Anya Kayne


Anya Kayne
Anya Kayne


Stevenson 2003

Office Hours

Available By Appointment Only

I have been teaching in the Early Childhood Studies department at SSU since 2014.  Working with college students as they develop into future leaders in our communities is a privilege.  I particularly love to support SSU students as they make meaningful connections about developmentally appropriate practices, develop positive strategies for supporting all children and families, and shape their own ideology about how to most effectively impact our communities.  In addition to teaching and advising at SSU, for the past eight years, I have worked as a parent educator, supporting at-risk families. In my free time, I love to spend time with my family outside, hiking and mountain biking.

  • M.A., Education, SSU
  • Multiple Subject Teaching Credential, SSU
  • B.S., Human Development, U.C. Davis


Academic Interests
  • Supporting families and teachers who struggle with challenging behavior
  • Resilience in children and families
  • Designing effective, developmentally appropriate integrated curriculum that engages all learners
  • Building critical thinking skills

EDEC 160A/B, EDEC 178, EDEC 406, EDEC 420, EDEC 478

  • Elementary school teacher (2001 – 2009)
  • Designed integrated curriculum and coached teachers. (2003-2013)
  • Triple P parent educator to families struggling with challenging behavior. (2012-Present)
  • Faculty, Early Childhood Studies at SSU (2014-Present)