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Carl Hoagland, Ed.D.

Carl HoaglandCarl Hoagland, Ed.D.

Professor Emeritus

Carl Hoagland is the Emerson Electric Endowed Professor of Technology and Learning and the Director of the E. Desmond Lee Technology and Learning Center. He previously served as the Executive Director of The Regional Consortium for Education and Technology, a technology center that served over 30 K-12 school districts in Eastern Missouri and Southern Illinois. Dr. Hoagland has held academic appointments at the University of Massachusetts, Webster University, National Teacher Training College in Maseru, Lesotho, Incarnate Word University, Washington University and St. Louis University.

Dr. Hoagland holds a B.S. from Texas Lutheran University. After graduation, Dr. Hoagland did graduate work at the University of Stockholm, where he studied mathematics and Swedish. He received his Ed.D. from the University of Massachusetts with an emphasis in the area of science education.

Dr. Hoagland has authored numerous school district technology plans, books, journal articles and monographs. His work has appeared in publications in the US as well as in Africa. While working for the United Nations Scientific, Education and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) in Lesotho, he was a founding faculty member of the National Teacher Training College. He supervised the development of all of the self-instructional materials used in the college, the development of microteaching and the development and implementation a one-year paid internship.

Dr. Hoagland has received various awards for his work in education and for his community work. Of his many educational honors and awards, he is extremely proud of being selected as Outstanding Future Teacher and Outstanding Faculty Member. These awards reflect his greatest pleasures, supporting educators to become increasingly more thoughtful and reflective, and working with his colleagues. He has also received recognition for his extensive work with community groups including the United Nations Association, Planned Parenthood, the Boy Scouts and Parents and Friends of Gays. Dr. Hoagland has served on multiple boards that are dedicated to furthering the causes of education or creating a better global community. Currently he serves on the Center for Emerging Technology and the United Nations Association of St. Louis.