Richard W. Riley College of Education and Human Sciences
Dr. Flohr is contributing faculty at Walden since 2006 in education and research, was awarded professor emeritus from Texas, and in 2017 won Walden’s Bernard L. Turner award. He served as president of a state association, Fulbright scholar, Faculty Fellow of the Association of American Colleges, and is the author of a Prentice Hall college text as well as research articles and book chapters. One of his books was recently translated into Chinese. He enjoys working with students on research and works for social change with solar energy.
RESI 8401 - Residency courses
RSCH 8110 - Research Theory
EDUC 8800 - Research Forum
EdD, University of Illinois
Solar Way Energy, Organizer - Fleetwood
Awards / Honors
Bernard L. Turner Award, Walden University, 2017
Fulbright Specialist, Fulbright , 2016
Flohr, J. W. (2017). 小孩子的音乐生活 .
Flohr, J. W., Persellin, D. C., Miller, D. C., Meeuwesen, H. (2011). Relationships among music listening, temperament, and cognitive abilities of four-year-old children. Visions of Research in Music Education.
Flohr, J. W., Persellin, D. C. (2013). Move to learn! Strategies based on recent brain research. Perspectives.
Flohr, J. W. (2017). Music education in early childhood teacher education programs in USA. Nanjing Normal University.
Flohr, J. W., Trollinger, V. (2012). The influence of online multimodal perceptions on critical listening skills.