Annemarie H. Hindman

Institution: Temple University

Annemarie Hindman is an Associate Professor of Early Childhood Education and Educational Psychology at Temple University. She also coordinates the Early & Elementary Teacher Preparation program and is the director of the Center for Assesment, Evaluation, and Education Policy Analysis. Dr. Hindman studies how young children build foundational skills, including language, literacy, and social competence, throughout the first years of life and the transition to formal schooling. Much of her work focuses on communities in poverty, including participants in Head Start programs. Her work includes three strands: professional development interventions, classroom-aligned family interventions, and secondary data analysis. Her research is currently supported by several entities within the US Department of Education, including the Institute of Education Sciences, the Office of Postsecondary Education, and the Office of English Language Acquisition, as well as the William Penn Foundation and the Annie E. Casey Foundation. Dr. Hindman earned a bachelor’s degree in history from Yale University, as well as a master’s degree in developmental psychology and a Ph.D. in education and psychology from the University of Michigan.