Meredith Swallow is in her fourth year as a doctoral student at UVM, and is now working with the Tarrant Institute as a research associate and professional development coordinator. As a former middle school and high school math teacher, Meredith facilitated environments of engaged, active learning by supporting the connection of knowledge through interaction, understanding and meaning.
Her research focuses on the intersection of educational technology, content knowledge, and pedagogy, and how that supports 21st century educational goals and outcomes. She strives to model effective technology integration across multiple disciplines by recognizing diverse learning needs and specific school and teacher contexts.
When not studying or engaging in research, Meredith enjoys her time in the outdoors hiking with her trusted sidekick Jack the Dog.
- Learning to parent as an educator
- Celebrating Pi Day with your students
- Making time lapse videos with students
- The 7 characteristics of a digitally competent teacher
- Winter break reading: on reflection as an educator
- Lessons learned from a 1:1 rollout
- Making data personally relevant
- On middle school math and picking favorites
- The Adoption of Wearable Tech
- Math, middle schoolers and real-world relevance (infographic)