Leigh A. HallLeigh A. Hall, PhD, is Director of Research at Merlyn Mind in Fort Collins, Colorado, where she focuses on understanding and improving K–12 educators' experiences with AI technology in their classrooms. Previously, she was a Professor at the University of Wyoming, where she held the Wyoming Excellence in Higher Education Endowed Chair in Literacy Education. During her time in Wyoming, she focused on how teachers can work with diverse learners to improve their literacy instruction, and the role that technology can play in enhancing and supporting that instruction. Dr. Hall is a recipient of the Outstanding Dissertation award from the International Literacy Association and the Early Career Achievement Award and Edward B. Fry Book Award from the Literacy Research Association. She has published in leading journals of literacy research and practice.
All titles by Leigh A. Hall:
Innovations in Literacy Professional Learning: Strengthening Equity, Access, and SustainabilityEdited by Dana A. Robertson, Leigh A. Hall, and Cynthia H. Brock
Empowering Struggling Readers: Practices for the Middle GradesLeigh A. Hall, Leslie D. Burns, and Elizabeth Carr Edwards