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Peggy Hopper, Ph.D.

Office: 338 Allen Hall
Phone: 6623257118
Email: pfh7@msstate.edu
(website)
(Curriculum Vitae)


Education

Ph.D.
University of Tennessee
Holistic Teaching and Learning

Ed.S.
University of Memphis

Reading Education

M.S.
University of Memphis
Curriculum and Instruction

B.A.
Mississippi State University
Liberal Arts

Teaching

EDS 3673 Secondary English/Language Arts Education
EDS 4673/6673 Methods of Teaching English/Language Arts
RDG 3513 Developing Reading Strategies in the Secondary Content Area
RDG 8653 Teaching Reading in the Secondary Schools

Research

Durst, H.H., & Hopper, P.F.  (2010).  Building life long readers.  National Forum of Teacher Education Journal, 20(1). [refereed journal]

Mulkana, A. J., Hopper, P. F., & Jayroe, T.   (2010).  School success for at-risk students.  Schooling, 1(1).  [refereed journal]                           

West, J.,  Hopper, P.F., & Hamil, B.  (2010).    Science literacy:  Is classroom instruction enough?National Forum of Teacher Education Journal, 20(3).  [refereed journal]

Miller, S., & Hopper, P. F.  (2010).  Supporting reading goals through the visual arts.  Reading Improvement, 47(1), 3-6. [refereed journal]

Hopper, P. F.  (2010).  The Adventures of John Hart and Theodore Roosevelt Holumway Jones: Chasing Bandits.  Nashville, TN:  Providence House. 

Hopper, P.F.  (2010).  Peggy Sue in the Pepper Patch.  Nashville, TN: Providence House.

Service

Professional: 

Reviewer for the Assembly on Literature for Adolescents of NCTE (the ALAN) Review

University:

Phi Kappa Phi, President of MSU chapter; National Phi Kappa Phi
          Credentials Committee, 2010-2011

      Faculty Representative, MSU Institutional Effectiveness Committee

Department: 

Member, NCATE Committee

Faculty Advisor, Mississippi Association of Educators

Faculty Advisor, Mississippi Professional Educators

Member, CISE Department Chair Search Committee

Coordinator, Secondary Program Area, Undergraduate

Representative, Faculty Council

Representative, Library Committee



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