Catherine Hahs Brinkley, Ed.D.

Assistant Professor, Division of Teacher Education
Phone: (626) 815-2264
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Biography

Catherine Hahs Brinkley, Ed.D., has more than 19 years of experience in education, including private schools, homeschooling, public schools including charter schools, and higher education. She is passionate about empowering teaching candidates to make a difference in the lives of their students both within their own community and the global world. Her areas of research interest have led her to partner with teachers in East Africa.

Education

  • Ed.D., Higher Education and Adult Learning, Walden University
  • M.A.Ed., Azusa Pacific University
  • B.A., Azusa Pacific University

Credentials/Certifications

  • California Clear Multiple Subject Credential

Academic Area

  • School of Education
    • Division of Teacher Education

Expertise

  • Active Engagement Teaching Strategies
  • Cultural Diversity
  • Teaching English Language Learners

Courses Taught

  • TESP 501 -
 Art of Teaching I
  • TESP 502 - Science of Teaching I 

  • TESP 503 - Soul of Teaching
  • TESP 504 - Schools and Systems
  • TESP 511 - Art of Teaching II
  • TEP 521/SPED 525 - Methods in Teaching Reading and Writing K-8
  • TEP 522 - Methods in Teaching Math K-8
  • SPED 500 - Special Topics
  • TEP 585/586 - Student Teaching Seminar K-8
  • TEP 590 - Intern Supervision and Support
  • EDUC 504 - Teaching and Cultural Diversity

  • EDUC 502 - Bilingual Methods, ELD Teachers

  • EDUC 503 - School Practicum in English Language Development
  • TESP 505/506 - Educational Foundations
  • TEP 545/546 - Clinical Experience: Methods of Integrating Humanities