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  • The Friday Institute
    21 2015 New Coaching Cadre for NC Digital Leaders Announced December 8 2014 View more news Advancing education through innovation in teaching learning and leadership we bring together students teachers researchers policy makers educational professionals and other community members to foster collaborations in improving education We conduct research develop educational resources provide professional development programs for educators advocate to improve teaching and learning and help inform policy making FOCUS AREAS

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  • The Friday Institute » Projects by Lead Researcher
    Collaborative Innovative approaches to support technology enabled learning Corn Jeni Evaluation of Race to the Top Evaluation of Vance Schools 1 1 Learning Initiative Golden LEAF STEM Evaluation Evaluation of IMPACT Model Evaluation of the School Connectivity Initiative North Carolina Digital Learning Plan NC School Connectivity Initiative archived Emer Phil NC Education Cloud North Carolina Digital Learning Plan NC School Connectivity Program archived Eseryel Deniz Building a Learner Centered Cyberlearning Environment in Computer Aided Design Education Digital Game Based Learning Design to Facilitate the Development of Complex Problem Solving Competencies in Interdisciplinary STEM Model Facilitated Science Learning Investigating instructional strategies complex problems solving competencies WIEP STEM Widening Implementation of Evidence Based Pedagogies in STEM Education Evans Michael Studio STEM Developing game based applications to enhance learning GAMES Project Gateways to Algebraic Motivation Engagement and Success Jones Gail Bottom Up Meets Top Down An Integrated Undergraduate Nanotechnology Laboratory FIRE Conceptualizing Non Contact Forces The Efficacy of Visuohaptic Simulations Master Science Hobbyists Characteristics Motivations Experiences and Career Trajectories The ASSIST Center Pre College Education Outreach Program Pre College Education Outreach Program Center for Molecular Spintronics archived Trajectory of Science Scholars archived NC QUEST The Science Scholars Academy archived Kleiman Glenn MOOC Ed A Massive Online Open Course MOOC for Educators The Digital Learning Transition North Carolina Digital Learning Plan NC 1 1 Learning Technology Initiative Planning archived Lee Hollylynne PTMT Preparing to Teach Mathematics with Technology Noyce Mathematics Education Teaching Scholars Noyce METS Spires Hiller China Connections Promoting global connections with new literacies in Beijing China Crystal Island 5 Developing Science Problem Solving Skills Engagement Through Intelligent Game Based Learning Environments Crystal Island 8 Pedagogical Agents for Dynamic High Performance Inquiry Based Learning Having Our Say Stakeholders Share Perspectives on Education New Literacies Collaborative Promoting research professional development and global connections with

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  • The Friday Institute » Directory
    New Coaching Cadre for NC Digital Leaders Announced December 8 2014 View more news Directory Search Directory Lauren Milam Acree Research Associate Phone 919 513 8577 home Email lkmilam ncsu edu INTERNET MOOC Ed Digital Learning Plan Arnita Adams Director of Finance Business Phone 919 513 8537 work Email atadams ncsu edu INTERNET Kemal Akoglu Graduate Research Assistant Phone 919 450 8473 work Email kakoglu ncsu edu INTERNET GAMES Project No Photo Available Emily Antoszyk Research Assistant Phone 919 513 7911 work Email eaantosz ncsu edu INTERNET Jonathan Barbee Events Coordinator Phone 919 513 8547 work Email jlbarbe2 ncsu edu INTERNET Courtney Behrle Graduate Research Assistant Email cdbehrle ncsu edu INTERNET Leonardo Project Dr Meg Blanchard Associate Professor Phone 919 513 8504 work Email meg blanchard ncsu edu INTERNET STEM Career Awareness Dr Sherry Booth Research Scholar Phone 919 513 8526 work Email sebooth ncsu edu INTERNET Evaluation of Race to the Top Epic Ed Connected Educators Project Students Discover Suzanne Branon Project Manager Phone 919 513 8557 home Email snbranon ncsu edu INTERNET Evaluation of Race to the Top Laurie Brummitt Graduate Research Assistant Phone 919 513 8580 work Email lcbrummi ncsu edu INTERNET Dr Lauren Bryant Research Scholar Phone 919 513 8568 work Email Lauren Bryant ncsu edu INTERNET Evaluation of Race to the Top Connected Educators Project Connie Byrd Coordinator Phone 919 513 8540 work Email cmbyrd2 ncsu edu INTERNET Kylie Cafiero Director of Communications and External Relations College of Education Phone 919 515 5912 work Email kylie cafiero ncsu edu INTERNET Sammie Carter Operations and Systems Specialist Phone 919 513 8513 work Email swcarter ncsu edu INTERNET NC Education Cloud Emmy Coleman Senior Research Scholar Phone 919 513 8552 work Email emmy coleman ncsu edu INTERNET Digital Learning Collaborative Tracey Collins MISO Project Coordinator Phone 919

