support of classroom management for beginning teachers, particularly those in or interested in going to urban environments. He also has research interests around beginning teacher induction, coaching, and mentoring, stemming from his work as a co-principal investigator of research with the Center of Teacher Innovation within the Riverside County of Education and partnered with the University of California, Riverside. He explores how different support systems can impact beginning teacher success and retention. Previously, he received his doctorate from the University of Michigan in Educational Studies and worked at California State University, San Bernardino.
- Ph.D. in Educational Studies, Teaching and Teacher Education, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor - (Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States) 2016
- B.S. in Brain, Behavior and Cognitive Studies, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor - (Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States) 2007
- Kwok, A., & Cain, C. (2021). Alternatively certified teachers’ perceptions of new teacher induction. Professional Development in Education. 1-13.
- Bartanen, B., & Kwok, A. (2021). Examining Clinical Teaching Observation Scores as a Measure of Preservice Teacher Quality. American Educational Research Journal. 000283122199035-000283122199035.
- Kwok, A. (2021). Flexible or Rigid? Exploring Preservice Teachers’ Classroom Preferences. Educational Researcher. 0013189x2110114-0013189X2110114.
- Kwok, A. (2021). Managing classroom management preparation in teacher education. Teachers and Teaching. 1-17.
- Kwok, A., Rios, A. R., Keese, J., Suárez, M., Worley, C., Patterson, M., Mitchell, D., & Huston, D. (2021). Match games: exploring the match between novice teachers and induction coaches. Teachers and Teaching. 1-23.