Bob Kohen, MA

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BA in History, California State University Chico 1966

California Teaching Credential, California State University, Chico 1967

MA in Curriculum and Instruction, California State University, Chico 1970

Teaching and Research Interests

Robert Kohen is a teacher with forty-eight years of teaching experience both nationally and internationally. He has been a college professor, program director, mentor teacher, curriculum task force chairman and an administrator. Bob has conducted staff development sessions for California Lutheran College, California State University, Chico, Butte County Office of Education, Chico Unified School District and for his own professional development company, Education Associates.  He has written model curriculum for CTAP and SCORE (Schools of California On-line Resources in Education). His Service Learning project " Capturing the Memories" received notice statewide and nationally at several Service Learning conferences.

Bob is currently an instructor in the Single Subject Program for the School of Education at California State University, Chico. He has participated in over two dozen programs involving the international teacher education.


  • Kohen R., Summers D., and Payne M. (September 2004) A Class ACT: Combining Academic Rigor with Meaningful Shared Learning. Classroom Leadership (ASCD Online Newsletter).
  • Kohen R. and Payne M. (2004) Enriching Social Studies through Simulations. Light Bridge (an online video and content resource or teacher education)
  • Kohen R. (1998) Immigration – Southern and Eastern European Immigrants to the United States Online: California Technology Assistance Project (CTAP) website
  • Kohen R. 1999 Whiteman’s Burden - A Study of Imperialism Online: Schools of California Online Resources for Education (SCORE) website

Curriculum Vitae

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