EDUCATION

Ph.D., Educational Communications and Technology; University of Washington, 2012

Dissertation: Developing a Critical Dialog for Educational Technology: Understanding the Nature of Technology and the Legacy of Scientific Management in Our Schools

Cognates: Educational Leadership and Policy Studies, Educational Technology, Curriculum and Instruction, Philosophy

Graduate Certificate, Values in Society, Department of Philosophy; University of Washington, 2008

M.S., Curriculum & Instructional Technology; Iowa State University, 2003

Primary Area of Focus: Ethics in Instructional Technology

Secondary Area of Focus: Technology in Pre-service Teacher Education

B.S., Elementary Education; Iowa State University, 2000

Minors: Educational Computing & Religious Studies

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Strategic Leadership Program: Level I, University of Washington Professional & Organizational Development, Spring, 2015

University of Washington Information Technology Leadership Development Program, Cohort 6, 2015-2016

EMPLOYMENT

Global Chief Digital Learning Officer
OneSchool Global Limited, Auckland, New Zealand; January 2018 – present.

Director of Information & Learning Technologies
College of Education, University of Washington, Seattle, WA; December 2014 – January 2018.

Director of Technology and Integration
The Overlake School, Redmond, WA; August 2005 – December 2014.

Technology Integration Specialist
The Overlake School, Redmond, WA; July 2003 – August 2005.

Webmaster / Multimedia Developer
Technology Collaboratives, Iowa State University; May, 2002 – May 2003.

Webmaster/ Multimedia Developer
Center for Technology in Learning and Teaching, Iowa State University; January, 2002 – December, 2002.

Project Coordinator
Extended Classroom for Enhanced Learning, Materials Science and Engineering, Iowa State University; May, 2001 – August, 2002.

Webmaster
Star School Program, Ames, IA; January, 1999 – December, 1999.

Systems Support Specialist
College of Education, Iowa State University; August, 1997 – August, 1999.

Computer Lab Assistant
Center for Technology in Learning and Teaching; August, 1996 – December, 1999.

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Higher Education Teaching Experiences

Adjunct Instructor, College of Education, University of Washington; Spring 2015-2017.

  • EDPSY 514 A: History & Foundations of Educational Technology
  • EDPSY 581 B: Digital Literacies Research Group Seminar (Co-instructor)
  • EDPSY 581 F: Digital Ethnography Research Group Seminar (Co-instructor)
  • EDPSY 581 E: Digital Media in Teacher Education Research Group Seminar (Co-instructor)

Teaching Assistant, College of Education, Iowa State University; Spring, 2001-2003.

  • CI 201: Introduction to Instructional Technology
  • CI 302: Principles and Practices of Digital Learning
  • CI 501: Foundations of Instructional Technology

K-12 Teaching Experiences

  • Outdoor Education Program: The Overlake School, Redmond, WA: 2003-2014.
  • Technology Integrator: The Overlake School, Redmond, WA: 2003-2014.
  • Mini-Course Teacher: The Overlake School, Redmond, WA: 2003-2005.
  • Student Teaching: Maryhill Primary, Glasgow, Scotland; 2000. Eight week teaching assignment in a grade 4 classroom.
  • Student Teaching: West Elementary, North Polk CSD, IA; 2000. Eight week teaching assignment in a grade 3 classroom.
  • Practicum: Longfellow Elementary, Des Moines, IA; 1999. Math & Science teaching experience in a K-2 classroom.
  • Practicum: Edwards Elementary, Ames, IA; 1998. Reading Language Arts experience in a grade 5 classroom.
  • Practicum: Ballard-West Elementary, IA; 1998. Reading Language Arts experience in a grade 2 classroom.

RESEARCH / DISSERTATION

Frizelle, T. K. (2012). Developing a critical dialog for educational technology: Understanding the nature of technology and the legacy of scientific management in our schools (Doctoral dissertation). Available from ProQuest Dissertations and Theses database. (UMI No. 3521468).

Frizelle, T.K.  (2003).  Instructional Technology’s Unintended Consequences:  Moving Towards a More Complete Picture of Technology’s Impact on Education.  (Unpublished master’s thesis).

SCHOLARLY PRESENTATIONS & WORKSHOPS

Refereed Presentations and Workshops

Frizelle, T. & Mutti-Driscoll, C. (2017, October). Scaling and Improving Supports for Fully Online Undergraduate Students: An LMS-Based Advising and Resource Center. Presentation at the E-Learn: World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education, Vancouver, British Colombia.

