Professional creative educator and practitioner, teacherpreneur and consultant with more than 25 years of experiences in innovation, creativity and educational Instructional practices, at the Pre-K and K-12 level and in higher education.
Cooperative Learning. Online classrooms and mobile learning Virtual Remote Teaching and Face-to-face teaching p experiences for 18-plus years. Expert and proficient in innovation, creativity, virtual and remote classrooms, eLearning / online learning and distance education.Teacher/facilitatorTeaching Style Innovative, Creative, flexible, pragmatic and result -driven teaching style.
i) 2020 AKA Outstanding Community Leader Award. (Tennessee, Alabama and Georgia) ii) 2018/ 2019 Ambassador's Distinguished Scholar Award - United States Embassy, iii) 2017 Carnegie Diaspora (Alumni Award). Carnegie Corporation of New York iv) 2016 Best Paper and Excellence of Presentation Award. The International Conference on Higher Education v) 2015 Carnegie Africa Disapora Fellow vi) 2014 Clemmer College of Education East Tennessee State University, Outstanding Research Faculty Award vii) 2014 Tennessee Board of Regents Maxine Smith Fellow viii) Fulbright Specialist Scholar Award -Fulbright Scholarship Board, Washington, DC.
Bowling Green State University - Doctor of Education Leadership and Policy Studies.
Dr. Jasmine Renner is a creative practitioner and an expert in instructional design and in innovation and creativity at the K-12 and higher education. She is teacherpreneur, and the owner of an educational consultantancy serivces that focuses on STEM, Innovation and creativity for students and teachers. She is a (tenured) Full Professor in the Department of Education Leadership and Policy Analysis at East Tennessee State University. She is an international speaker, and the Managing Director of the Kids Innovation Kingdom. She is the author of seven children's fiction novels which are available in paperback, kindle and audio (audible) formats. Her children's' fiction books focus on African proverbs used as Leadership and character-building lessons and have been translated into eight different languages (French, Amharic, Spanish, Portuguese, Swahili, Arabic, Rwandan Kinyarwanda) and English. She recently authored a text book on Higher Education Law and Social Media titled: Social Media and the Law: A Practical Guide for Educational Leaders.
English Language Arts, Creative Writing, Reading, Specialty, Science, Social Studies - History, U.S. History, World History, Arts & Music, Art History, Visual Arts, Graphic Arts, Curriculum & Instruction, Education, Other, Other (Social Studies - History), Life Skills, Religion, For All Subject Areas, Classroom Management, Professional Development, School Counseling, Character Education, Instructional Technology, General Science, Short Stories, Reading Strategies, Holidays/Seasonal, Back to School, Thanksgiving, Martin Luther King Day, Black History Month, For All Subjects, Summer, For Administrators, Coaching, Close Reading, African History