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Lisa Hervey

Senior Research Scholar & Teaching Professor

Friday Institute 210A

919-513-8581

Bio

Dr. Lisa Hervey, NBCT, is a Senior Research Scholar & Digital Learning Coach at the Friday Institute for Educational Innovation and Teaching Professor in the College of Education - Instructional Technology Program at North Carolina State University. With over 16 years of experience, starting with 10 years as a public school 6th - 8th Language Arts teacher, her learning and teaching now focuses on the creation and facilitation of both face-to-face and online professional development that supports pre- and in-service educators in transforming their digital pedagogies and teach beyond the tools.

Scholarly Publications

  • Hervey, L., (accepted). Between the notion and the act: Distinctions among secondary veteran teachers' technological pedagogical content knowledge (TPACK) in 1:1 computing settings. In C. Angeli-Valanides & N. Valanides (Eds.),Technological pedagogical content knowledge. Springer Publishing:New York, NY.
  • Hervey, L. & Spires, H. (under review). Lost and found in translation: A TPCK view of mid-career teacher beliefs and practice. Thesis, North Carolina State University.
  • Spires, H., Hervey, L., & Watson, T. (in press). Scaffolding the TPACK framework with literacy teachers: New literacies, new minds. In S. Kajder's and C.A. Young (Eds.). Research on English language arts and technology. Greenwich, CN: Information Age Press.
  • Spires, H., Hervey, L., Morris, G., & Stelpflug, C. (2012). Energizing project-based inquiry: Middle grade students read, write, and create videos. Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, 55(6), 483-493. doi:10.1002/JAAL.00058
  • Spires, H. & Hervey, L. (2011). Does interaction with a web-based learning environment lead to higher levels of writing self-efficacy for sixth graders? Chronicle of Middle Level Research 11(2), 7-15.
  • Spires, H., & Hervey, L. (2011). New technologies, new pedagogies: Finding the "grail" in higher education. Journal of Leadership Studies, 4(4), 54-56. DOI:1.1002/jls.20194
  • Hervey, L., Spires, H.A., & Zhang, J. (2009). The awakening of adolescent education in the People’s Republic of China. In S. Mertens, K. Roney, & V. Anfara (Eds.), An international look at educating young adolescents, (vol. 7, pp. 287-311) . The Handbook of Research in Middle Level Education Series. Information Age Publishing: Greenwich, CT.

Courses Taught

  • ECI 541 Reading Across the Content Areas SUM I
  • ECI 514 Multimedia in Instructional Design SP
  • ECI 512 Mobile Learning SP/FA

Services and Engagements

  • Hervey, L., (Accepted, December, 2012). Who’s got TPACK? Distinctions and experiences for ELA teachers. Literacy Research Association 2012 Conference, San Diego, CA.
  • Hervey, L. (2012, June). Increasing student engagement: Digital tools in online learning environments. ETLO/SREB/ISTE Online Learning Institute, ISTE Conference 2012. San Diego, CA.
  • Hervey, L., (2011, April). Between the notion and the act: Distinctions among secondary veteran teachers' technological pedagogical content knowledge (TPACK) in 1:1 computing settings. Paper presented at AERA, New Orleans, LA.
  • Hervey, L. (2010, April). Lost and found in translation: A TPCK view of mid-career teacher beliefs and practice. Paper presented at AERA, Denver, CO.
  • Spires H., Hervey. L. & Lester, J. (2010, June). Narrative theatre. Poster session at World Media Summit for Children and Youth, Karlstad, Sweden.
  • Spires, H., Hervey, L., Rowe, J., Mott, B. & Lester, J. (2010, April/May). Do Think-Aloud protocols lead to higher levels of student engagement, metacognition and narrative writing achievement during game-based learning? Paper presented at AERA, Denver, CO

Research Areas