NordstromeHopeDr. Hope Nordstrom, Assistant Professor of Education


Contact Info:

Email: hope.nordstrom@lipscomb.edu

Office Location: Ezell 153D

Faculty Phone:  615.966.2013

Faculty Fax: 615.966.7628


Teaching Information:

Title: Assistant Professor, M.Ed.

Courses:  EG 5203-How We Learn, EG 5213-Instructional Design

Start Date at Lipscomb: August 2012


Education/Certifications: 

  • B.S. Multidisciplinary Studies-Human Learning (K-8) (Tennessee Technological University)
  • M.A., Curriculum & Instruction (Tennessee Technological University)
  • Ed.D. Leadership & Professional Practice (Trevecca Nazarene University)

Area of Expertise:

  • Technology Integration
  • Language Arts
  • Middle School
  • Homework
  • Classroom Management

Primary Research Interest:

  • Technology Integration
  • Language Arts
  • Effective Homework
  • Learning Styles

Awards and Honors:

  • Harpeth Middle School Distinguished Educator of the Year, 2010-2011 & 2008-2009

Professional Affiliations:

  • ASCD (formerly the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development)
  • International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE)
  • Society for Informational Technology and Teacher Education (SITE)
  • Tennessee Educational Technology Association (TETA)

Publications and Presentations:

  • June 24, 2011: NICEL Conference, Trevecca University (Nashville, TN): “DisABILITIES in the Workforce”
  • June 25, 2011: NICEL Conference, Trevecca University (Nashville, TN): “The Impact of Online and Traditional Homework on the Attitudes, Achievement, and Learning Styles of Sixth Grade Language Arts Students”
  • September 21,2011: Professional Development Session, Dickson Middle School (Dickson, TN): “Teacher Portal Training Session I”
  • November 9,2011: Professional Development Session, Dickson Middle School (Dickson, TN): “Teacher Portal Training Session II”
  • March 24, 2012: Doctoral Research Symposium, Trevecca University (Nashville, TN): “The Impact of Online and Traditional Homework on the Attitudes, Achievement, and Learning Styles of Sixth Grade Language Arts Students”
  • November 28, 2012: Tennessee Education Technology Conference (TETC), Nashville Convention Center (Nashville, TN): "Navigating the Cs of Technology"
  • March 27, 2013: Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education (SITE), New Orleans, LA: "The Impact of Online Homework"
  • March 28, 2013: Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education (SITE), New Orleans, LA: Roundtable-"The Global Hunger Game: Taking Action Locally and Globally through Technology-Based Inquiry Lessons"
     

Previous Experience:

  • Dickson County Schools, Dickson Middle School, Language Arts Teacher (7)
  • Cheatham County Schools, Harpeth Middle School, Language Arts Teacher (6-8)