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- Ph.D. University of Missouri – Kansas City, 2002
- M.A. University of Missouri – Kansas City, 1996
- B.S.E. Emporia State University, 1984
Dr. Sheryl A. Hodge is a faculty member at Kansas State University in the College of Education’s Department of Special Education, Counseling, and Student Affairs. Dr. Hodge has over 25 years of teaching and advising experience in secondary and postsecondary education, including fifteen years as a professional evaluator, seven of which were with the Office of Educational Innovation and Evaluation at Kansas State University. Dr. Hodge currently teaches four courses in the College of Education: Principles of Assessment, Research Methods, Statistical Methods in Education, and Experimental Design in Educational Research.
Dr. Hodge earned her bachelor’s degree in Science Education from Emporia State University (1984) and served as a junior high and high school Science teacher and coach for the next ten years. She completed her master’s degree in Educational Research and Psychology (1996) and her interdisciplinary doctoral degree in Education and Sociology at the University of Missouri – Kansas City (2002). Dr. Hodge was an Assistant Professor at Francis Marion University in Florence, South Carolina and an Assessment Coordinator at Regis University in Denver before returning to her native home in Kansas and Kansas State University in 2005. While passionate about teaching and helping her graduate students to develop into quality consumers and producers of research, Dr. Hodge’s own research interests include social and motivational contexts of teaching and learning, self-efficacy, psychometrics, and the motivational characteristics and experiences of online learners.
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