Wanda B Hedrick

Professor

Childhood Education, Literacy, and TESOL • College of Education & Human Services

Areas of Expertise

Education

Ph.D. Education
University of North Carolina
1993

M.Ed. Educational Leadership
A&T University
1988

M.Ed. Reading
A&T University
1983

B.S. Elementary Education
Liberty University
1977

Biography

Dr. Wanda Hedrick taught middle school in North Carolina for seven years. After receiving her Ph.D. in Education from the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill she began teaching literacy courses at the University of Texas at San Antonio and moved to the University of North Florida in 2003.

Dr. Hedrick’s research interests revolve around understanding how to help students with reading difficulties. She has published a book, Instructional strategies for teaching content vocabulary grades 4-12, authored and coauthored several book chapters, and has written articles in such journals as Journal of Adolescent and Adult Literacy, Reading Teacher, Middle School Journal, Reading, Research and Instruction, and Reading Psychology. She served as a column editor for Voices from the Middle for several years. Her most recent work with her colleagues, Drs. Lunetta Williams and Katrina Hall, has been the development of an observational instrument to measure reading engagement during in school independent reading.

HedrickContact Information

Building 57, Room 2214

(904) 620-1365

whedrick@unf.edu

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