Anthony Kline

Anthony KlineDean, Associate Professor
Franks School of Education
(260) 665-4536 |

Areas of Expertise:

K-6 Education Methodology
Social and Emotional Learning
Culturally Responsive Teaching

Degrees Earned:

Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education, Ball State University.

Master of Arts in Special Education, Ball State University.

Doctor of Philosophy in Education Leadership and Research, Ball State University.

Work History:

Trine University | 2013 - Present

  • Dean, Franks School of Education (2016 - Present)
  • Assistant Professor (2013 - 2016)

Ball State University | 2008 - 2013

  • Assistant Professor, Department of Elementary Education (2012 - 2013)
  • Faculty Instructor, Department of Elementary Education (2008 - 2011)

The Orchard School | 2003 - 2008

  • Elementary Educator


Walker, C., Clark, P., Kline, A., Mucherah, W., Popplewell, S., & Thomas, K. (2016).  Studying abroad to inform teaching in a diverse society: A description of international elementary education teaching experiences at Ball State University.  In Heejun, A. (Eds.), Efficacy and Implementation of Study Abroad Programs for P-12 Teachers.

Kreamelmeyer, K., Kline, A., Zygmunt, E., Clark, C. (2016).  To see or not to see: Preservice teacher attitudes toward color blindness.  The Teacher Educator 51(2), 136-152.

Kline, A.  (2011).  Assessing the influence of social and emotional intelligence in effective educational leadership.  ProQuest international database and Cardinal Scholars University Library.

Ceglowski, D., Baker, R., Kline, A., Noel, M., & Peck, E. (2010).  The craft of research (book review).  Arizona State University’s Educational Review (March), 1-6.

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