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Devery Rodgers

Devery Rodgers, Ed.D., affectionately "Dr. Dev," has been impacting education for over 20 years. She is engaged in a deep and long-term exploration of the application of the tenets, tools, and methods towards performance improvement in education.


Doctor of Education: Education Leadership
University of Southern California
Dissertation: The social media dilemma in education: Policy design, implementation and effects

Master of Arts: Education - Curriculum & Instruction
California State University, Dominguez Hills

Bachelor of Arts: English and African-American Studies
University of California, Los Angeles

Research Interests

Education Technology Leadership

  • Tech Equity for Black Girls
  • Digital Technologies in Teaching and Learning
  • Instructional Technology Professional Development
  • Community & Family Connections with EdTech

Please see results of research in the publications and presentations below.

Publications and Scholarly Presentations

Rodgers, D.J.  (in press). The confluence of K12 education technology leadership. [Manuscript submitted for publication.]

Rodgers, D.J. & Brito, A. (in press). Digital leadership for online and hybrid student engagement: A duoethnography with edtech. In Perez, A & Orakci, S. (Eds.), Pedagogy, Presence, and Motivation in Online Education. Pennsylvania: IGI Global.

Rodgers, D. & Leonard, A. (2021, July 30). Innovative pedagogies: Leveraging the moment [Conference presentation], California State University Center to Close the Opportunity Gap Educator Summit, Long Beach, CA.

Rodgers, D.J. (2021). An ethnographic case study of pandemic pedagogy: K12 teachers’ choices for student learning. In A. Bozkurt (Ed.), Handbook of Research on Emerging Pedagogies for the Future of Education. Pennsylvania: IGI Global.