• Dr. Jon Clausen

    Dr. Clausen supports the iTDS and initiative with his extensive knowledge and research with instructional technology and teacher preparation. His research is presented at international conferences and peer reviewed journals. His most recent significant roles with the university include Associate Professor of Secondary Educational Technology and the Director of Educational Technology Academic Programs.

  • Dr. Krista Stith

    Dr. Stith is no longer with our team or the university. However, Dr. Stith helped with developing community partnerships, grant writing, co-teaching, and coaching. Dr. Stith disseminated research at international conferences and published research about STEM education, design thinking, and 21st Century teaching and learning while she was with Ball State University.

  • Dr. Kate Shively

    As the director of the iTDS and initiative, Dr. Shively manages, organizes, and facilitates the use of the state-of-the-art learning space with the aim to foster innovation, ingenuity, and creativity via the exploration of new and emerging technologies. Through workshops, seminars, co-teaching, and coaching, Dr. Shively facilitates, collaborates, and supports teacher education faculty, preservice teachers, […]

  • Dr. Susan Tancock

    Dr. Tancock has taught undergraduate and graduate literacy courses for over 25 years. In her work with the Schools Within the Context of Community program, she facilitates culturally-relevant literacy experiences for undergraduate students as they work in school, after-school, and in community-engaged activities. Susan is committed to finding ways to better prepare preservice teachers to […]