Dr. Kayla Hibbard began her career in elementary math education followed by six additional years in 8th grade math in the Clay County Public School District in Manchester, KY. In this position, Dr. Hibbard participated in several professional communities, such as; Next Generation Leadership Network, Site Base Decision- Making, and various leadership cohorts. Dr. Hibbard was also an active member in the PGES peer observations, as well as, serving as a KTIP Resource Teacher.
Upon completing her Doctorate degree in Educational Leadership Dr. Hibbard made the transition to higher education in the Summer of 2017. Dr. Hibbard accepted the position of MAT Field & Clinical Coordinator and Assistant Professor of Education where she currently teaches beginning level education classes and works with graduate-level student teachers. Dr. Hibbard serves as a member of the University's EPAC committee and co-sponsor of the University's Education Club and local Kappa Delta Pi chapter.
Doctor of Education, Eastern Kentucky University, 2016
Master of Arts in Education, Union College, 2012
Bachelor of Arts in Education, Alice Lloyd College, 2010
Hibbard, K. M. (2016). Impact of instructional coaches on elementary mathematical achievement (Order No. 10249317). Available from ProQuest Dissertations & Theses Global. (1867574014). Retrieved from http://libproxy.eku.edu/login?url=https://search.proquest.com/docview/1867574014?accountid=10628
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