Academics

LMU Graduate Faculty


Dr. Kathy Hulley Kathy S. Hulley
 
Associate Professor, Graduate Education
  800-325-0900
  kathy.hulley@lmunet.edu








Education

EdD, Curriculum and Instruction, University of Mississippi, Oxford, Mississippi
MEd, University of Memphis, Memphis, Tennessee
BAEd, University of Mississippi, Oxford, Mississippi

Other Teaching Experience

  • Shelby County Schools, Memphis, Tennessee, Elementary Teacher (Grade 6), 1972-1973
  • Memphis City School System, Memphis, Tennessee, Elementary Teacher (Grades K, 5 inner city schools), 1973-1976
  • Union University, Jackson, Tennessee, Adjunct Professor, Student Teaching with Courses, 1990-1995
  • The University of Mississippi, Oxford, Mississippi, Graduate Teaching Assistant/Instructor, Senior Education Courses, Graduate Education Courses, 1995-1998

Consulting/Outside Training

  • Tennessee Department of Education Testing Services, Educational Consultant, Title I/Test Mate Manager
  • Tennessee Department of Education Reading First, Consultant for Campbell County Schools and Claiborne County Schools, Nashville Metro Schools
  • Hancock County Schools, Hancock County, Mississippi, Consultant for teaching Social Studies

Honors and Awards

  • Strathmore's Who's Who Worldwide Edition
  • Oxford Roundtable Completion

Professional Presentations

  • Hulley, K. & Thompson, J.A. (1997), Parent-teacher interaction for student success, Mid-South Educational Research Association annual meeting, Memphis, TN.

  • Hulley, K. & Harlan, J. (1998). Undergraduate Teacher Education Major’s Awareness of Cultural Diversity. Mid-South Educational Research Association, annual meeting, New Orleans, LA.
  • Hulley, K. (1998). Social Studies for Middle Schools, Hancock County Schools, Bay St. Louis, MS.
  • Hulley, K. (1999).  An Instructional Package Integrating Science and Social           
    Studies Instruction at the Fifth Grade Level,” Mid-South Educational Research Association, Pointe Clear, Alabama.
  • Hulley, K. (2001).  Curriculum Mapping.  Hancock County Schools, Bay St. Louis, MS.
  • Hulley, K. (2001).  Gender Bias:  What Are the Issues.  Mid-South Educational Research Association, Little Rock, AR.
  • Hulley, K. (2001).  Global Problems and Practices in Education.  Association of  Supervision and Curriculum Development, Boston, MA.
  • Hulley, K.  (2002).  Kindergarten Transition.  Claiborne and Campbell County School Systems, Tennessee.
  • Hulley, K. (2002).  Assessment, Diagnosis, and Intervention, Claiborne and Campbell County School Systems, Tennessee.
  • Hulley, K. (2002).  Multicultural Curriculum for Classroom Teachers., World School, Lincoln Memorial University, Harrogate, TN.
  • Hulley, K.  (2003).  Multiple Intelligences.  Elydale Elementary, Virginia.
  • Hulley, K.  (2003).  What Do I Teach.  Claiborne and Campbell County School Systems, Tennessee.
  • Hulley, K. (2003).  Building a Literacy Environment.  Claiborne and Campbell County School Systems,   Tennessee.
  • Hulley, K. (2004)  Reading First Presentations.  Warner Elementary, Nashville, Tennessee.
  • Hulley, K. (2004, 2005, 2006, 2007) Equity Issues at Knoxville Teacher Center.
  • Hulley, K. (2006) Higher Order Thinking.  TAMS, Gatlinburg, Tennessee.
  • Hulley, K. (2007).  Tolerance and Respect.  Knoxville Teacher Center.
  • Hulley, K; Cole, H.; Quarles.P. (2008).  Does Assessment Have to Drive the Curriculum?.  Oxford Roundtable, Oxford University, Oxford, England.
  • Hulley, K (2008).  Girls are Girls and Boys Are Boys.  Knoxville Teacher Center.

Research

  • NCLB Assessments from Classroom Teachers
  • Cultural Diversity Awareness of Undergraduate Teacher Education Majors

Publications

  • Hulley, K. (1998). An Instructional Package Integrating Science and Social Studies Instruction at the Fifth Grade Level, ERIC, 1999.
  • Hulley, K. (2001). Successful Parent-Teacher Conferences, Tennessee Educational Leadership (Vol. XXVIII, 2).
  • Hulley, K. (2001). Gender Bias: What are the Current Issues, ERIC, 2002.
  • Hulley, K. (2002). "Home and School Connection", Scotts Hill Bulletin Board (Vol. III, 1).
  • Hulley, K. (2002). "Reading Opens the World to Everyone", Scotts Hill Bulletin Board (Vol. III, 2).
  • Hulley, K. (2003). "Test and More Test-Yes, Parents Can Help". Scotts Hill Bulletin Board (Vol. III, 3)
  • Hulley, K. (2003). "What to Do with Summer School Vacation". Scotts Hill Bulletin Board (Vol. III, 4).
  • Hulley, K. (2003). "No Child Left Behind". Scotts Hill Bulletin Board (Vol IV, 1).

Professonal and Scholarly Affiliations

  • Phi Delta Kappa at Tennessee State University, Historian
  • Kappa Delta Pi
  • Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, member & associate
  • Tennessee Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, member
  • National Council for the Social Studies, member
  • National Science Teachers Association, member
  • Mid-South Educational Research Association, member
  • SACs Facilitator, Chair and Review Team Member Training (K-12 schools)
  • American Association of University Women
  • International Reading Association (IRA), member
  • University of Mississippi Alumni Association