FacultyFatemeh Zarghami

Fatemeh Zarghami
Office A147 Education Building
(320) 308-2006




Fatemeh Zarghami: serves as a Professor in the School of Education in the department of Child and Family studies in St. Cloud State University since 2000. She also served as a program evaluator for the St. Cloud school district, and St. Cloud State University for the Rural Integration Technology Education projects (RITE Federally funded Projects). She received her B.S. degree in child Psychology and M.S. degree in Educational Guidance and Counseling, and Ph.D. in Family & Consumer Science and Education from Iowa State University. She has taught online courses in human development, child psychology, parenting education, measurement and evaluation, statistics, and advanced educational research methods, at Alzahra University, William Penn University, and St. Cloud State University in Minnesota. Her dissertation focus was on distance education (Interactive Televised Education) as one of the most effective way of teaching diverse learners at the different locations. Her teaching and research interests include Parenting Education, Early Childhood Assessment issues, Application of Technology in educational contexts, Distance Education, Program Evaluation. She has received Fulbright Award from the Bureau of Education and Cultural Affairs of the Department of State, and the Council for International Exchange of Scholars (CIES) in 2010.

Courses that had been taught:

EDAD 680: Introduction to Research in EDAD

CFS 621: Child Development Research

CFS 422: Family Studies: Parent Involvement

CFS 421: Child Development

CFS 408: Authentic Assessment for Infants and Young Children

CFS 260: Children in the Changing World

CFS 220: Introduction to Parents and Children

CFS 200: Introduction to Education



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