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Research Social Scientist, Center for Technology in Learning
Corinne Singleton is a research social scientist in SRI International's Center for Technology in Learning. Her evaluation research uses both qualitative and quantitative methods and includes projects related to education policy, school reform, 21st century learning, and educational technology.
Singleton has led portions of the Microsoft Innovative Schools Program evaluation and the Microsoft Innovative Teaching and Learning research program, both multinational efforts to understand and promote innovative teaching practices and the integration of technology into classrooms. She has also been involved with a large-scale longitudinal study of the Texas High School Project, a statewide effort aimed at comprehensive high school reform. As part of that work, Singleton co-led the study of the Austin Independent School District high school reform and district redesign efforts.
She is also leading an evaluation of a technology-based algebra intervention, designed to support student learning and deeper conceptual understanding in mathematics.
- International Education Administration and Policy Analysis, Stanford University, M.A., 2005
- Romance Languages and Literatures, Pomona College, B.A., 2001
- Research Social Scientist, SRI International, Menlo Park, CA (2006-present)
- Junior Program Director, English Language Center, Santa Barbara, CA (2004)
- Operations Coordinator, University of California Education Abroad Program, Santa Barbara, CA (2002-2004)
- English Language Teacher, JET Programme, Shoboku, Japan (2001-2002)
- Texas Instruments’ Science Nspired Case Studies
- Ready to Learn
- Intel Education Technology Integration Research
- Informal Science Education Evaluation
- Microsoft Innovative Teaching and Learning (ITL) Research
- Evaluation of the Microsoft Innovative Schools Program
- Texas High School Project
- Texas Instruments’ Algebra Nspired Evaluation
- Measuring Learning: A guidebook for gathering and interpreting evidence