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Matt Reynolds

Nov 3, 2020

Undergraduate Students Receive Certification in Use of Digital Classroom Tools, Develop Greater Understanding of Classroom Technology with Help of Assistant Teaching Professor Matt Reynolds

When courses moved online to help mitigate the spread of the coronavirus, Assistant Teaching Professor Matt Reynolds, Ph.D., saw how fast classroom teachers needed to become experts in digital tools. He has helped his current students develop this proficiency by having them become Google Level 1 Certified Educators. 

A group of children learn with computers

Mar 2, 2020

Friday Institute’s Longtime Commitment to Digital Learning Helps Change North Carolina’s Education Landscape

Since it began in 2005, the Friday Institute for Educational Innovation has incorporated a strong commitment to digital learning, which helped North Carolina become the first state in the nation to bring access to unlimited broadband internet to every classroom. 

New wolf statue on central campus.

Feb 11, 2020

NC State College of Education Faculty, Staff, Alumni to Showcase Ways College Prepares Students to Teach with Technology at Digital Learning Research Symposium

The College of Education has always incorporated technology into its classes for pre-service teachers. Now, faculty, staff and alumni will showcase those practices with others at the Digital Learning Research Symposium. 

Associate Professor Angela Wiseman

Sep 6, 2019

Associate Professor Angela Wiseman to Collaborate with International Universities on Upcoming Projects

Associate Professor Angela Wiseman has received funding for international collaborations on projects with the University of Wollongong in Australia, where she will use digital tools to document children’s understanding of place, and Stellenbosch University in South Africa, where she will examine how language diversity relates to educational contexts. 

May 3, 2017

Karen Tharrington ’17 PHD: Becoming a Better Online Instructor

Karen Tharrington ’17 PHD wanted to merge her interests in language, teaching and technology. She found a way through the College of Education.