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  • The Friday Institute » Leadership Team
    State University Raleigh NC in May 2008 Phil Emer Director of Technology Planning and Policy Phil Emer has spent more than 25 years working at the intersections of data communications research academia and business splitting time between the public and private sectors In the private sector Phil worked as an engineer with IBM as a technology executive with venture backed Carolina Broadband and as a technology director with not for profit MCNC In the public Read More Email phil emer ncsu edu INTERNET Phil Emer has spent more than 25 years working at the intersections of data communications research academia and business splitting time between the public and private sectors In the private sector Phil worked as an engineer with IBM as a technology executive with venture backed Carolina Broadband and as a technology director with not for profit MCNC In the public sector Phil directed voice video and data communications at NC State University and now serves as Director of Technology Planning and Policy at the Friday Institute where he leads the NC Education Cloud initiative funded under the NC Race to the Top grant Phil serves on the Architecture Review Board of the Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium and on the Board of the Wireless Research Center of NC Phil holds a B S in electrical engineering from Virginia Tech and an M S in computer engineering from NC State University Mark Samberg Technology Innovations Project Manager Mark Samberg joined the Friday Institute in May of 2013 As Technology Innovation Lead Mark works with the project teams to identify select and implement technology solutions into the work of the teams across the Institute Prior to joining the FI Mark was the Chief Technology Officer for Bertie County Schools an Instructional Technology Specialist Read More Email mjsamber ncsu edu INTERNET Mark Samberg joined the Friday Institute in May of 2013 As Technology Innovation Lead Mark works with the project teams to identify select and implement technology solutions into the work of the teams across the Institute Prior to joining the FI Mark was the Chief Technology Officer for Bertie County Schools an Instructional Technology Specialist in Currituck County Schools and Hertford County schools and a math teacher and the designer developer of the SAM SPAN applications in Wake County Schools Mark has completed the Certified Educational Chief Technology Officer program through the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill holds B S degrees in Mathematics Education and Computer Science from NC State University and a Master s in Instructional Technology from East Carolina University Marjorie Santoro Executive Assistant and HR Director Marjorie Santoro is a Troy State University alumna She has been with NCSU since 2003 when she began her career in the College of Veterinary Medicine Ms Santoro expanded her university experience by working in CALS Personnel Dean s Office and then in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering as an Executive Assistant Before Read More Email msantor ncsu edu INTERNET Marjorie Santoro is a Troy State University alumna

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  • The Friday Institute » Directions
    News 5 Questions on Digital Learning About the Future Ready Summit February 13 2015 North Carolina Educators Get Support for Digital Transition January 21 2015 New Coaching Cadre for NC Digital Leaders Announced December 8 2014 View more news Directions The Friday Institute for Educational Innovation 1890 Main Campus Drive Campus Box 7249 Raleigh NC 27606 tel 919 513 8500 fax 919 513 8599 From I 440 Beltline Take Western Boulevard NCSU exit from I 440 Turn right downhill away from NC State s main campus onto Avent Ferry Drive At the second traffic light turn left onto Varsity Drive onto Centennial Campus At the first stop sign turn right onto Main Campus Drive Follow Main Campus Drive 1 5 miles until you reach the Friday Institute on the right adjacent to the Centennial Campus Middle School at 1890 Main Campus Drive From I 40 West of Raleigh including RDU Airport Follow I 40 East toward Raleigh Take the Gorman Street exit exit 295 from I 40 Turn left onto Gorman Street Stay on Gorman Street for about 1 2 mile Turn right at Thistledown Drive Stay on Thistledown for about 1 2 mile At the intersection of Thistledown and Trailwood continue straight ahead onto Main Campus Drive The Institute is located 3 4 mile ahead on the left From I 40 East of Raleigh Follow I 40 West toward Raleigh Take the Gorman Street exit exit 295 from I 40 Turn right onto Gorman Street Stay on Gorman Street for about 1 2 mile Turn right at Thistledown Drive Stay on Thistledown for about 1 2 mile At the intersection of Thistledown and Trailwood continue straight ahead onto Main Campus Drive The Institute is located 3 4 mile ahead on the left From Inside the Raleigh Beltline Take Western

