Annie Hough-Everage, Ed.D.

Annie Hough-Everage, Ed.D.

Professor

Contact

P (760) 955-7555

Annie Hough-Everage, Ed.D.
Bio

Dr. Hough taught grades K – 6, RSP and SDC in grades 9 -12, junior college, and university classes in psychology and education, before joining Brandman.  Since then she has served on the Faculty Personnel Committee, was chair of the Academic Integrity Committee, and will be chair of the Curriculum and Academic Committee.  Dr. Hough-Everage is Chair of the MAE curriculum team and serves on the California Teacher of English Language curriculum team.

AWARDS
Dr. Hough received the Outstanding Faculty of the Year Award In Recognition of Superior Service to the University, Brandman University Chapman University System for 2010 – 2011 and 2011 – 2012.

2013-2014 Rotary Foundation Member of the Year from the Rotary Club of Victorville for Contributions & Service to Humanity through the Rotary Foundation.

Discipline

Doctorate of Education in (1) Curriculum Development and Systemic Change and (2) Child, Youth, and Family Studies;   Master of Arts in Education in Curriculum and Instruction;  Multiple Subject with Supplemental authorizations in Business and English;  Administrative Services Credential Certificate of Eligibility;  Certifications in (1) GATE, (2) CLAD, and (3) Gerontology.

Scholarly Activities

Reviewer for Corwin Publishing and Issues in Teacher Education and Journal of CA Council on Teacher Education; Numerous presentations at WASC ARC: Integration of Adjunct Faculty into Assessment and Student Success InitiativesAre Comprehensive Examinations an Obsolete Assessment Tool?; Reality Check for Technology Tools in 21st Century Classrooms; Infusing Critical Pedagogy into Instruction with International Language Teachers as Students to Help Meet Learning Program Outcomes-DLI Only; Applying NCATE  Standard 5: Modeling Best Professional Practices in Service at the Local University Campus;  Course Evaluations as Tools for Informing and Energizing Faculty;

Presentations at Annual Lilly Conference on College Teaching: Implementing a Course Based Demonstration of Mastery to Replace a Comprehensive Examination in a Masters Degree Program; Engagement Through Tools in Technology: A Culturally Responsive Approach; The Process, Creation, and Implementation of a Course and Instructor Evaluation Instrument for a Distributed Campus System in the Midst of Significant Institutional Change;

Speaker, National Technical Honor Society Induction and Department of Justice, Federal Bureau of Prisons Annual Graduation Program;

Presenter for Gifted/Talented Education and Cultural Fluency and Education:  Differentiating Instruction with the Use of Digital Learning and Developing a Democratic Action Plan for Art/Social Justice at Your High School;

Professional Experience

Professor of Education;  Interim Campus Director;  Adjunct Faculty, CSUSB and Victor Valley College;  School teacher, site administrative designee, literacy lead teacher, master teacher, summer school principal, and GATE coordinator;