Dr. Noelle Carter is Studies Weekly’s Chief Curriculum Architect, and has more than 20 years of experience in digital education, both in teaching courses and developing digital courseware in reading, language, literacy, Spanish, and math.
Dr. Carter has a bachelor’s degree in elementary education from Brigham Young University with a library endorsement from the University of Montana, a master’s degree in writing, and a doctorate in cross-cultural education from the University of Alaska–Fairbanks.
Clayton Chamberlain is Studies Weekly’s Chief Science Curriculum Architect, and has 12 years experience developing science curriculum, including: educational videos, simulations, online interactivities, and more than 60 print and digital educational products.
Clayton holds a bachelor’s and master’s degree in science, with a second master’s degree in instructional technology. He is currently pursuing a doctoral degree in curriculum and instruction at Utah State University.
Sally Flaherty has been in the education field for over 40 years and is the Director of Social Studies Curriculum at Studies Weekly. Sally served as the Social Studies Content Advisor for 500 school districts in the Pennsylvania DOE, and as the Chairman of Holocaust, Genocide, Human Rights Violations Education for Pennsylvania.
Sally has experience working with all learners from Preschool to adults. She is a nationally recognized speaker and educator for civic education and integrating Social Studies content into the elementary classroom.
Kelly Jeffery is ELA Curriculum Director for Studies Weekly. She has 20 years of teaching experience, both as a teacher and as an instructional coach. She has degrees in both elementary education and educational psychology. She has experience as an Acadience Mentor trainer and in Reading Recovery.
Kelly is absolutely passionate about literacy, and loves the way integrated learning can promote it.
Larissa Chase is the Senior Well-Being Curriculum Specialist at Studies Weekly. After spending time in the classroom as a social studies teacher, Larissa moved into educational counseling. Larissa has worked in education for 19 years, as teacher, educational counselor, and athletic coach.
She has a bachelor’s degree in psychology and secondary education with a social studies education emphasis, and a master’s degree in educational psychology with an emphasis in school counseling.