Dr. Shaun Kellogg is the Director of the Friday Institute Research and Evaluation (FIRE) Team and Teaching Assistant Professor in the College of Education. His research and evaluation work centers on the use of technology to make learning more equitable, engaging, and effective for students and educators. Dr. Kellogg has developed and taught graduate level courses and workshops in Learning Analytics, Text Mining, and Network Analysis and is developing an Online Graduate Certificate in Learning Analytics in partnership with the College of Education.
Prior to his work in research and evaluation, he 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.
He 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.
Learning Analytics in STEM Education Research (LASER) Institute to Build Learning Analytics Capacity in STEM Education Research
To support early and mid-career STEM education researchers in building their learning analytics capacity, staff and faculty at the Friday Institute and the NC State College of Education are establishing the Learning Analytics in STEM Education Research (LASER) Institute.
Let’s Get Digital
The Friday Institute's longtime commitment to digital learning helped change North Carolina's education landscape.
ARLnow: APS Technology Initiative Gets High Marks from Students, But Remains Polarizing for Parents
A new study conducted by Dr. Shaun B. Kellogg indicates that most Arlington Public Schools staff and students find personal electronic devices helpful in the classroom, but parents were more skeptical.