- Additional Positions at AU
- Teaching & Learning Specialist, Center for Teaching, Research & Learning
- Adjunct Professorial Lecturer, School of Education
- PhD, Teaching and Learning Policy and Leadership - Science Education, University of Maryland
MA, Curriculum and Instruction, University of Maryland
BS, Biochemistry, University of Maryland
Hannah Jardine, PhD, is a teaching and learning specialist for the Center for Teaching, Research, and Learning at American University. At CTRL, Dr. Jardine supports faculty development through facilitating pedagogical training workshops, conducting one-on-one consultations, and developing resources and programming around inclusive and excellent teaching. Before joining the CTRL, she worked for The Catholic University of America’s Center for Teaching Excellence and University of Maryland’s Teaching and Learning Transformation Center, where she helped a wide range of faculty, graduate students, and undergraduate students grow in their teaching through consultations, workshops, learning communities, and ongoing programs. In addition to her work in post-secondary educational development, she also has experience teaching and supervising future K-12 teachers. Before, she taught high school chemistry for three years in Prince George's County Maryland.
Through her professional work, research, and teaching, Dr. Jardine aims to promote more student-driven, equitable educational experiences. She is particularly interested in research and programming around the notion of students as partners, or students and faculty/academic staff collaborating to improve teaching and learning.
EDU-420 Psychology of Education