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About Us

Educational Technology Consulting

TLC, Inc. is a woman owned business with over 25 years of experience developing practical, meaningful, and achievable evaluation and curriculum design with world class organizations.

TLC provides high quality through:

  • Rigorous attention to detail

  • Immersing ourselves in the organizational and research context of a project

  • Positive, responsive, and frequent communication

  • A “can-do” attitude

  • Exploring options for action and reflection

  • Strong educational, evaluation and administration experience

Hilarie Bryce Davis, Ed.D.

Dr. Davis is a senior researcher for the Technology for Learning Consortium with extensive experience in professional development, instructional design, and the development of video technology for education and training. She is a New York State trained educator with a Master’s degree in Reading education from SUNY-Brockport and a Doctorate in development, learning and instruction from University of Rochester. She taught reading language arts in Rochester City Schools, supervised gifted education programs in Penfield, was a Director of Curriculum in Madison, NJ, and a Vice President of a multimedia education company (Optical Data). She designed and implemented on-line e-portfolio courses for NASA Explorer Schools and the Lewis and Clark Re-Discovery Project (a Technology Innovation Challenge Grant), producing courses used in 17 school districts, created multimedia materials for educational publishers, TV Ontario, LEGO Dacta, designed online databases and trained coordinators for after school programs in 17 districts under a $3M grant from the U.S. Department of Education. Dr. Davis’ evaluation experience includes service and supervision on more than 40 funded programs sponsored by NASA, the Johnson Space Center, the National Science Foundation, NOAA, U.S. Department of Education, the National Institute for Environmental Health Sciences, the American Museum of Natural History, Morehead Planetarium and Langley, 4–H, and UC Berkeley, totaling more than $50M in grants. She has authored and co-authored more than15 articles for professional journals on subjects including standards-based reform, teacher development, retention and technology, cooperative learning, social studies literacy, digital portfolios, scientific inquiry, and virtual learning communities. Dr. Davis has taught graduate education courses at Johnson and Wales University and Sinte-Gleska Tribal College. She has used video extensively for feedback to students in learning to read and write, with teachers in developing their practice, and in documenting program effectiveness.

Bradford Thomas Davey, Ed.D.

Dr. Davey is a senior researcher specializing in professional development in science and technology. His work includes multiple projects sponsored by NASA: the Interdisciplinary National Science Project Incorporating Research and Education Experience (INSPIRE) program, Explorer Schools, and Project Sun-Earth Day, Astrobiology Learning Progressions, High School Aerospace Scholars, Community College Aerospace Scholars, Micro-G Next. Other clients are the U.S. Department of Education Project CITI (Technology Innovation Challenge Grant) to improve literacy in K–5 students, New London, CT, Project AMBIENT sponsored by the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) at the University of Miami, the U.S Department of Education’s Teaching American History project, and the Project Tri-State History Consortium. As a research scientist, he conducted medical studies at the Albany Medical Center and Wadsworth Research Centers. He has co-authored journal articles on topics such as 4–H science, engineering and technology, planetary astronomy, environmental education, videoconferencing, and digital learning networks. Dr. Davey has made extensive use of video in education with students including his Master’s Thesis, with teachers, and for evaluation. He taught in New York State for nine years, teaching middle school and high school science and mathematics. His doctoral work at Pepperdine University in educational technology leadership focused on communities of practice in education and public professionals in NASA’s Science Mission Directorate based on the work of Etienne Wenger.

 

Partners

Companies, organizations, institutions TLC has worked with

We have been extremely fortunate to have worked with some of the worlds great thought leaders, innovators, and dynamic thinkers.

Work with NASA includes developing online learning experiences, curriculum, and learning environments while evaluating the effects of the programs. We currently have a number of active projects including NASA Space Science Education Consortium, eClips, Infiniscope, Earth to Sky, and Astrobiology for the Incarcerated.

NASA

NOAA represents a thought leader in education and outreach. Our work with NOAA has spanned over a decade and included video game evaluation, national conference support and presentations, and online learning for environmental educators nationally.

NOAA

The National Science Foundation has a number of grant programs and we continue to be actively involved with funded projects with Texas A&M, Florida State University, and Arizona State while continuing to pursue new opportunities.

NSF

 

Contact Us

 

401-465-9323 (Brad) or 401-965-5843 (Hilarie)

925-380-8147 (fax)

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