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Washington State University
College of Education

Leslie Hall


Leslie Hall

Clinical Associate Professor
Department of Teaching and Learning
Slokane campus
Center for Clinical Research and Simulation 213
PO box 1495
Spokane, WA  99210-1495


Curriculum Vitae

Research interests

Leslie Hall’s research interests include educational technology professional development for K-12 teachers and teacher education faculty. She is working on a video game to aid Supiaq-Alutiiq youth to learn their native language.

Teaching/professional interests

Dr. Hall is the coordinator for the Spokane Master in Teaching program, and teaches in the Cultural Studies and Social Thought in Education graduate program. She is interested in media literacy, technology and culture, and technology in the classroom. Hall spent 13 years teaching elementary school in Mabton, Wash., and six years teaching graduate and undergraduate courses in educational technology and media literacy at the University of New Mexico.

Service interests


Dr. Hall was elected to the College of Education Faculty Affairs Committee (CEFAC), to represent non-tenure track faculty in non-Pullman campuses, with the appointment to begin Jan. 1, 2016.

Recent accomplishments

  • Hall, Leslie & Sanderville, James (2009). United Sugpiaq Alutiiq (USA) video game: Preserving traditional knowledge, culture, and language. Educational Technology. 49(6), 20-24.
  • Hall, Leslie & Campbell, Anne (September 2007). Online resources and instructional strategies for  K-8 ELL teachers and students. Learning and Leading with Technology.
  • Hall, Leslie (2006). Modeling technology integration for preservice teachers: A PT3 case study. Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education [Online serial], 6(4). Available:
  • Hall, Leslie & Hudson, Roxanne (2006). Cross-curricular connections: Video production in a K-8 teacher preparation program. Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education [Online serial], 6(3).
  • Hall, Leslie, Fisher, Clint, Musanti, Sandra & Halquist, Don (2006).  Professional development in teacher education: What can we learn from PT3? TechTrends, 50(3), 25-31.
  • Hall, Leslie (2006). Media literacy for educators: Fostering subversive allies. Journal of Democracy in Education, 16(1), 13-15.

Educational background

  • Ph.D. Ohio State University, 1996
  • M.A. Education, Instructional Design and Technology, Ohio State University, 1995
  • K-12 Teaching Certification, University of Washington, Seattle, 1977