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Tracey Stuckey-Mickell

Senior Lecturer, Department of Educational Studies

(614) 292-6569
stuckey-mickell.1@osu.edu

Biography

Technology Coach, EHE Office of Information Technology (EHE OIT)

Program Areas: Educational Psychology & Philosophy (EPP), Quantitative Research, Evaluation & Measurement (affiliate faculty), Instructional Technology (affiliate faculty)

     About.me: http://about.me/DrTraMickell

     Twitter: http://twitter.com/tstucmickell

     LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/stuckeymickell

     OIT Technology Coaching: http://go.osu.edu/techcoaching
  

Education

Northern Illinois University

  • 2010 - EdD, Instructional Technology
  • 2008 - Graduate Certificate, Educational Research & Evaluation
  • 2002 - MSEd, Educational Psychology
  • 1998 - BA, Psychology

Research Summary

I have taught at the post-secondary level since 1999 and have also served in various administrative and other roles in education over the past 13 years. Past roles include faculty development leader, learning specialist, director of technology and non-traditional learning, and K-5 technology liaison. My most recent courses taught, since coming to Ohio State in 2010, include Adolescent Development, Intro to Educational Research and Intro to Educational Statistics. Past courses include Psychological Foundations of Education, Computers in Education, Technology for Classroom Integration, Professional Issues in Teaching, and Technology for Decision Making in Teaching & Learning. My research interests include: instructional/learning strategies and cognition, interactive learning technologies, and academic success in at-risk, adolescent/young adult populations. Areas of practical focus include: Psychology applied to teaching/learning, instructional design (specifically learner characteristics and instructional methods), blended learning, course internationalization, and research methods (with focus on mixed-method approaches).

Experience

  • Director, Nontraditional Learning, Center for Teaching & Learning, Moraine Valley Community College, Palos Hills, IL
  • Coordinator and Instructor, Learning Enhancement Program, Department of Literacy Education, Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, IL
  • Instructor, College of Education, Departments of Educational Technology, Research & Assessment & Leadership, Educational Psychology, and Foundations, Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, IL
  • NIU-DeKalb Professional Development School Technology Liaison, Wright Elementary School/Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, IL

Honors

  • Advanced Doctoral Student Participant (one of 10 selected to participate), NSF-Sponsored Early Career Symposium: Building a Technology Research Agenda, November 4-5, 2008, Hosted by the AECT Research & Theory Division (for more info: http://aect.org/events/orlando/csbrochure.pdf (PDF))
  • Diversifying Higher Education Faculty in Illinois (DFI) Fellowship, Fall, 2004 to Summer, 2008
  • Outstanding Graduate Student Award for Achievement in Research, Northern Illinois University, Graduate School, Spring, 2007
  • Outstanding Service Award, Educational Services and Programs (ESP), Northern Illinois University, Spring, 2004
  • Certificate of Recognition for Nomination as Department of Literacy Outstanding Teaching Assistant, Faculty Development and Instructional Design Center, Northern Illinois University, Spring 2004
  • Northern Illinois University Outstanding Woman Student Award, April, 2002

Grants

Current Funded ProjectsA Preliminary Analysis of Factors Influencing Students' Transition to Middle School and their School Attendance. This is an internally funded mixed-methods study for which I am one of several co-investigators. We are investigating the relationship between middle school transition and student attendance. I am leading the quantitative data collection and analysis component.eTech Ohio Teacher Planning Grant. This is a state-agency funded project that brings together three school districts, a virtual school, and university faculty. The project involves creation of an Online Community of Practice designed to prepare in-service and pre-service teachers (specifically middle school math educators) to integrate information and communication technologies into content-area instruction. I am one of several co-investigators and I am primarily responsible for designing data collection instruments for the initial needs assessments and for assessment of project-end objectives.

