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Professor

University of Central Oklahoma
fhammond@uco.edu (405) 974-5912 Educational Sciences, Foundations & Research CTL 216 , Box 206

Classes Taught

ESFR 5013, Found of Educational Research.

ESFR 5623, Secondary Class Assessment.

PTE 3023, Foundations Am Ed/Clinical Exp.

PTE 4853, Classroom Mngmt & Instruction.

PTE 4930, Secondary Class Assessment.

UNIV 1012, Success Central-BMI.

About

Dr. Frederick D. Hammond, III, has been a member of the Department of Educational Sciences, Foundations & Research at the University of Central Oklahoma since 2007. Preceding this, he served as Principal for Agape International Academy in Ramstein, Germany for four years and music director/teacher for the Department of Defense Dependent Schools, Japan, Germany, Italy, Great Britain & Panama for more than 10 years. Additionally, he led our troops as an instructor for the United States Air Force (Active duty) for 10 years.   Dr. Hammond received his bachelor’s degree in Music Education/Performance in 1988 from Langston University, a Masters of Jazz Studies from Sacramento State in 1990, a Masters in Educational Leadership in 2002 and subsequently his doctorate in Organizational Leadership in 2006 from the University of Oklahoma European Cohort 3.

 

Teaching responsibilities include Foundations of American Education, Developmental Psychology, Adolescent Psychology, Classroom Management & Instruction, Managing Secondary Classrooms, Foundations of Educational Research and lead professor for Education Assessment.

Interests

Motivation, Academic Achievement,Culturally Responsive Teaching & Playing music (saxophone)

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