Cherryl Krieger Frye ____________
Doctoral Candidate, Saint Mary’s of Minnesota Doctorate of Leadership in Educational Technology, Minneapolis, Minnesota, Completion in 2009.
Master of Education - Professional Development, University of Wisconsin-La Crosse, 1992.
Bachelor of Music, Capital University, Columbus, Ohio, Music Education, 1978.
Graduate Action Learning Project
School University Partnerships for the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse Prestudent Teaching Clinical Experience Program.
Wisconsin Teaching License, Instrumental Music 506, General Music 515, 2005-2010.
Making the Virtual Classroom a Reality: An Online Training Course for Online Educators, University of Illinois. May 2004.
Lecturer for Teaching With Integrated Technology I & II. Department of Educational Studies, University of Wisconsin-La Crosse, August 2008-. Developed and teach two new courses in technology integration for teacher education students, including teaching one course online.
Instructional Designer for United Building Centers, June 2006-November 2006. Responsibilities included developing designing and producing computer/web-based self–instructional training programs.
Assistant Professor/Program Coordinator for General Education Intro to Computing Course, Computer Science Dept., University of Wisconsin-La Crosse, August 2001-May 2004. Responsibilities included developing curriculum, coordinating instructional staff, lecturing large groups, teaching computer labs and assessing students for a general education course of 700 students per semester. The curriculum included html, spreadsheets, database design, introduction to Java, computer architecture, history, and ethics, and the responsible use of technology. I introduced multimedia lectures and online courseware to the program.
Music Technology, Music Theory, Multimedia Teacher at Central High School and Logan, High School. Instrumental music teacher at Logan Middle School, School District of La Crosse, La Crosse, WI, 2000-2001. Taught web-enhanced music and multimedia classes including electronic instruments, MIDI sequencing, music notation software, computer-assisted instruction, multimedia and digitized media, Internet and telecommunications, audio and video editing, and responsible use of technology.
General Music Teacher at Longfellow Middle School, School District of La Crosse, La Crosse, WI, 1998-1999. Taught general music in 6, 7, & 8th grades and School of Technology and Arts charter school.
Clinical Experience Coordinator for the School of Education, University of Wisconsin-La Crosse, 1992-1998. Coordinated prestudent teaching clinical placements with local schools and teacher education programs for 400 students per semester, advised students, developed and implemented school-university partnership program based on John Goodlad’s National Network for Educational Renewal model.
Summer Band Lesson Instructor for the School District of La Crosse, La Crosse, Wisconsin, 1990-94. Taught private lessons to middle school band students.
Director of The Literacy Center, La Crosse, Wisconsin, 1988-90. Developed and implemented pilot literacy project in 1986 at Christ Episcopal Church, incorporated organization in 1987 to provide learner-centered literacy training for Southeast Asian refugees, established curriculum, organized volunteer recruitment and training program, supervised VISTA volunteers (federal ACTION program), raised over $65,000 in grants (including Community Development Block Grant), presented programs for area organizations.
English As A Second Language Instructor for the School District of La Crosse, La Crosse, Wisconsin. Summers of 1986-88.
Middle School Band Director, Bethel Tate Middle School, Bethel, Ohio, 1978-84. Developed curriculum and policies for instrumental music grades 5 through 8, taught instrument classes, general music and conducted bands.
“Using Electronic Portfolios to Assess Progress Towards NETS.T
TIES 2008 Technology Conference, Minneapolis, MN December 9, 2008
“Technology Strategies for the Music Program, ”Western Wisconsin Education Conference, La Crosse, WI, February 9, 2001.
“Special Technology for Special People”, TIES 2000 Technology Conference, Minneapolis, MN. November 20, 2000,
“Tapping into Virtual Learning,” TIES 2000 Technology Conference, Minneapolis, MN, with Renee Jesness. November 20, 2000.
