Department of Curriculum and Instruction
Gillham Hall 2000JJ
Mail Stop 924
Berhane Teclehaimanot, Ph.D. is a Professor of Educational Technology and Program Coordinator at The University of Toledo in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction. Berhane served for fourteen years as a Director of the Carver Teacher Education Center and taught over 22 years courses in educational technology, to strengthen the quality of graduate education through research and quality instruction at the graduate level. He has authored and co-authored over 55 research articles and has made over 82 presentations at the national, international and regional conferences on his research interests primarily on the integration of technology into the curriculum to enhance the teaching and learning process. In addition, he has provided over 60 faculty development/training workshops in various topics in the area of educational technology. Dr. Teclehaimanot’s research for the last seven years also served as the basis for the federal and state grants totaling over $7 million for the past 7 years. Dr. Teclehaimanot received the 2006-2007 Outstanding Faculty Award for Teaching from Judith Herb College of Education, at the University of Toledo. Dr. Teclehaimanot also received 2004 Distinguished Alumnus Award from the University of Toledo, College of Education Alumni Affiliate and an outstanding Citizen Award from Council of the City of Toledo. He was also recognized by faculty members in the colleges of education and art and sciences at the University of Toledo for his outstanding leadership in Educational Technology in 2003 PT3 faculty development technology training.
Berhane has B.A. in Geology from Saint Louis University in Saint Louis, Missouri and he holds Masters and Doctorate Degree (Ph.D.) in Educational Technology from the University of Toledo, Toledo, Ohio.