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CTR Expert Reviewers [BETA]

CTR Expert Reviewers are a small team of individuals who have been chosen to provide opinion on the latest products. There are different types of experts. Some have demonstrated a mastery about a specific content area like music or math; others may come from an education or technology point of view. Each is described in their bio.

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Here are the current Expert Reviewers:
Teacher, Pacific University College of Education

Dr. Mark Bailey is a Professor of Education at Pacific University who has spent decades exploring the use of pedagogically powerful technological tools to support learning. His work includes PT3 and TQEP grants, explorations of collaborative and project-based learning tools, and examinations of the ...

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Associate Professor, University of Georgia

Dr. Bales is an Associate Professor in Human Development and Family Science, the Director of the HDFS Child Life Program, and a Human Development Specialist with UGA Extension at The University of Georgia. She provides leadership for outreach and Extension programming in early childhood development....

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Director, United for Children, United Way of Southwest PA

Tanya Baronti Tanya builds relationships and collaborations with agencies and schools that serve the needs of our most underserved young children and their families. Additional work experiences include professional development (PQAS certification), college teaching, early literacy, counseling, mobil...

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Morningtown Consulting

Bonnie Blagojevic is an education consultant and Apple Distinguished Educator. She is a consulting editor for NAEYC, has co-authored technology related articles for NAEYC’s Teaching Young Children magazine as well as other NAEYC publications, and has been involved with the NAEYC Technology & Y...

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Editor, Children's Technology Review

Warren Buckleitner is an educational psychologist who reviews children's interactive media. He's been a preschool, elementary and college teacher (currently at TCNJ's IMM program). He is the founding editor of Children's Technology Review ( He speaks at education and library c...

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Director of Code and Web Publishing, Children's Technology Review

Matt is CTR's Director of Code and Web Publishing. He is an Adjunct Professor at TCNJ where he teaches Introduction to Digital Media. He is fluent in all things related to Nintendo and Zelda. Matt spearheads the development of the CTREX database.

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Youth Services Librarian, Homer Public Library

I lead storytimes, host Maker programs, and get great media into the hands of kids and teens as the Youth Services Librarian and Media Mentor at the Homer Public Library (Alaska). I train other librarians as media mentors and serve on both local and national committees that support families and lite...

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Independent Educator, Suddenly It Clicks!

Gail Lovely is an independent educator who currently leads her own consulting and training company. Gail enjoys working with teachers, schools and private companies to design and implement technologies. Gail has worked in public education as a teacher and district implementation specialist, in priva...

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Assistant Professor of Education, Columbia College Chicago

Dr. Katie Paciga is an Associate Professor of Education at Columbia College Chicago and is the first ever Early Career Research Fellow of the TEC Center at the Erikson Institute and the Fred Rogers Center for Early Learning and Media at St.Vincent College (with generous funding from the Grable Found...

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CEO, Founder, Chief Kid, 360KID

Scott Traylor, CEO, Founder, Chief Kid for 360KID Scott defines the vision behind the digital development and consulting firm known as 360KID. His youth-focused company specializes in product ideation, market testing, and product development as a service to companies interested in engaging kids thro...

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