Shaun B. Kellogg
Dr. Shaun Kellogg is Senior Director of the Program Evaluation and Education Research (PEER) Group and Teaching Assistant Professor in the College of Education. Dr. Shaun Kellogg has over 20 years of experience in education as both a public school teacher and educational researcher. Since 2011, Dr. Kellogg has led comprehensive research, evaluation, and capacity-building projects centered on the use of technology to make learning more equitable, engaging, and effective for students and educators. He recently developed the Online Graduate Certificate in Learning Analytics in partnership with the College of Education and serves as the Principal Investigator on the NSF-funded Learning Analytics in STEM Education Research (LASER) Institute.
Prior to his work in research and evaluation, Dr. Kellogg spent 10 years in K-12 public education, beginning his teaching career as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Romania and later teaching in the public school systems of Michigan and North Carolina. Dr. Kellogg is an NCCTM Outstanding Elementary Math Teacher, Hoke County Schools Math Teacher of the Year, and North Carolina 8th District Congressional Scholar. He has taught grades K-12 in various capacities including roles in special education and AIG.
Dr. Kellogg holds a B.A. from the University of Michigan, teaching certification from Michigan State University, and a Master’s Degree in Educational Technology from Western Michigan University. He earned his PhD in Curriculum & Instruction at North Carolina State University and is a recipient of the first William C. Friday Graduate Student Fellowship for his research examining peer networks in online communities of practice and Massively Open Online Courses for Educators.
AERA Workshop on Learning Analytics Graduate Programs Highlights Need for Curriculum Sharing
During the American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting on April 13, faculty from learning analytics graduate programs across the country convened in a working group roundtable to discuss student competencies, curriculum and instructional approaches in order to improve existing programs and guide the increasing number of programs in development.
Collaborative Team at Friday Institute, College of Education to Assess ATR Program Impact on Teaching and Learning in North Carolina with New NCDPI Grant
A recently funded one-year, $249,909 North Carolina Department of Public Instruction (NCDPI) grant will allow a collaborative team from the Friday Institute for Educational Innovation and the NC State College of Education to assess the impact of the teacher compensation models and advanced teaching roles (ATR) program on teaching and learning in North Carolina.
Friday Medal Ceremony Celebrates Two Educators Advancing Equity Through Research and Teaching
On Monday, Nov. 14, the Friday Institute held a ceremony at its home on NC State’s Centennial Campus for the first time in four years to honor both an education researcher and practitioner who were selected to receive its Friday Medal.