Kaye Busiek, EdD

Kaye Busiek


Office Address: HINTN 333
Phone: (281) 649-3044


Assistant Professor of Education

Program Coordinator, All Level Education and Secondary Education



  • BA, Houston Baptist University
  • MEd, Arizona State University
  • EdD in Curriculum and Instruction, Northern Arizona University

Courses Taught

  • Preschool Curriculum and Instruction
  • Curriculum and Instruction in the Elementary School
  • Curriculum and Instruction in the Secondary School
  • Action Research
  • Teaching Methodology for the Secondary School
  • Teaching Methodology for the Professional
  • Clinical Experience in Generic Special Education
  • Practicum in Early Childhood
  • School in a Multicultural Society
  • Content Area Reading
  • American Educational Reform
  • Classroom Management

Teaching Focus

Dr. Busiek’s primary focus is curriculum and instruction.


She has been a presenter at various national and local staff development conferences, and her presentation topics have included brain-compatible instruction, cooperative learning, instructional design, online instruction, culturally-responsive teaching, and classroom management.

Awards and Honors

Dr. Busiek was nominated in 2012 for the Opal Goolsby Outstanding Teacher Award.  She was nominated to represent the College of Education and Behavioral Sciences for the Piper Professor Award in 2015.

Additional Information

Dr. Busiek has served as an adjunct professor for Arizona State University, Northern Arizona University, and HBU. She has also served as a recruiter and advisor for Arizona State University’s master’s programs in the College of Education. She has worked for the Texas Education Agency as a Program Specialist in the Educator Standards Division where she worked to support educator preparation programs across Texas.

She is an active member of the Association of Texas Professional Educators (ATPE), the Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD), Phi Delta Kappa (PDK), Kappa Delta Pi International Honor Society in Education (KDP), and the Texas Association of College Teachers (TACT).