Curriculum & InstructionPh.D. in Curriculum and Instruction, Learning Technologies, The University of Texas at Austin, expected 2024
M.Ed. in Learning, Teaching, and Curriculum, University of Missouri-Columbia, 2017
B.A. in Elementary Education, Illinois Wesleyan University, 2016
Annie Oliveri is a current Ph.D. candidate studying Curriculum and Instruction with a focus in Learning Technologies. She is a former classroom teacher with a zeal for K-12 technology integration and research. In her experience as an educator, researcher and learner, she has developed a deep interest in investigating digital equity, and technology integration in pre-service and in-service teacher education contexts. She is passionate about supporting teachers in implementing technology in their classrooms with considerations for equity and justice, as well as using online communities and networks to provide learning and support opportunities for teachers that are more inclusive, equitable and individually supportive. As a result, she has provided workshops for pre-service teachers on digital equity and how to implement technology in their classrooms with considerations for equity and justice, as well as investigated why novice teachers engage in online community spaces and how K-12 teachers adopt technology to promote equitable learning.