Department of Mathematics, Science, and
Instructional Technology Education

  Kenneth J. Luterbach


Area of Study






Assistant Professor

Instructional Technology



Flanagan 319

Mail Stop 566, College of Education, ECU

Ken Luterbach

Brief Biography

Dr. Luterbach enjoys teaching and developing instructional applications for learning and performance.  He seeks to develop effective and compelling instructional applications that motivate learners to continually enhance their knowledge and skills.  He wonders about instructional automation, which is the attempt to develop software tutors with capabilities to teach learners.  At minimum, software tutors, like human tutors, must diagnose and remedy learner misconceptions. Dr. Luterbach also wonders how to alter K-12 schools in order to make them equitable for students and teachers. 

Research Interests

  • Instructional design
  • Computer applications for learning and performance
  • Equitable reforms for students and teachers in K-12 schools


  • Manuscript reviewer for journals in educational technology
  • Presenter, Rose High School, Your Future in the World of Information and Communication Technology
  • Presenter, Teacher Career Day, Big Benefits and Big Risks of Big Data


  • Evaluation section writer, Teacher Quality Partnership Grant, funded by Office of Innovation and Improvement (US Department of Education)
  • Excellence in Distance Learning Teaching.  North Carolina Distance Learning Association

Faculty Bio: Dr. Ken Luterbach

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