Carlyn Ludlow

FACULTY/ADMIN BLDG
Clinical Asst Professor
Faculty
WEST Campus
Mailcode
3151
Clinical Assistant Professor
Faculty
WEST Campus
Mailcode
3151

Biography

Carlyn D. Ludlow holds a Doctorate in educational leadership, administration, and policy from Pepperdine University, a Master's Degree from Chapman University, and a Bachelor's Degree from the University of Arizona. She has been a classroom teacher, an associate professor and program chair, an assistant dean, and a research/curriculum consultant for schools, businesses, and government agencies during her tenure in education. Ludlow has been recognized by districts, state agencies, and private corporations for her research, publications, and presentations in these areas. She is a twice honored university faculty member of the year and a recipient of a university distinguished contribution award. Ludlow is spearheading two new university initiatives in her current position at ASU, the LEAD (Learn, Explore, Advance, Design) project and the Collegiate Scholars Academy. She is researching initiatives that promote success for first-year full-time freshman in the teachers’ college. The L.E.A.D. project is a cohort-based program model with a case management approach for students entering the college. The L.E.A.D. team is developing an initiative to support sophomores as they transition from their first to the second year in the teachers’ college. They are also researching ways for sophomores to feel connected to the college and the field of education through civic engagement while advancing future educators’ knowledge and skills. 

Research Interests

Current Research Projects:

Ludlow is researching initiatives that promote success for first year full-time freshman in the Teachers College. A current initiative, the L.E.A.D. project, is a cohort-based program model with a case management approach for students entering the Teachers College. 

As part of team of Teachers College faculty and staff, they are developing an initiative to support sophomores as they transition from their first to second year in the Teachers College. The team is researching ways for sophomores to feel connected to the college and the field of education through civic engagement while advancing future educators knowledge and skills. 

Publications

Ludlow, C. (2013, July). Alternative certification pathways: filling a gap? [Second Publication] Education and Urban Society Volume 45 Issue 4, 440–458. doi: 10.1177/0013124511413916

Ludlow, C. (2011, June). Conversations about collaboration: Building the bridge between higher education and K-12. Invited address, National Center for the Learning Environment Annual National Conference, Mesa, Arizona.

Ludlow, C. (2011, August). Learning for all: Tools to support differentiation in the classroom. Scholastic Professional Media Presentation Series. New York, New York.

Courses

Spring 2018
Course NumberCourse Title
BLE 220Foundations of SEI
Fall 2017
Course NumberCourse Title
TEL 111Exploration of Education
TEL 201Teachers College Experience II
Summer 2017
Course NumberCourse Title
ELL 504Inst Design for CLD Students
Spring 2017
Course NumberCourse Title
BLE 220Foundations of SEI
Fall 2016
Course NumberCourse Title
TEL 111Exploration of Education
Spring 2016
Course NumberCourse Title
TEL 111Exploration of Education
BLE 220Foundations of SEI
TEL 294Special Topics
Fall 2015
Course NumberCourse Title
TEL 111Exploration of Education
TEL 194Special Topics
BLE 220Foundations of SEI