Ph.D. Interdisciplinary Early Childhood Education
University of Kentucky 2012
M.Ed. Early Childhood Education
Auburn University 1999
BS. Early Childhood Education / Family and Child Development
Auburn University 1998
Anna H. Hall is an Assistant Professor of Early Childhood Education in the Eugene T. Moore School of Education at Clemson University. She is co-chair of the Literacy, Language, and Culture Doctoral Committee and a faculty advisor for the Reggio Emilia, Italy Study Abroad Program. She also coordinates the Clemson University Advanced Placement Summer Institutes.
Her scholarship focuses on examining the writing attitudes of teachers and students and developing and adapting instructional writing strategies for children ages 3-5 years. In teaching undergraduate and graduate students, she models constructivist strategies and challenges students to design instruction that is meaningful and authentic to young children. She believes in forming research partnerships within her own community, as well as the educational community at large, to improve the writing lives of young children.
Early Childhood English Language Arts
Teaching Writing: Theory and Research
Social Development of Infants, Toddlers, and Young Children
Early Childhood Curriculums and Social Studies Methods
Advanced Early Childhood Curriculum