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  • The Friday Institute » FOCUS AREAS
    NC Digital Leaders Announced December 8 2014 View more news FOCUS AREAS The Friday Institute focuses on the following selected areas of work in educational innovation to support the effective use of technologies and innovative teaching and learning practices in K 12 education Innovations in Teaching and Learning We develop and share innovative ways of teaching and learning that are made possible by multi media and networked technologies These approaches increase access to educational opportunities and resources especially for students and teachers in rural areas Our new educational approaches engage students in interactive visual learning environments and provide information to their teachers Education Workforce Development Prepared teachers and administrators are key to successful education Our focus on professional development provides educational leaders at the state district and school levels with the skills necessary for planning and implementing innovative educational programs These programs enable teachers to use the latest tools and resources to teach 21st century content skills We provide professional development opportunities that combine face to face and online activities to encourage participants to experience educational uses of technology in their own learning Evaluation and Policy Analyses Local state and federal policies guide schools to become more effective at preparing

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  • The Friday Institute » Selected Resources
    Formation and its Impact on Learning in MOOC Eds Shaun Kellogg Sherry Booth and Kevin Oliver Peer interaction in MOOCs for K 12 educators influenced in part by underlying network mechanisms resulted in productive and meaningful exchanges driven largely by small core of highly engaged participants Understanding Visual Characteristics in Virtual Digital Assistants that Support Positive Affect in Learning Elementary Science Eric Wiebe et al The goal of the Leonardo project is to create a tablet based elementary science learning environment that includes a virtual digital assistant Given the importance of the affective role in learning it was considered central that the embodiment View additional resources by visiting our Innovations in Teaching and Learning Projects Education Workforce Development The Digital Learning Transition MOOC for Educators Exploring a Scalable Approach to Professional Development Glenn Kleiman Mary Ann Wolf and Dave Frye In conjunction with the relaunch of the Digital Learning Transition DLT Massive Open Online Course for Educators MOOC Ed in September 2013 the Alliance and the Friday Cultivating Knowledge Sharing and Trust in Online Communities for Educators Sherry Booth Innovative uses of technology to support teacher learning are emerging through professional learning communities that leverage social networking technologies The value of an online community for educators lies in the rich and open exchange NELA Overview 2012 Bonnie Fusarelli and Matt Militello NELA fellows receive individualized specialized training and a full time internship where they are matched with a strong mentor and an executive coach In this video NELA graduates share their experiences and how NELA helped prepare them STNA The School Technology Needs Assessment Jeni Corn The School Technology Needs Assessment STNA say Stenna is intended to help school level decision makers administrators technology facilitators media coordinators or technology committee members collect data to plan View additional resources by visiting our Education Workforce Development Projects Evaluation and Policy Analyses Second Annual Race to the Top Evaluation Report Jeni Corn et al The North Carolina Race to the Top RttT professional development plan is an expansive and multi faceted effort to increase student achievement by updating the knowledge and skills of the state s entire public education workforce This initiative is driven by a host of recent changes including The Digital Transformation of Education in North Carolina K 12 Schools Glenn Kleiman and Jeni Corn This presentation to the NC Legislative Research Commission s Committee on Digital Learning provides an overview of the digital transformation of education in North Carolina including lessons learned from research and evaluation state progress Laptop Initiatives Summary of Research Across Seven States Jeni Corn et al Schools and districts across the country are expanding their use of educational technology through the adoption of one to one 1 1 computing initiatives One to one initiatives provide every student and teacher with a personal digital wireless device that includes up to date software and access to the Internet Lessons Learned about Collaborative Evaluation using the Capacity for Applying Project Evaluation CAPE Framework with School and District Leaders Jeni

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  • The Friday Institute » Events
    5 Questions on Digital Learning About the Future Ready Summit February 13 2015 North Carolina Educators Get Support for Digital Transition January 21 2015 New Coaching Cadre for NC Digital Leaders Announced December 8 2014 View more news Events The Friday Institute is a center for bringing together educational professionals researchers policy makers and other community members to foster collaborations that improve education Friday Institute researchers College of Education faculty and our partners lead seminars provide professional development opportunities and convene conferences to address the major challenges of preK 12 education in North Carolina and the United States If you need information about an upcoming meeting you are planning to attend please visit the Friday Institute Event calendar Recent and Upcoming Friday Institute Events Eval Empire Brown Bag Ignite Session Thursday February 19 2015 12 00 PM 1 00 PM Nortel Workshop AB Public education is at a transformational point New federal state and local legislative priorities and executive policies are redirecting funds for schools and education programs and supports As public and private funding streams shift evaluating the implementation and impact of investments assumes new significance The Evaluation Team at the Friday Institute for Read More WolfPack Writing Project Tuesday February 17 2015 1 00 PM 4 15 PM Wachovia Innovation Hall The Wolfpack Writing Project is part of the Teaching Writing Across the Curriculum course at NC State This project allows for pre service teachers to work in collaboration with middle school students at Centennial Middle School Read More Future Ready Regional Summit February 11 12 2015 Friday Institute NC State is hosting the national kickoff of a bold new effort to help school districts make the most of digital learning The Future Ready Summit is helping school districts in North Carolina South Carolina and Virginia create their

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