Dr. Ted H. Hull completed 32
years of service in public education before retiring and opening Hull Educational Consulting.
He served as a mathematics teacher, K-12 mathematics coordinator, middle school principal, director
of curriculum and instruction, and a project director for the Charles A. Dana Center at the University of Texas in
While at the University of Texas, 2001 to 2005, he directed the research project “Transforming
Schools: Moving from Low-Achieving to High Performing Learning Communities.
of the project, Dr.Ted H. Hull worked directly with district leaders, school administrators, and teachers in Arkansas,
Oklahoma, Louisiana, and Texas to develop instructional leadership skills and implement effective mathematics instruction.
Hull is a regular presenter at local, state, and national meetings.
He has written numerous articles for the NCSM Newsletter, including "Understanding the
Six Steps of Implementation: Engagement by an Internal or External Facilitator" (2005) and "Leadership
Equity: Moving Professional Development into the Classroom" (2005), as well as "Manager
to Instructional Leader"(2007) for the NCSM Journal of Mathematics Education Leadership.
He has been published in the Texas Mathematics Teacher (2006), Teacher Input Into Classroom
Visits: Customized Classroom Visit Form.
Hull was also a contributing author for publications from
the Charles A. Dana Center: Mathematics Standards in the Classroom: Resources for Grades 6–8 (2002) and Middle
School Mathematics Assessments: Proportional Reasoning(2004).
He is an active member
of Texas Association of Supervisors of Mathematics (TASM) and served on the NCSM Board of Directors as regional director
for Southern 2.