Doctor of Audiology (AuD) Student Teaching

I remain very actively involved in the education of AuD students even though I’m no longer fully employed as a faculty member at a single university. Rather … “The world is my classroom.” Here is a summary of courses I teach and a listing of my past and current university affiliations. The narrative is enlivened with a handful of photographs of AuD students from some of the universities.

Typically when teaching a course I combine one or two intensive 3 to 5 day periods of on-campus classroom lectures and supervised laboratory sessions with regular on-line chats and lectures throughout a semester. Doctor of Audiology students look forward to day-to-day interactions with a leader in the field who is also the author of books and articles they’ve read. My student evaluation scores are consistently high. And, I very much enjoy my time with students, both in the classroom and in casual after class discussions.


COURSES I TEACH:


  • Auditory Processing Disorders (APD): Neuroscience of APD, risk factors for APD, evidence-based assessment and management of APD in children and adults
  • Counseling: The importance of counseling in audiology, information/content counseling, personal adjustment counseling, criteria for professional counseling, counseling parents of children with newly identified hearing loss, tinnitus counseling
  • Diagnostic Audiology: Rationale for diagnostic hearing assessment, review of behavioral, electroacoustic, and electrophysiologic diagnostic test procedures, best practices, analysis of auditory test patterns, cross-check principle, clinical decision making
  • Auditory Electrophysiology: Electrocochleography (ECochG), auditory brainstem response (ABR), cortical auditory evoked responses, intraoperative monitoring, electroneurograpy (ENoG), electrical auditory evoked responses

UNIVERSITY AFFILIATIONS:


Adjunct Professor

Department of Audiology

Nova Southeastern University

Fort Lauderdale, FL, USA 

(2010-present)


Adjunct Instructor

Department of Speech, Language & Hearing Disorders

University of Florida

Gainesville, FL, USA 

(2012-present)


Adjunct Professor

Illinois State University

Normal, IL, USA 

(2012)


Visiting Professor

AT Still University of Health Professions

Mesa, AZ, USA

 (2014)


Extraordinary Professor

Department of Communication Pathology

University of Pretoria

South Africa 

(2010-present)


Professor

Osborne College of Audiology 

Salus University

Elkins Park, Pennsylvania, USA

Responsibilities: Teach online courses and face-to-face workshops in Master of Science in Clinical Audiology program, International AuD Bridge Program, and Advanced Studies Certificate Programs


Professor

Department of Communication Sciences & Disorders

University of Hawaii

Honolulu, Hawaii, USA

Responsibilities: Online instruction in Prerequisite Certification Program (PCP)


Visiting Professor

American University of Beirut

Lebanon

Responsibilities: Teach on-campus course in auditory electrophysiology; Teach online course on auditory processing disorders and tinnitus

I welcome the opportunity to teach focused seminars on topics such as auditory electrophysiology, tinnitus/hyperacusis, and auditory processing disorders or any of the preceding courses at any university anywhere in the world on an as-needed basis.


Please feel free to contact me via email at jwhall3phd@gmail.com to discuss teaching opportunities at your university