Johnetta Hudson

Visiting Professor, Teacher Education and Administration
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Matthews Hall 218-Y
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940-565-3774
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Johnetta.Hudson@unt.edu

Johnetta Hudson, Ph.D., is a visiting professor of education administration within the Department of Teacher Education and Administration at the University of North Texas. Her scholarship focuses on race, class, and gender issues in education. Within this broad area Hudson has published on women's leadership in a male-dominated culture and leadership for educating a diverse student population. A secondary area of interest is leadership development utilizing technology. Her degrees are from Kentucky State University (BA), University of Nebraska (MA) and Indiana State University (EdS and PhD).


Selected Articles

Byrd, J., & Hudson, J. (2007). Statistical reform in educational administration: Report confidence intervals, effect size, and confidence intervals for effect size. Educational Leadership Review ,8(2),102-122.

Hudson, J., & Cowan, C. (2002) Culturally responsive education for urban educators: An annotated bibliography. Teacher Education and Practice, 15 (1/2), 189-202.

Hudson, J. (2001). The Silent destructive affects of stress: African American educational leaders beware. (pp. 55-59). Journal of National Black Nurses Association, 12 (1), 55-59.

Selected Book Chapters

Wesley, L., Hudson, J., & Marcanos, R. (2008). The rise of the feminine: What women of color bring to leadership roles. In G. Brown & B. Irby (Eds.), Women leaders: Structuring success (2nd ed.). New York: Kendall-Hunt.

Camp, B., Hartmeister, F., Brooks, J., Adkison, J., & Hudson, J. (2005). In C. Russo (Ed.), Education Law Association yearbook. Topeka, KS: ELA.

Camp, B., Hartmeister, F., Brooks, J., Adkison, J., & Hudson, J. (2003). In C. Russo (Ed.), Education Law Association yearbook. Topeka, KS: ELA.

Cummings, J., Hudson, J., Camp, B., & Adkison, J. (2001). Pupils. In C. Russo. (Ed.), Education Law Association yearbook. Topeka, KS: ELA.

Kitchen, M., & Hudson, J. (2000). Dreamkeepers in the making: Instructional strategies for fostering high expectations of minority students in teacher education candidates. In G. Grant (Ed.), Creative partnerships: Gateway to embracing diversity and multiculturalism. Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.

Recent Conference Presentations

Hudson, J. (2009). Cultural foundations in education: A blended trilogy of venues. International Conference on Blended Learning, Florianopolis, Brazil.

Byrd. J., & Hudson, J. (2009). An investigation of the training of principals to use data to Improve student achievement: Do principals have the necessary skills? Third International Conference of the American Institute of Higher Education, Nashville, TN.

Hudson, J., & Stromberg, L. (2008). Collaborative team projects in the E learning environment. International Conference on Interactive Computer Aided Learning, Villach, Austria.

Stromberg, L., & Hudson, J. (2008). Enhanced communications in online courses. International Conference on Interactive Computer Aided Learning, Villach, Austria.

Byrd, J., & Hudson, J. (2007). A call for statistical reform in educational administration: Report confidence intervals, effect size, and confidence. University Council for Educational Administration Conference, Washington, D.C.

Hudson, J., Byrd, J., & Brooks, J. (2006). Texas high school principal certification program. University Council of Education Administration Annual Conference, November, 2006, San Antonio, TX.

Hudson, J., & Stromberg, L. (2006). Creating effective online discussions. Texas Webct Annual Conference, College Station,TX.

Stromberg, L., & Hudson, J. (2006). Communication and feedback in a WebCT enhanced course. Texas WebCT Annual Conference, College Station, TX.

Hudson, J. (2004). Online discussions as an effective venue for student discourse In education administration. Conference of the National Association of Professors of Education Administration, Branson, MO.

Current Activity in Professional Organizations

Education Law Association

National Association of Multicultural Education

National Middle School Association Urban Issues Task Force