Allison Hall

Computing Commons
Instructional Designer Senior
University Staff
TEMPE Campus


Dr. Allison B. Hall graduated from Arizona State University with Bachelor of Music in Music Education, a Master of Music in Instrumental Performance, and from Boise State University with a Doctor of Education in Educational Technology. Allison taught K-9 music and band before becoming a district educational technology trainer for Mesa Public Schools. In her time there she specialized in assisting teachers as they transitioned to 1:1/blended learning environments and creating personalized professional development experiences for teachers. Allison is a two time Herberger graduate who embraces the opportunity to blend best practices for arts pedagogy and online learning to develop innovative learning solutions. In her work and research, Allison seeks to develop scalable and sustainable systems to personalize learning to help all students achieve their goals. As a life-long learner, Allison is a doctoral candidate in the Educational Technology program at Boise State University.



Boise State University / Doctor of Education - Educational Technology

MAY 2019,  Boise, ID

Arizona State University / Master of Music - Instrumental Performance

MAY 2006,  Tempe, AZ

Arizona State University / Bachelor of Music - Music Education

MAY 2004,  Tempe, AZ


Fall 2018
Course Number Course Title
HDA 521 Arts, Culture and the Economy