The Teaching & Technology Center fulfilled two faculty fellow positions for the 2018-2019 academic year; one available to full-time faculty and the other available to part-time faculty. These roles provide consultation services, support, and professional development opportunities for faculty colleagues interested in using technology for teaching and learning, as well as assisting the TTC in research for new initiatives. Please reach out to the TTC at email@example.com
or 508.531.2634 to set up a consultation appointment with either of our fellows.
Teaching & Technology Faculty Fellow - Dr. Jeanne Carey Ingle
Dr. Jeanne Carey Ingle is an assistant professor in the Elementary and Early Childhood Department. She is relatively new to higher education after working for many years as an elementary school teacher. She teaches courses in elementary education, inequality in education and educational technology. She has taught online, hybrid and on-ground classes for both undergrads and grads. In addition, she works with Title I schools on effective technology integration. Her research includes using technology to improve student outcomes, closing the achievement gap for all students and using immersive technologies to prepare pre-service teachers. She loves working with students, teachers, and faculty on how to best use technology to engage students, enrich content, and make learning accessible to all.
Teaching & Technology Faculty Advisor - Prof. Sharon Styffe
Our Teaching & Technology Faculty Adviser this academic year is Sharon Styffe, a part-time faculty member in the Management department with a focus on all forms of management and marketing and additional experience in teaching other disciplines such as technology, economics, accounting, and cross-cultural management.
A serial multitasker, Sharon has over 30 years of concurrent experience in business (20 years including AVP Marketing), small business ownership (16 years, 2 small business initiatives), and education (18 years in positions from lecturer to dean; teaching accelerated, hybrid, online, and classroom formats). Sharon has also spent some time as a paralegal which helps her to help others develop their own start-up businesses. Her experience as a program developer helped her start the Networks of Women Entrepreneurs (3 states) as well as to develop centers of excellence for colleges (Cisco, culinary, small business).
Sharon's current areas of interest include gamification (adding game components to the educational process), unleashing the full potential of the Blackboard Learning Management System, and helping others become adept in online teaching, which she has been involved with since ~2004.