Old Dominion University
United States of America - Norfolk
- 5th/6th Graders and Preservice Teachers Explore Engineering and Coding in a Combined After-School Technology Club/Educational Technology Course
- Helping Prepare Future Teachers for a Socially Networked World
- Using Technology to Help Build a Community of Future Teachers
- Using Technology to Transform Learning: Tell ISTE what Students Need to Know for the Future
- Pre-Service Teacher Social Networking Decisions and Training Needs: A Mixed Methods Study
Dr. Kelly S. Rippard is a researcher of English education, instructional design, curriculum development, problem-based instructional models, technology education, and blended learning. After having a successful career as a secondary and post secondary English educator as well as an instructional designer and curriculum specialist, Dr. Rippard is currently a lecturer in the department of teaching and learning at Old Dominion University in Norfolk, VA. Here she teaches future teachers about educational methods and technology. Her current research investigates a variety of topics including teaching pre-writing skills in secondary education, cooperative grouping methods, pre-service teachers and social media use, the flipped classroom, problem-based models in post secondary capstone courses, and perceptions of blended learning in higher education.