Marge Maxwell

Marge MaxwellDr. Marge Maxwell

Marge Maxwell has been a teacher, school district supervisor, and university professor of educational technology. She was a special education teacher, supervisor of special education, and a supervisor of instructional technology before moving on to the university level. She earned her Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction with an emphasis in educational technology. Currently, she is an associate professor at Western Kentucky University in the Library Media Education master’s degree program. Her research interests include effectiveness of online instruction; integrating critical thinking, authentic learning, and technology to produce deeper student learning; and connecting reform with Common Core Standards. She collaborated to develop CReaTE tasks for a set of six Elementary Mathematics books aligned with the Common Core standards to help students delve deeper into solving authentic mathematics problems.

Education:

1983 – 1991        Doctor of Philosophy in Curriculum and Instruction. (August, 1991) University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, N.C.
1980 – 1983        Computer Programming, Central Carolina Community College, Sanford, N.C.
1978 – 1979        Master of Education in Exceptional Education. (June, 1979) University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, N.C.
1970 – 1974        Bachelor of Science in Special Education. (June, 1974) University of Georgia at Athens, GA.

International/National Presentations

Maxwell, M., Paganelli, A. (2014, July 1). Virtual makerspaces. Presentation at International Society for Technology Education Conference.

Maxwell, M., Stobaugh, R., Tassell, J. (2013, June 24). The CReaTE framework: A new lap in learning. Presentation at World Gifted Conference.

Maxwell, M., Stobaugh, R., Tassell, J. (2013, June 24). Authentic learning via technology. Presentation at International Society for Technology Education Conference.

Maxwell, M., Stobaugh, R., Tassell, J. (2013, April 30). Quality instructional planning: Improving pre-service teacher lesson planning. Presention at American Educational Research Association.

Maxwell, M., Stobaugh, R., Romero, E. (2012, June 25). Bloom’s Cognitive Processes as a Framework for Technology Integration. Presentation at International Society for Technology Education Conference.

Maxwell, M., Maxwell, C. N., Romero, E. (2012, June 25). Create, Communicate, and Captivate: Spicing Up your Online Class. Presentation at International Society for Technology Education Conference.

Maxwell, M., Stobaugh, R, & Tassell, J. (2012, June 26). CReaTE: A Framework for Impacting Student Learning Through Technology Integration. Paper presented at International Society for Technology Education Conference.

Maxwell, M., Romero, E. (2012, June 24). Building Global Partnerships. Presentation at International Society for Technology Education Conference.

Maxwell, M., Constant, M. D., Stobaugh, R. R., & Tassell, J. (2011, March 8). Developing a HEAT framework for assessment and instruction. Paper presented at the Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference, Nashville, TN.

National Peer Reviewed Publications:

Stobaugh, R., Maxwell, M., Tassell, J. (2015). Technology-infused instructional framework: Improving pre-service teacher lesson planning. Educational Renaissance, 4(1), 3-18. Retrieved from http://educationalrenaissance.org/index.php/edren/article/view/89/pdf

Tassell, J. L., Maxwell, M., Stobaugh, R. (2013). CReaTE excellence: Advocate for your child’s instructional design to maximize STEM learning. Parenting for High Potential. 3 (3).

Shackelford, J.L. & Maxwell, M. (2013). Contribution of learner-instructor interaction to sense of community in graduate online education. Journal of Online Learning and Teaching, 4(8), 248-260.

Shackelford, J. & Maxwell, M. (2012). Sense of community in graduate online education: Contribution of learner to learner interaction. The International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning, 13(4). http://www.irrodl.org/index.php/irrodl/article/view/1339/2317

Tassell, J., & Maxwell, M. (2012). Toyota Math and Technology Leadership Academy:  Successes through a unique initiative.  Stem and Leaf, 6, p.4-7. Washington, DC: National Association of Gifted Children.

Maxwell, M., Constant, M., Stobaugh, R. & Tassell, J. (2011). Developing a HEAT framework for assessing and improving instruction. In Research Highlights in Technology and Teacher Education 2011.  Chesapeake, VA: SITE. 

Maxwell, M. B., Stobaugh, R. R., & Tassell, J. L. (2011). Analyzing HEAT of lesson plans in pre-service and advanced teacher education. Journal of the Research Center for Educational Technology, 7(1).

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