Office:University Admissions, Russell House, MSC 52, Plymouth, NH 03264
BA, Plymouth State College; MA, University of West Indies; CAGS, Plymouth State University; EdD, Argosy University
Dr. Stacey Curdie is a Contract Faculty member in the Elementary Education and Youth Development Department at Plymouth State University. She is a passionate advocate of online learning and teaching, a practicing instructional designer, and a former Registrar and co-editor of the New Hampshire Journal of Education. She also helps to coordinate the master’s program in Online Instructional Design at PSU. She is interested in all aspects of education with a particular focus on teaching presence in online courses.
“Enhancing Online Learning to Include Every Learner, Every Day,” The New Hampshire Journal of Education, 2016.
Planning for Learning: Maintaining Integrity and Interaction in Online Classrooms. Presented at Teaching Professor Conference, New Orleans, June 2013 and May 2014.
Instructional Design in a Nutshell. Presented at Academic Technology Institute, University of New Hampshire, May 2014 and at the Faculty Instructional Technology Summer Institute, University of New Hampshire, June 2014.
Planning for Learning: Maintaining Integrity and Interaction in Online Classrooms. Presented at the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education Virtual Conference, “Transforming the Teaching & Learning Environment”, February 2013.
Flipped, Blended, Online – Oh, My! Thoughtful Planning for the Transition. Presented at Academic Technology Institute, Plymouth State University, May 2013.
“Ensuring Quality Online Instruction: Investing in The Future,” The New Hampshire Journal of Education, 2012.
“The Wired Classroom”, Office of Teaching and Learning Technologies Newsletter (PSU), Fall 2007, Winter 2008.
“Writing in Online Courses: Removing Barriers and Raising the Bar”, WAC Newsletter (PSU), December 2007.
“Beyond the Classroom: A Qualitative Study of Customer Service at the Registrar’s Office”, The New Hampshire Journal of Education, 2002.
Learning and Development
Philosophical and Historical Perspectives on the Child in Society
Introduction to Online Instructional Design
Designing Effective Online Learning Experiences
Developing Effective Online Learning Experiences
Contemporary Social Trends
Tackling a Wicked Problem