Outstanding Undergraduate Teaching Award 2010-2011
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Katrina W. Hall

Katrina W. Hall
Childhood Education

Katrina W. Hall is an Associate Professor in the Department of Childhood Education in the College of Education and Human Services. She holds a Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of Florida. An alum of UNF, she served as a Presidential Envoy and was awarded a Bachelor of Arts in Communications in 1989. Dr. Hall joined the UNF faculty in 2004, teaching undergraduate and graduate courses in literacy and elementary and preK/primary education. She was appointed Professor in Residence at Woodland Acres Elementary Urban Professional Development School from 2009-2011 and participates in the preK/primary Community-Based Transformational Learning (CBTL) Engaged Department grant. Dr. Hall served as editor of the Florida Reading Journal, the state refereed journal of the Florida Reading Association, an affiliate of the International Reading Association. Her research agenda is framed around how children from diverse backgrounds learn, within a literacy context, with a current focus on independent reading.