D.Ted Hall
Assistant Professor of Literacy, Culture, and Language Education
W.W. Wright Education Building Room Wright Ed Bldg 2214
Phone : (812) 856-8259
Fax: (812) 856-8287
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My Ph.D. is in Learning, Technology, and Culture. My research, teaching, and service is at the intersection of emerging and new media; family and community engagement; ethnographic research methods; and critical literacy.Throughout my career, I have been committed to creating equitable educational contexts that enable students to mobilize their cultural identities as learners.




    • I was the chair for paper session on technology.
    • Diversity Matters: Developing Cosmopolitan Students in an Age of Globalization.
    • New Literacy and African American Literature: The stories of three African American young women.
    • Viewing All Students As Intellectuals: Honoring Cultural Legacies in the Classroom.
    • Designing with new media: The digital story of three African American students


    • Neal Marshal Black Cultural Center: Mentor/Speaker
    • My Brothers Keeper: I volunteered to speak to African American and Latina Males at Miami Middle School in Fort Wayne, IN.
    • National Council of Teachers of English: I am a member of Language Collaborative, which is a special interest group within the National Council of Teachers of English. I have been selected as the director elect.
    • Literacy, Culture and Language Education: I am a member of the website committee.
    • Curriculum Instruction: I participated as a member of the search committee for a joint position in special education and early childhood.
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