Kari Hobbs

Kari S. Hobbs, Ed.D.

Assistant Professor of Education

B.S., East Carolina University
M.Ed., North Carolina State University
Ed.D., Gardner-Webb University

Hardy Center
kshobbs@barton.edu | 800-345-4973 x6588

Kari Hobbs teaches courses in the general education program within the School of Education. Her experience includes teaching students of a variety of grade levels – elementary, middle, and high school. Dr. Hobbs received her bachelor’s degree from East Carolina University in Elementary Education. She holds a master’s degree from North Carolina State University in Agricultural Education. She earned her doctorate from Gardner-Webb University in Curriculum and Instruction. She holds a teaching license in the categories of elementary education, science education, agricultural education, and curriculum and instruction. She has published her dissertation entitled,”Beginning Teachers Experiences’ Working with a District-Employed Teaching and Learning Coach in the Role of a Mentor in a North Carolina School District,” December 2015. Most recently she coauthored an article, “Beginning Teachers’ Experiences Working with a District-Employed Mentor in a North Carolina School District,” published in the Journal of Organizational  and Educational Leadership.