Frizelle, T., Matheson, K. & Mutti-Driscoll, C. (2017, October). Using Online Course Activity Data and Visualizations to Inform Online Student Support Strategies. Presentation at the E-Learn: World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education, Vancouver, British Colombia.

Frizelle, T., (2013, May). Luddism as Epistemology: A Call for An Alternative Framework in Educational Technology. Paper presented at the Center for 21st Century Studies conference on the Dark Side of the Digital at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Milwaukee, WI.

Frizelle, T., et al., (2007, February). Responding to Children and Youth in Crisis: Educators in Partnership With the United Nations. Panel presented at annual meeting of the Committee on Teaching About the United Nations Conference, New York City, NY.

Frizelle, T., et al. (2007, February). Cambodian Rural Schools Project. Poster presented at annual meeting of the Committee on Teaching About the United Nations Conference, New York City, NY.

Andre, T., Chumbly, S., Frizelle, T., Hargrave, C., (2002, March). On-line Microscopes & Inquiry-based Science Instruction: Improving Technology in Teacher Education. Full Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education Conference, Nashville, TN.

Drew, J., Frizelle, T. & Rinkleff, S., (2002, March). Critical Issues in Distance Education. Panel presented at annual meeting of the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education Conference, Nashville, TN.

Andre, T., Chumbly, S., Frizelle, T., Hargrave, C., (2002, March). On-line Microscopes & Inquiry-based Science Instruction: Improving Technology in Teacher Education. Full Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Educational Computing Conference, Chicago, IL.

Regional Presentations and Workshops

Bell, A. & Frizelle, T. (2017, June). Critical Digital Media Literacy in Education. Presentation to World Learning Digital Communication Network Exchange Program, Seattle, WA.

Frizelle, T., Matheson, K. & Mutti-Driscoll, C. (2017, March). Using Visualizations to Map Student Interaction and Progress from Canvas LMS Course Data. Presentation at the annual Washington Annual Canvas Conference, Tachoma, WA.

Frizelle, T. & Kassissieh, R., (2007, June). Keynote: Is Social Software Changing Everything? Presentation at the annual Tech Share Conference of the Pacific Northwest Association of Independent Schools, Leavenworth, WA.

Frizelle, T. & Kassissieh, R., (2007, June). Installing and Managing Moodle and SharePoint. Presentation at the annual Tech Share Conference of the Pacific Northwest Association of Independent Schools, Leavenworth, WA.

Frizelle, T. & Robinson, J., (2006, June). Student Authored Multi Media in the Classroom. Presentation at the annual Tech Share Conference of the Pacific Northwest Association of Independent Schools, Bainbridge Island, WA.

Frizelle, T. & Standing, J., (2005, October). Using SharePoint to Make Teacher Websites Manageable. Presentation at the All Schools Conference of the Pacific Northwest Association of Independent Schools, Seattle, WA.

Frizelle, T. & Mihata, K., (2005, October). Interactive Whiteboards: Lessons from an Early Adopter. Presentation at the All Schools Conference of the Pacific Northwest Association of Independent Schools, Seattle, WA.

Auffray, S. & Frizelle, T., (2005, October). Technology Integration: A Starting Point for Middle School World Language Teachers. Presentation at the All Schools Conference of the Pacific Northwest Association of Independent Schools, Seattle, WA.

Andre, T., Chumbley, L., Eisenmann, D., Chumbley, A., Frizelle, T., and Hargrave, C. (2002, Aug). The WebSEM in K-12 Classrooms: Lessons Learned, MSA, Quebec City.

Frizelle, T. & Rinkleff, S., (2002, October). QuickTime VR in the Classroom: Exploration of Educational Applications. Full Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Technology in Education Connection Conference, Des Moines, IA.

Chumbly, S., Frizelle, T. & Hargrave, C., (2001, October). Co-laboratories: Doing Science on the Internet. Workshop presented at the annual meeting of the Iowa Technology & Education Connection Conference, Des Moines, IA.

GRANTS

Bagley, S., Cohen, M., Frizelle, T., Bell, A. & Gawronski, J. Critical Thinking in the Age of Screens: Empowering Teachers & Students Via Digital Media Literacy: Amazon Catalyst at the University of Washington. Pending.

Davis, C., Frizelle, T. & Honegger, P. Active Learning Center: Steelcase Education, 2017: Not funded.

Frizelle, T. & Stuart, R., Miller Hall Computer Lab Workstations + Interactive Projector. May, 2015. Partially Funded by University of Washington Student Technology Fee (STF), $20,242.40.

