Corinne  Hyde

Corinne Hyde

Associate (Teaching) Professor of Education

Ed.D., Educational Leaderhip (Educational Psychology Concentration), University of Southern California
M.S.Ed., Educational Psychology and Instructional Technology, University of Southern California
B.S., Elementary Education, University of Central Florida

Contact info

chyde@usc.eduPhone: 225-223-5531VirtualCurriculum Vitae

Concentration

Teacher Education

Expertise

Learning theories, educational technology, new media literacy

Certifications

  • Louisiana Teaching Certificate with ELL Endorsement - Expired
  • Louisiana Educational Leader Level 1 Certificate - Pending Verification
  • California Administrative Services Credential - Current
  • California Crosscultural, Language and Academic Development Certificate - Current
  • California Multiple Subject Teaching Credential (Preliminary) - Expired

Corinne Hyde

 

Dr. Corinne Hyde is an Associate (Teaching) Professor of Clinical Education here at Rossier. Her areas of expertise include Educational Leadership, Elementary Education, Educational Psychology and Instructional Technology.

Hyde has a wide variety of experience in the field of education, including classroom teaching, special education, community education, and educational administration. She currently resides in St. Gabriel, Louisiana (near Baton Rouge) and was the first full-time faculty member in the online Master of Arts in Teaching program to be fully off-site, teaching through the MAT online program’s virtual campus. Hyde is currently researching the process of transitioning to teaching online among postsecondary faculty and student engagement in virtual classrooms.

She received both her Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership with a concentration in Educational Psychology and her Master of Science in Education in Educational Psychology and Instructional Technology from the USC Rossier School of Education. She also received a Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education from the University of Central Florida.

Experience

Research:

Dr. Hyde is currently researching patterns of participation in online classrooms, faculty transitions to online teaching, and the use of tablet technology in graduate level teaching.

Professional Experience:

  • Assistant Teaching Professor of Clinical Education, The University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA.
  • Adjunct Assistant Professor of Clinical Education, The University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA.
  • Teaching Assistant (Volunteer), The University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA.
  • Classroom Teacher, Los Angeles Unified School District, Los Angeles, CA.
  • Preschool Program Coordinator, Greater Ithaca Activities Center, Ithaca, NY.
  • Center Director, Sylvan Learning Center, Ithaca, NY
  • 1:1 Special Education Teacher Aide, TST-­‐‑BOCES, Ithaca, NY

Classes:

Currently Teaching:

  • EDUC 518: The Application of Theories of Learning to Classroom Practice
  • EDUC 506: New Media Literacies in High Needs Schools

Prior Teaching Experience

  • EDUC 519: Human Differences and Teaching Special Populations (Master’s)
  • EDUC 516: The Framing Experience (Master’s)
  • EDUC 516: Framing the Social Context of High Needs Schools 2011 (Master’s)
  • EDUC 536: Inquiry II (Ed.D.) ~ Teaching Assistant for Michelle Riconscente
  • EDPH 687: Student Development in Higher Education (Master’s) ~ Teaching Assistant for Kaneesha Miller
  • EDUC 525: Learning (Ed.D.) ~ Teaching Assistant for Robert Rueda

Selected Publications

  • Ferrario, K., Hyde, C., Martinez, B., & Sundt, M. (2013). An Honest Account of the Humbling Experience of Learning to Teach Online. LEARNing Landscapes, 6 (2), 85-­‐‑95.
  • Hyde, C. (2009) The Relationship between Teacher Assessment Practices and Student Goal Orientation and Engagement in Elementary Mathematics (Unpublished doctoral thesis). University of Southern California.
  • In Preparation Hyde, C., & Ferrario, K. (2013, April) Understanding Student Participation in a Synchronous On-­‐‑line Learning Community.
  • Hyde, C. (2011) Review of Writing Assessment and the Revolution in Digital Texts and Technologies. Teacher’s College Record.
  • Hyde, C., & Ferrario, K. (2013, April) Understanding Student Participation in a Synchronous On-­‐‑line Learning Community. Unpublished paper to be presented at the American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA.
  • Hyde, C., Martinez, B., & Ferrario, K. (2011, July) Revamping the Tired Discussion Board. Unpublished paper presented at the Sloan-­‐‑C Emerging Technologies for Online Learning International Symposium.
  • Hyde, C., Martinez, B., Ferrario, K. (2011, July) How to Effectively and Safely Use Social Media to Enhance Postsecondary Classes. Unpublished paper presented at the Sloan-­‐‑C Emerging Technologies for Online Learning International Symposium.
  • Martinez, B., Hyde, C., & Ferrario, K. (2011, July) Redesigning a Completely Online, Blended, Masters-­‐‑Level Course: a Collaborative Model. Unpublished paper presented at the Sloan-­‐‑C Emerging Technologies for Online Learning International Symposium.
  • Ferrario, K. & Hyde, C. (2011, July) Understanding Student Participation in a Synchronous Online Learning Community. Unpublished paper presented at the Sloan-­‐‑C Emerging Technologies for Online Learning International Symposium.
  • Filback, R., Gallagher, K., Hyde, C., Martinez, B., & Sundt, M. (2011, February). Learning to Teach Online: Experiences of Faculty Introduced to Synchronous Video Based Instruction. Unpublished paper presented at the PASSHE Virtual Conference, online.
  • Filback, R., Gallagher, K., Hyde, C., Martinez, B., & Sundt, M. (2011, February). Learning to Teach Online: Faculty Experiences with Synchronous Online Instruction. Unpublished paper presented at the AACTE 63rd Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA.
  • Hyde, C., Ferrario, K, Crawford, J., & Carbone, P. (2011, February). Engagement in a Synchronous On-­‐‑line Learning Community: How Teacher Candidates and Instructors Interact in Whole-­‐‑ group and Small-­‐‑group Contexts. Unpublished paper presented at the AACTE 63rd Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA.
  • Carbone, P., Crawford, J., Ferrario, K., & Hyde, C. (2011, February). Pedagogical-­‐‑practices promoting discussion amongst students meeting in online, synchronous classrooms. Unpublished paper presented at the AACTE 63rd Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA.
  • Sundt, M., Gallagher, K., Filback, R., Martinez, B., & Hyde, C. (2011, February). An exploration of teacher educators'ʹ views of online learning. Unpublished paper presented at the AACTE 63rd Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA.
  • Filback, R., Gallagher, K., Hyde, C., Martinez, B., & Sundt, M. (2010, November). Learning to Teach Online: Experiences of Faculty Introduced to Synchronous Video Based Instruction. Unpublished paper presented at the Sloan Consortium International Conference on Online Learning, Orlando, FL.
  • Hyde, C. (2009, January). The Relationship between Teacher Assessment Practices and Student Goal Orientation and Engagement in Elementary Mathematics. Poster presented at the Hawaii International Conference on Education, Honolulu, HI.
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