Degrees: PhD. Greenwich University: 2001• Ph. D. in Instructional Technology/Distance Education ms: Towson University 1993 • M. S. in Professional Writing M. Ed. Towson University in Elementary Education, 1969 B



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Carole Gracey Redline, Ph.D.
16015 LoneOak View Drive
Lithia, Florida 33547
caroleredline@verizon.net 443 827 5490

Degrees:
PhD. Greenwich University: 2001• Ph.D. in Instructional Technology/Distance Education
MS: Towson University 1993 • M.S. in Professional Writing
M.Ed. Towson University in Elementary Education, 1969
B.S. Towson University in Early Childhood Education (Magna cum Laude) 1966

Positions: Consultant, Redline, 21st Century, Educational Technology Consulting
2016 & currently facilitator teaching for Quality Matters in both the K-12 and Higher education programs
2010- 2016 Facilitator/Instructor in the Certificate of Online Adjunct Teaching (COAT), Maryland Online /Quality Matters
2005-2010, Director of Academic Technology, Archdiocese of Baltimore, liaison to MSDE Certification
1995 -2005 Director of Educational Technology Leadership, Goucher College, Towson Maryland
Director of Online Training ,Graduate & Professional Studies
Distance Education Coordinator for Limited Residency Programs in Distance Education,
Instructor: Goucher College, Undergraduate Education, Graduate Education, Graduate and Continuing Studies

Courses::
2005- present • Course creation and Instructor of Online Professional Development: for Maryland Teacher Re- Certification,
• MSDE 14-66-17 Flip Teaching
• MSDE 14-66-15 Create a Personal Learning Network
MSDE 13-66-12 Modeling 21St Century Ideas and Strategies in your Own Classroom.
MSDE 12-66-05 Blended learning - How to integrate teaching online with classroom instruction.
MSDE 09-66-01 Current Topics in Educational Technology
• Ed 577: Using Computer-based Multimedia in the Classroom
• Ed 579: Independent Study in Technology Leadership, Online
• Ed 575: Publishing to the Internet
• Ed 573: Internet Resources and Pedagogy, Online
• Ed 567: The Internet as a Learning Tool
• Ed 687: Internship with Seminar, Online
• Ed 648: Using Technology as a Classroom Tool, Online
• Ed.542: Using Computers to Individualize and Differentiate Instruction
• Ed 248: Integration of Technology into Curriculum

Other teaching Roland Park Country School:
1982-1999 • Computer Department Head, Computer Coordinator, Writing Coordinator
• RPCS (Roland Park Country School) Continuing Studies, Adult Evening Classes, Computer Teacher grades K-7, Fourth Grade teacher, Pre-first teacher
•1977-1982 Grace United Methodist School: Kindergarten teacher
•1966-1969 Baltimore County School Systems: First Grade teacher—Lutherville Elementary

Publications and Presentations
Florida Educational Technology Conference: 2014 presenter
• Technology Showcase Conference Coordinator, Archdiocese of Baltimore,
• President Maryland Distance Learning Association, (MDLA) 2006
Faculty Refocus on Distance Education Possibilities Creating Communities of Practice through Communication, Collaboration and Constructivism, EDUCAUSE,
2014, Workshop, Lead presenter, Create a PLN, Florida Educational Technology Conference, Orlando FL
2013 Technology Conference, Blended Learning, Non, public teachers, Maryland, DC
2010 Maryland Society for Educational Technology: Internet Safety, Help Kids create policy
2009 Maryland Instructional Computer Coordinators Conference (MICCA) Community Clips, a Web 2.0 training tool
• 2008 Statewide Convention for Catholic Educators, The National Technology Stands made real with Web 2.0 Tools
• 2008 Maryland Computer Coordinators Conference, Using SharePoint to facilitate the National Educational Technology Standards
• 2007 National Catholic Education Association, Free Internet Tools to make your online instructions more effective
• 2004 Maryland Instructional Computer Teachers Association (MICCA)
Lessons Shared through collaboration of K-12 and College Faculty 
• 2004 Maryland Distance Learning Association (MDLA): Lessons Shared through collaboration of K-12 and College Faculty
• 2004 Florida Educational Technology Conference (FETC): Best Practices K-12 teachers and students online
• 2003 Maryland Distance Learning Association (The Power & Enigma of Distance Education)
• 2003 Maryland Distance Learning Association (
K-12 Best Practices using Web-based course work)
• 2003 Maryland Instructional Computer Coordinators Association  (
The Joy & Enigma of Distance Education)
• 2002 Baltimore County Public Schools Professional Development, keynote (
Teachers as Pioneers)
• 2002 Syllabus Conference, Boston (
Reluctant Professors Embrace DE)
• 2001 Sloan International/ALN Conference, Orlando (
Communication, Collaboration & Constructivism)
• 2000 UCEA (University Continuing Education Association), Washington DC (
Best Practices in DE)
• 1999 Virginia Commonwealth, WCB Conference, Virginia (
Portfolio Development as a Motivator)
• Maryland Writing Project (Teacher Consultant) (
Using Student Journals to Open Minds)

Services and honors
• Best Distance Learning Program, (MDLA)
2005
• Conference Director Who’s Who in Distance Learning in Maryland & A Celebration of Excellence, 2004
Distance Educator of the Year, 2003, (MDLA)
• Accreditation Team, Middle States Association and AIMS
Alfred F. Sloan Foundation Consortium
• Maryland Distance Learning Association (MDLA)
• Maryland Computer Coordinators Association (MICCA/MSET)
• Educause, Best Practices in training online educators
• University Continuing Education Association
• Maryland Writing Project

Grants
2004-2010 Verizon Telecom Pioneers
• 2002-2004
Catholic Family Foundation
• 2001- 2004 Robert W. Deutsch Foundation
• 2001- Comcast Cable Grant for Technology Scholarships for Teachers
• 1999-2001 Maryland Higher Education Commission (MHEC) Grant Recipients

 



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