I’m grateful for the many collaborators with whom I work in my consulting business.
Carey is an Assistant Professor at Johns Hopkins University where she holds a joint faculty appointment with the School of Education and the Bloomberg School of Public Health. Within the School of Education, she teaches in the online EdD program. Her research focuses on understanding relevant learning theory and empirical evidence to inform the use of effective instructional strategies in order to build human capital. Her work explores the role of communities of practice in building and strengthening relationships among faculty interested in improving their teaching, and the extent to which these online communities could increase the use of service-learning and other evidence-based pedagogies. Her research also investigates the benefits of service-learning for faculty, students, and the community.
Dr. Elizabeth Anderson holds a bachelor’s of science in biochemistry and molecular biology certification; masters of science in instructional design and technology with a focus in online learning and is a Ph.D. in research methods and statistics. Dr. Anderson’s dissertation uses continuous online student behaviors in a partial credit Rasch model to measure online student engagement levels for online students in grades three through eight. Dr. Anderson has extensive experience in research- action and empirical research in both education and natural sciences- including research method development, data collection and management techniques, and inferential data analysis. Additionally, Dr. Anderson has experience working with large data sets, datamining techniques, and measure/model development techniques.