I was a founding faculty member of the Center for Statewide E-learning at Northern State University where I developed and taught all of the media, multimedia and graphics courses. I have developed and taught video, audio, imaging, vector graphics, web design, multimedia theory, simulations, and more. I also worked as an adjunct professor at SMSU teaching Art History in the classroom, online (asynchronous), and via Interactive Television (ITV). I worked in K-12 as an art teacher and as lead Technical Support. There I taught to the Minnesota State Standards and also Games Development, Metal-casting, and other Art courses. I worked with the ADL Colab on SCORM development. Today I am an independent Elearning Consultant and Content Developer. I have a terminal degree in Interdisciplinary Art and a minor in Anthropology. In 2009 and 2010 I worked for Pearson helping determine the content required for the new Minnesota State teaching license (Art).
Socratic, and flexible. There are dozens of ways to divide people by styles of thinking and/or learning. All have strengths and all have weaknesses. Any teacher understands that the student, any student, is an individual, unique, and teaching must be tailored to that student's ability to comprehend and apply what material is being offered. To that end I have developed a number of learning tools that expand on traditional classroom materials.
Yet to be added
MFA from USD, 2001 BA (summa cum laude) from the Honors Program, SSU, 1997
Yet to be added
English Language Arts, Creative Writing, Specialty, Math, Geometry, Other (Math), Science, Earth Sciences, Social Studies - History, Native Americans, Arts & Music, Art History, Visual Arts, Graphic Arts, Other (Arts), Other (Music), Computer Science - Technology, Special Education, Geography, Critical Thinking, Problem Solving, Writing, Reading Strategies