Dr. Anne-Marie Fiore is an assistant professor of curriculum and instructional technology and a subject matter expert. Her primary areas of teaching are curriculum theory and design, technology infrastructure, professional development, and school leadership.
Anne-Marie Fiore joined the Graduate School of Education at Framingham State University in 2017. She also works as a subject matter expert for Southern New Hampshire University. Her professional experience also includes working as an online course developer and professor of web technologies at Middlesex Community College.
Anne-Marie was named 1 of 100 Top Social Tech Leaders by the Huffington Post. She led technology transformation in one of 100 top school districts in America recognized at the first National Connected Future Ready Superintendents Summit at the White House. She has also been awarded with the Extreme Exemplary School Award for implementing a 21st learning environment by stimulating 24×7 learning, facilitating individual instruction, and encouraging curricular growth.
Anne-Marie Fiore has a master’s degree in education from the Cambridge College and a Ed.D. in curriculum and instruction from Northcentral University. Her academic research explores the role of the school network on technology integration. She has also presented on a variety of topics including universal design for learning, social media in today’s school, and educating the whole child at several national academic conferences.
Dr. Anne-Marie Fiore can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org, on twitter @annemariefiore, and at http://www.annemariefiore.com