Ed.D., Towson University (2010)
M.Ed., Mount St. Mary's University (2000)
B.S., University of Delaware (1999)
2011 Maryland Society for Educational Technology Best Research Paper Award
2011 Towson University Excellence in Education Award
2009 Towson University Graduate Research Travel Award
2008 Towson University Graduate Research Fellowship
2007 Maryland Association of Science Teachers Excellence Award
2001 Maryland's voting delegate to the National Congress on Science Education
2000 Unsung Heroes of Education Award
1999-2000 Radio Shack Outstanding Teacher Award
1999 Energy and Mathematical Modeling course development approved by Frederick County Board of Education
1998 Pi Lambda Theta Education Honor Society, Gamma Tau Chapter, Inductee
Areas of Study
Inquiry-based Instruction, Science Education, Instructional Technology, Online Learning, Electronic Portfolios
Frazier, L.C. (2012). Showing your technology skills during an interview (p. 25-26). 2012 AAEE Job Search Handbook for Educators. 46th Annual Edition, American Association for Employment in Education.
Frazier, L.C. (2011). Showing your technology skills during an interview (p. 42-43). 2011 AAEE Job Search Handbook for Educators. 45th Annual Edition, American Association for Employment in Education.
Frazier, L.C. & Onofrey, B. (2009). Computer mediated collaboration in a teacher internship: A new approach. PDS Partners, 5(2), 8-9.
Frazier, L.C. & Onofrey, B. (2008). Here on Mary’s mountain: In the footsteps of saints and heroes and along the path they have lead for us. Momentum, The Official Journal of the National Catholic Educational Association, 39(3), 56-58.
Frazier, L.C. (2000). Sticker bonding. Science Scope, 24(3), 40
Research Projects and Grants
Mount Teacher Academy, Maryland State Department of Education Race to the Top with Barbara Martin Palmer and Stacey Brown-Hobbs ($56,000), 2011
Livescribe Pens for Success, Maryland Society for Educational Technology with Meghan Brown ($696), 2011
SMART Classroom Grant, SMART Technologies Teacher of Promise with Barbara Martin Palmer (approx. $5,000, equipped classroom with interactive white board, student-response systems, 3D document camera, audio equipment, SMART Slate), 2010
Faculty Grant, Electronic Learning Community Project ($2,600), 2007
Friends of the Library grant ($500), 2003
Unsung Heroes of Teaching Grant ($2000), 2000
Baltimore Gas & Electric Mini-Grant ($500), 1999