Research Associate, SRI Education
Christine Morino has experience in qualitative and quantitative research methods with a special interest in interviews and user research. She supports a wide range of research projects within early childhood education, social-emotional health, and educational technology development. Morino contributes to data collection, data analysis, coordination with stakeholders and participants in both English and Spanish, and management of online resources across teams. Morino also coordinates multiple activity teams within the Center for IDEA Early Childhood Data Systems (DaSy). Within DaSy, she focuses on development and management of communities of practice for technical assistance providers.
Morino earned her BS in psychology with minors in Spanish, Communications, and Studio Art from Santa Clara University. Prior to joining SRI, Morino was a research assistant in the Early Cognitive Development Lab at Santa Clara University and a UX Researcher at SoundHound, Inc.
- Formative Research to Support Sesame Workshop and UnitedHealthcare’s Healthy Habits Initiative
- Project SECURE: Keeping Kids Safe in San Francisco Unified School District
- The Center for IDEA Early Childhood Data Systems
- Young Academic Music to Improve Early Numeracy and Computational Thinking