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Caryl K. Hodges

Caryl K. Hodges, Ed.D.

Assistant Professor

Dr. Hodges has more than 30 years of teaching and administrative experience at the early childhood, K-12, and graduate levels. She has coordinated and advised for USF branch campus credential and Master of Arts in Teaching programs. She has taught at both the master's and doctoral level and was one of ten USF faculty members to travel to Xiamen, China to teach the first USF Master of Arts in Teaching English as a Second Language offered in collaboration with the Xiamen Education College.
In addition to research interests in the areas of curriculum and instruction in math, science, and the humanities, teacher induction, and environmental and multicultural education, Dr. Hodges has worked in educational software development including "Where in Time is Carmen Sandiego?" and writing the Teacher Guide for Broderbund Print Shop PressWriter as well as Teacher Guides and Parent Books for a number of Living Books.

Education

Ed.D., International and Multicultural Education, University of San Francisco, CA

Research Areas

Curriculum and instruction in math, science, and the humanities; teacher induction; early childhood education; environmental education, multicultural education.

Publications
Hodges, C. (2011). Multiple and Single Subjects Credential Program Review Document. (Document submitted to the Bureau of Institutional Review, California Commission on Teacher Credentialing for program accreditation).
Hodges, C. (May 2011). Common Core Standards Review Document. (Document submitted to the Bureau of Institutional Review, California Commission on Teacher Credentialing for program accreditation).
Curley, R., Hodges, C., Jonson, K. & Katz, S. (2002). Multiple and Single Subjects Credential Program Review Document. (Document submitted to the Bureau of Institutional Review, California Commission on Teacher Credentialing for program accreditation).
Hodges, C. (1999, 202, 2008, 2012). Handbook for MAT Thesis/Field Project. (Available to USF Master's students in the Teacher Education Department).