Graduate Student Innovation and Venture Development Herberger Institute
Hope M. Anderson is Clinical Assistant Professor of Spanish and founder of Teaching Solved LLC. She holds a doctorate in Second Language Acquisition & Teaching from the University of Arizona with a specialization in Second Language Pedagogical Theory and Program Administration. She coordinated the hybrid Spanish program at the University of Arizona and the lower-level Spanish program at the University of Massachusetts Lowell before coming to ASU. Her research interests include hybrid language pedagogy and curriculum design. Her first book, Blended Basic Language Courses: Design, Pedagogy, and Implementation, was published by Routledge Research in 2018. At ASU, she teaches Spanish linguistics and other Spanish content courses. Her startup, Teaching Solved LLC, aims to help teachers help students learn languages through useful tech tools.
Ph.D. in Second Language Acquisition and Teaching, major in Second Language Pedagogical Theory and Program Administration, minor in Spanish, University of Arizona
M.A. in Second Language Acquisition and Teaching, University of Arizona
M.A. in Instructional Science and Technology, California State University Monterey Bay
M.A. in International Policy Studies, specialization in Hispanic Studies, Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey
B.A., majors in Spanish and Music, University of Indianapolis