Todd Goodson

I began my career in 1982 as a teacher of English, speech, and journalism in a small country high school in northwest Missouri. Since that time, I have taught every level from seventh grade through Ph.D. students. I have taught in rural, urban, and suburban public school districts, and I have held university faculty appointments in Education and Arts and Sciences.


  1. -About Me

  2. -My Family

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Dept of Secondary Education

Kansas State University

Manhattan, KS  66506



KSU Profile

Currently, I direct the secondary education programs in English, speech/theatre, and journalism at Kansas State University. I teach an undergraduate methods course devoted to secondary language arts, supervise students' field experiences, and supervise graduate student research.  I also direct the Flint Hills Writing Project, a site of the National Writing Project hosted by Kansas State University.

Please take a moment to explore my pages listed below.


Check out my collection    

of archived teaching materials.

Conference Materials

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This is me being apprehensive at a surprise 50th birthday party.  Good thing 50 is the new 40.

My office.  Really.  Okay, it’ a replica of the Oval Office at the Carter Center in Atlanta, but since one of my doctoral students redecorated my real office, it is much nicer than this.