My Portfolio as an Instructor, Instructional Designer, and Author
Here are some examples of my work. If you would like to see more, have questions, or don’t see something that you would like to see, contact me using the form at the bottom of the page.
Storyboards can be powerful project management tools to graphically show the progression of a user story or to illustrate the progression of a project.
As a Project Manager, you impact not only the strategies and progress for your company; you impact and influence the people around you. So, exercise your pandemic project management skills, and stretch, lean in, and lead your Team and Project to success.
This Storyline microlearning module is intended to introduce and then reinforce information that will help guide New Instructors to success.
The use of behaviorism in the classroom is very common and will likely persist to assess student learning. However, the educator must carefully develop learning activities so that they provide prompt feedback while supporting recall of the concepts.
While Behaviorism is not the only way that students learn, it is an important learning theory that instructors can use in developing activities to support learning.
Behaviorism's popularity today may be, in part, because it explains how we react without having to understand what is happening in our minds which makes experimentation much simpler, observable, and straightforward.
Rewards and punishment then become important tools for learning, which, in this context, can be defined as a change in behavior based on a response to stimuli.
Add “Upgrade Resume” to your New Year’s resolutions and goals to level-up your success.
Dear FTD, I heard today you were under the weather. I just wanted to send you a note to cheer you up.
I presented on the Boyer Model and the scholarship of Teaching. I shared foundational details, then Teaching and Learning examples. This included instructions on customizing student projects to yield better learning results, based on “real research.”
A poor dissertation topic hole is easily dug – it is wide and shallow, and never goes past the topsoil.
I've been both a distance learning student as well as a distance learning instructor. These experiences have provided a unique opportunity for me to discover ways to be successful.
I was moved to somehow communicate to my students that I supported them and cared – truly cared – about them. I posted an announcement, and then I thought other instructors may also be searching for the right words to say in such a difficult situation.