Frizelle, T. & Stuart, R., Student Portable Checkout Technology for Field Work. May, 2015. Partially Funded by University of Washington Student Technology Fee (STF), $249.75.

Allen, E., Berry, C., Frizelle, T., The Overlake School: PSE Renewable Energy Education Program: March, 2011: Not funded.

Frizelle, T., The Overlake School Robotics Team 1416: January 2004: Funded by North American Space Administration (NASA), $5000.

Frizelle, T. & McCutcheon, S., Best Buy Te@ch Grant: The Overlake School Robotics Team 1416. Not funded.

Schmidt, D., Niederhauser, D., Clausen, J., Elsberry, J., Pease, L., Frizelle, T., Hehr, K. Expanding Student Access with Portability: InTOW – Instructional Technology on Wheels; April, 2003. Funded by Iowa State University Computation Advisory Committee, $59,420.

Andre, T., Hargrave, C., Chumbly, S., Constant, K., Frizelle, T. Preparing Inservice and Preservice Teachers to Integrate WebSEM into K-12 Science Instruction; April, 2001 – March, 2002. Funded by Qwest Corporation, $24,500.

Schmidt, D., Clausen, J., Elsberry, J., Garretty, C., Frizelle, T., Rinkleff, S. J. Upgrading CTLT Facilities to Accommodate the High-tech Demands of Iowa State Students; April 2001.Funded by Iowa State University Computation Advisory Committee, $55,258.

ACADEMIC SERVICE

  • Digital Citizenship Advisory Committee Member, Washington State Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI), 2016-2017.
  • Faculty Council, Ex-officio member, College of Education, University of Washington, 2016-2017
  • Co-Director, UW Computing Directors Group, University of Washington, 2015-2016
  • Teaching & Learning Technology Oversight Committee, University of Washington, 2015-2017
  • UW Computing Directors Group, University of Washington, 2015-2017
  • Board of Directors (Founding Member), Doceõ Center for Innovation and Learning, University of Idaho, 2013-present
  • Reviewer for Technology Infused Research Projects, University of Idaho, 2013
  • Distance Learning Task Force, Pacific Northwest Association of Independent Schools, 2011
  • Teaching and Learning Lab, The Overlake School, Co-Founder, 2009 -2014
  • Senior Administrative Team, The Overlake School, Member, 2010- 2014
  • Green Team, The Overlake School, Member, 2009- 2014
  • Pacific Northwest Association of Independent Schools, Technology Planning Committee 2005-2008
  • Strategic Planning Committee, The Overlake School, Member, 2005-2014
  • Admissions Committee, The Overlake School, Member, 2003-2005
  • Technology Committee, The Overlake School, Chair, 2003-2014
  • Academic Council, The Overlake School, Member, 2003-2014
  • The Early Adopters (TEA), Co-President, 2001-2002
  • Founding Member, Alpha Sigma Phi Fraternity, Phi Chapter, Ames, IA 1995-2000
  • The Educational Computing Club, Member, 1998-1999
  • Advanced Undergraduate Leadership Intern Program, Member, 1996

INTERNATIONAL EXPERIENCE & SERVICE

  • Chinese Educational Tour, Beijing, Shanghai, Xi’an, June, 2008
  • Ghana Schools Project, L & A Memorial Academy. Accra, Ghana; April, 2008
  • Cambodia Schools Project, Overlake School Pailin. Pailin, Cambodia; April, 2006
  • Student Teaching Placement: Glasgow, Scotland, January – April, 2000

COMMUNITY LEADERSHIP

  • Founding Leadership Team Member at TEDxOverlake
  • AlSiPhi Association Inc., Board Member Ames, IA 2000-2002
  • Special Olympics, Coach, 1996-1999
  • Fall Blood Drive, Director of Marketing, 1999
  • Merit Badge University, Director, 1999
  • Ames Middle School, Tutor, 1995-1998
  • The Best of America Program, Liaison Officer, 1996

HONORS AND AWARDS

  • Howard L Kleinoeder Graduate Scholar, 2001
  • William H. Stacy Award for Outstanding Campus Involvement, 1999
  • Iowa State Employee of the Year Nomination, 1998
  • Dean’s List, 1998-2000
  • Ruth M. Horsey Scholar winner, 1995-1999

CERTIFICATIONS AND MEMBERSHIPS

  • The Society for Philosophy and Technology 2012 – 2017
  • International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE), 2003 – present
  • Wilderness First Aid, 2003, 2009, 2011, 2014
  • Iowa Teaching License – Provisional. (2000-2002). Endorsements K-6 & Science