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Vol. 10, Issue 2, 2007

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Co-Editors

Millie Maxwell

Millie Maxwell Dysart is a licensed professional counselor and currently works as a counselor and psychology instructor at Saint Mary's School in Raleigh, NC. She holds a B.A. in English from Wake Forest University, an M.A. in English, and an M.Ed in counselor education from NCSU, where she is a full-time doctoral student. She is an avid tennis player, snow skier, and recreational runner.

millie@alumni.wfu.edu

peter holt

Peter Holt Wilson is a research assistant at The Friday Institute for Educational Innovation and The Center for Research and Development in Mathematics and Science Education at North Carolina State University. Before returning to graduate school at NC State, Holt taught secondary mathematics at his alma mater, Smithfield-Selma High School. His experiences there include the development of an honors level Discrete Mathematics course, teaching AP Statistics in a traditional and a distance setting, and working with English as a Second Language students. In 2004, Holt received Adolescence and Young Adult Mathematics certification from the National Board of Professional Teaching Standards. During his tenure at Smithfield-Selma, Holt attended graduate school part-time at East Carolina University, completing an M.A.Ed. in Mathematics in 2003 and a Curriculum Specialist program in 2004.

holtwilson@nc.rr.com

Jieun Suh

Ji-eun Suh is a doctoral student in Curriculum & Instruction with an emphasis in Instructional Technology at NC State. She received her M.Ed in Instructional Technology from NC State. Her interests include integrating technology in education.

jsuh@ncsu.edu


 

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Anne Akers

Anne Akers, a public school teacher for 20 years, has a master’s degree in history from VA Tech and an MLS from East Carolina University. Currently, she is the Director of the Media Center in the College of Education at NC State University where she is working towards her Ph.D. in curriculum and instruction with an emphasis on technology.


anne_akers@ncsu.edu

 

Carrie Blanton is a graduate student at North Carolina State University and currently working on receiving a degree in Curriculum and Instruction.  She received her Mathematics Education teaching degree from Clemson University, and taught junior high math in Spanaway, Washington. Her interests include staying active and taking part in outdoor adventure activities. 

clbridg@hotmail.com

Jeni Corn

Jeni Corn is a doctoral student in Curriculum & Instruction with an emphasis in Instructional Technology at NC State University. She received her B.A. in Psychology and M.Ed. in Educational Psychology, Measurement, and Evaluation from UNC. Jeni works with the Technology in Learning (TiL) program at the SERVE Center at UNCG as Program Coordinator. The TiL program promotes the use of technology to improve teaching and learning by providing technical assistance, authentic professional development in the areas of curriculum and instruction, leadership for technology, policy, and planning and evaluation.


Jennifer Davis is a full time doctoral student at NC State, working toward a degree in curriculum and instruction with a focus on social studies education.  She received her BA in history from Meredith College and her MA in history from NC State.  She is currently an adjunct professor at Campbell University, where she teaches Western Civilization, US History, and North Carolina History. 

davisj@mailcenter.campbell.edu

Angel Dowden

Angel Dowden, former School Counselor in Wake and Durham counties, currently serves as AP/IB program Coordinator for the NC Department of Public Instruction. She has a BA in English Education and an MA. Ed in School Counseling. Angel is currently in the Counselor Education Ph.D. program at NC State.

adowden@hotmail.com


lynnae flynn

Lynnae Flynn is a doctoral student in science education at NC State University. She received her BS in science education in 1995 from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She taught biology and physical science for four years at Sanderson High School in Raleigh, NC, before going back to graduate school in 1999. She received her MS in science education from NCSU in 2001. Her research interests include examining small group interactions using sequential analysis software and identifying power and/or status hierarchies within small groups.

flynnae7@yahoo.com

Shawn Y Holmes

Shawn Y Holmes has a Doctor of Dental Medicine (DMD) degree from Temple University School of Dentistry and is currently a doctoral student in science education at NC State University. She received her BA in biology from Temple University and has a MS in multicultural education from Eastern University in Pennsylvania. She taught biology and AP biology for five years in Philadelphia, PA and Long Beach, CA before starting at NC State University in 2006. Her research interests include computer simulations and their use as educational interventions as an impact on teacher’s ethical sensitivity to racial intolerance. 

surloc@gmail.com

 

Amanda Lambertus is a doctoral student in Mathematics Education at NC State University. She received her B.A. in Mathematics from Indiana University. After teaching high school mathematics in Indiana and Carteret County, Amanda earned a M.S. in Mathematics Education with a Minor in Mathematics from NC State University. Currently, she is a research assistant for MOSS.

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Kathleen H. Mapson    
Doctoral student,Technology Education    

kharrell21@yahoo.com

Gemma Mojica

Gemma Mojica is a doctoral student in Mathematics Education at NC State University. She received her B.S. in Mathematics from East Carolina University. After teaching middle school mathematics in Wake County, Gemma earned a M.S. in Mathematics Education with a Minor in Statistics from NC State University. Currently, she is a research assistant in the Center for Research in Mathematics and Science Education at NC State. She is particularly interested in issues related to the teaching and learning of probability and statistics, as well as how technology can be used to empower students and teachers.

gmmojica@ncsu.edu

annemarie timmerman

Annemarie Timmerman is a doctoral student in education research at NC State University. She received her B.A., C.A.S., and M.L.S. from East Carolina University. Annemarie has been a school library media specialist and a technology director in Caswell County Schools, NC. Currently, she works for the NC Department of Public Instruction as a Technology Consultant.

atimmerm@dpi.state.nc.us

 

Faculty Editorial Advisor

 

Edwin Gerler

Edwin R. Gerler Professor, Department of Educational Research, Leadership, and Counselor Education

http://genesislight.com/gerler/gerler.html

edwin_gerler@ncsu.edu

 

Managing Editor

 

Becky Reed

Beckey Reed Consultant for School Services, College of Education

http://www.ncsu.edu/mega/
http://ced.ncsu.edu/2/mga/middledata/html_index.htm



beckey@ahlgren.com

 

Technology Editor


Lisa Grable

Lisa Leonor Grable (former Meridian editor)
Director of Learning Technologies, The Friday Institute


http://ced.ncsu.edu/2/mga/middledata/html_index.htm
http://ced.ncsu.edu/ltrc/

http://www.ncsu.edu/servit/

grable@ncsu.edu
bethany smith

Bethany V. Smith is a masters student in instructional technology. She earned a BS in technology education from NC State University. Bethany has taught in public school as well as in the corporate arena. She is the Assistant Director of Learning Technologies for the College of Education at NCSU. Her interests include technology integration across curricular areas.

bvsmith2@ncsu.edu

 


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Meridian: A Middle School Computer Technologies Journal
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Volume 10, Issue 2, 2007
ISSN 1097-9778
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