Since 2002, Kathryn Hobbs has worked on a wide range of CSR projects as a senior researcher. Much of her work has focused on the development and facilitation of community-based websites for several NSF educational constituencies, including MSPnet, IGERT.org, and currently the STEM for All Video Showcase. As a former high school Biology teacher, Kathryn is also very interested in science inquiry and curriculum development, at all levels.
Kathryn also serves as a member of TERC’s Institutional Review Board (IRB), as well as some other TERC-wide initiatives and committees.
Outside of TERC, Kathryn serves on the School Committee for the Town of North Attleborough, Massachusetts. She enjoys spending time with her husband and two sons.
Stroud, R., Drayton, B., Hobbs, K., & Falk, J. (2014). Interactive Whiteboard Use in High-Tech Science Classrooms: Patterns of Integration. International Journal Of Emerging Technologies In Learning (IJET), 9(9), pp. 41-49. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.3991/ijet.v9i9.4141
Drayton, B., Falk, J., Stroud, R., Hobbs, K., Hammerman, J., & Patton, K. (2010). The test of time: Ubiquitous computing visions and realities in 7 pioneering schools. TERC, Inc. Cambridge, MA