Marie Himes is the Director of the New Literacies Collaborative and a Research Scholar at the Friday Institute for Educational Innovation at NC State University. Himes works with the New Literacies Collaborative to analyze the intersectionality of literacy, evolving technologies, and media across research, policy, and practice. Prior to joining the Friday Institute, Himes taught middle and high school English, history, and social studies in North Carolina, Pennsylvania, and Germany. Himes earned her MEd in curriculum and instruction and her BAs in international politics and international studies with a minor in German from the Pennsylvania State University.
- Project-Based Inquiry (PBI) Global during a Pandemic: A New Learning Ecology Perspective , Education Sciences (2023)
- Teaching K-8 English Learners Literacy and Academic Content: Educator Beliefs and Discursive Engagement in an Online Teacher Professional Development Course , AMERICAN JOURNAL OF DISTANCE EDUCATION (2023)
- Supporting Students' Science Content Knowledge and Motivation through Project-Based Inquiry (PBI) Global in a Cross-School Collaboration , EDUCATION SCIENCES (2022)
- "We Are the Future": Critical Inquiry and Social Action in the Classroom , JOURNAL OF LITERACY RESEARCH (2021)
- Going Global With Project-Based Inquiry: Cosmopolitan Literacies in Practice , JOURNAL OF ADOLESCENT & ADULT LITERACY (2019)
- Cross-Cultural Collaborative Inquiry: A Collective Case Study with Students from China and the US , INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH (2018)