“Technology for People With Disabilities”, Diversity Week, Logan High School with Sue Retzlaf, La Crosse, WI, November 8, 2000
“Panel Presentation: Interactive distance learning, G Melberg & C Frye; Web-based portfolios for a body of doctoral work, F Trejo & R Nguyen; Web learning - discussion for virtual schools, S Greenwood & Jeralyn Jargo; Implications of transformation in higher education for K-12, Wayne Hoistad & Carol Casler, Classrooms of the Future VII, Minneapolis, Minnesota, May 26, 1999.
“Implementing Technology in a School-University Partnership,” with Joyce Shanks, Allene Shefelbine, and Alan Hackbarth, Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education International Conference, San Antonio, March 1, 1999.
“Using a Technology Partnership for Preservice and Inservice Teacher Development,” with Joyce Shanks, Allene Shefelbine, and Alan Hackbarth, Association of Teacher Education National Conference, Chicago, February 15, 1999.
“Integrating an Internet Curriculum Project into the Sixth Grade Curriculum”, with Allene Shefelbine, Western Wisconsin Educators Conference, La Crosse, February 12, 1999.
“Aligning Program Curriculum and Assessment with Performance-Based Standards,” with Joyce Shanks and TJ Greenwood, Wisconsin Association of Teacher Educators, Wisconsin Dells, October 24, 1998.
“Using a Technology Partnership for Preservice and Inservice Teacher Development,” with Joyce Shanks, Allene Shefelbine, and Alan Hackbarth, Wisconsin Association of Teacher Educators, Wisconsin Dells, October 24, 1998
“Integrating Technology into the Science Curriculum," with Allene Shefelbine and Shawn Kelly, Wisconsin Educational Technology Conference, Green Bay October 7, 1998.
“K-12 Internet Resources via Dial Up Modem,” College of Education, UW-La Crosse, March 9, 1994.
University of Wisconsin-La Crosse Online Education Grant, November, 2008.
Staff Recognition Award for work with special education program, Logan High School, 2000.
University of Wisconsin System Academic Staff Development Grant for site visit to Wright University’s Partners Transforming Education Partnership Program, 1994.
Listed in Outstanding Young Women of America, 1989. La Crosse YWCA Tribute to Outstanding Women
Program Evaluator for National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) evaluation of educational technology programs, October 2009-
Judge for NBA Cares multimedia competition for middle schools sponsored by Hewlett-Packard, the National Basketball Association, and the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE), October, 2009.
International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE)/ National Education Computing Conference (NECC) Washington DC, June 28-July 1, 2009.
Moderator for Pre-Conference Workshop for TIES (Technology and Information Educational Services) ‘98 Great Technology Get-Together: Preparing for the 21st Century conference, November 22, 1998.
The Great Technology Get-Together, TIES’ 97 (Technology and Information Educational Services), Minneapolis, Minnesota, December 11-14, 1997.
49th Annual Meeting, American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (AACTE), Phoenix, Arizona, February 26-March 1, 1997.
Wisconsin Education Technology Conference, Green Bay, Wisconsin, November 8-10, 1996.
Quality Teacher Education: Continuing Accreditation & Beyond, An Institutional Orientation & Professional Development Workshop, National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE), Columbia, Maryland, June 13-15, 1996.
Community And Professional Activities
University Coordinator, “Wandering With the Wolves” TIES Internet Curriculum Project with Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau School District, Spring 1998.
WIP Coordinator, Department of Public Instruction WIP (Wisconsin Improvement Program) for internship program, 1996-1998.
Chorus Member, American Festival Chorus, Mozart’s Requiem Tour with Martinu Philharmonic of the Czech Republic at Vienna Konzerthaus, Prague Dvorak Hall and Kromeriz’s Bishop’s Castle, June 26-July 7, 1995.
Acolyte Warden, Chalice Minister, Vestry Member, Chair, Christian Education Commission, Sunday School Teacher, Christ Episcopal Church, La Crosse, Wisconsin.