Presentations

  • Stuckey-Mickell, T.A. & Tindall, H. (2014, October).  Transition to Middle School, School Culture, and Discipline History: An Exploratory Study.  Paper resented at the annual conference of the Midwestern Educational Research Association (MWERA), Evanston, IL 
  • Stuckey-Mickell, T.A. (2013, October). Implementing the Flipped Classroom Approach to Engage Your Students. Workshop presented at the annual conference of the Midwestern Educational Research Association (MWERA), Evanston, IL
  • Mickell, W. R & Stuckey-Mickell, T. A. (2013, June). Using Informal Data for Program Assessment: Applying Kouzes and Posner’s Five Practices of Exemplary Leadership. Paper scheduled for presentation. Paper presented at the 2013 Ohio State University Student Affairs Assessment & Research Conference, Columbus, OH.
  • Errante, A. & Stuckey-Mickell, T. A. (2013, April). Poverty Matters in Middle School Transition: A Tale of Four Schools. Roundtable presentation at the 2013 Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, CA.
  • Stuckey-Mickell, T. A. (2012, November). Special session on social media and learning: Discussant commentary. Paper presented at the Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT) Annual International Convention, Louisville, KY.
  • Stuckey-Mickell, T. A. (2011, November). Using Multi-media Storytelling to Assess Students’ Application of Psychology Theory and Concepts. Reflection paper presented at the Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT) Annual International Convention, Jacksonville, FL.
  • Stuckey-Mickell, T. A. (2010, October). Engaging New (and/or Resistant) Online Faculty: Applications from Research and Theory. Roundtable presented at the Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT) Annual International Convention, Anaheim, CA.
  • Stuckey-Mickell, T. A. (2010, October). Generative Teaching for Higher Level Learning: A Study of Effectiveness. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Midwestern Educational Research Association (MWERA), Columbus, OH.
  • Stuckey-Mickell, T. A. (2010, August). Keeping Your Online Instructors' Buckets Full: Strategies for Faculty Engagement. Roundtable presented at the 26th Annual Conference on Distance Teaching & Learning, Madison, WI.
  • Stuckey-Mickell, T. A. & Stuckey-Danner, B. D. (2009, October). Virtual Laboratories and Simulations: Creating Active Learning in the Biology Classroom. Roundtable presented at the Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT) Annual International Convention, Louisville, KY.
  • Stuckey-Mickell, T. A. (2008, October). Generative Teaching for Active Learning. Poster presented at the 2008 annual conference of the Midwestern Educational Research Association (MWERA), Columbus, OH.
  • Stuckey-Mickell, T. A. (2007, October). I Can Do This Job: Why Do I Need A Degree? An Interactive Discussion on Technology and the Falsification of Postsecondary Degree Credentials. Alternative session presented at the annual conference of Midwestern Educational Research Association (MWERA), St. Louis, MO.
  • Stuckey-Danner, B. D. & Stuckey-Mickell, T. A. (2007, October). Conveying the Nature of Science in a Virtual World. Paper presented at the annual conference of Midwestern Educational Research Association (MWERA), St. Louis, MO.
  • Stuckey-Mickell, T. A. & Stuckey-Danner, B. D. (2006, October). Virtual Labs in the Online Biology Course: Student Perceptions of Effectiveness and Usability. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Midwestern Educational Research Association (MWERA), Columbus, OH.
  • Stuckey-Mickell, T. A., Askelson, D., & Stuckey, A. (2004, October). An Interactive Exhibit and Discussion of Technologies for Reading Instruction and Improvement: 1960s & 1970s. Session presented at the annual conference of the Midwestern Educational Research Association (MWERA), Columbus, OH.
  • Stuckey-Mickell, T. A. (2003, October). Web-based Instruction and Diversity Issues: Planning for Inclusiveness. Poster presented at the annual convention of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT), Anaheim, CA.
  • Stuckey, T. A. (2001, October). The Academic Success of Unmarried African-American Female High School Students who are Parenting: A Discussion of Early Findings. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Midwestern Educational Research Association (MWERA), Chicago, IL.

Selected Publications

  • Stuckey-Mickell, T. A. & Stuckey-Danner, B. D. (2007). Virtual Labs in the Online Biology Course: Student Perceptions of Effectiveness and Usability. Journal of Online Learning & Teaching, 3(2), 105-111. Available: http://jolt.merlot.org/vol3no2/stuckey.pdf (PDF)