Education in the Appalachian States Information SeriesCategorized Under: Education
As technology increasingly transforms our daily lives, educators too are seeking strategies and resources that leverage technology to improve student learning. Research demonstrates that high-quality professional development, digital standards-based content, and personalized learning plans can increase student achievement, engagement, and critical-thinking skills and provide students with access to learning opportunities otherwise difficult to attain. ICF's information brief reviews the leading research and outlines specific strategies implemented at the state level to ensure that technologies meaningfully support the education of all students.
Senior AssociateICF International
Allison Nebbergall has expertise in social science and education research, including multisite, large-scale, randomized, controlled trials in schools. She currently plays a key role in the evaluations of the Diplomas Now and Junior Achievement programs. Dr. Nebbergall is a certified school psychologist and has worked in urban and suburban public schools, where she provided a full range of psychological services to students, staff, and families.
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