“The only thing worse than training your employees and having them leave is not training them and having them stay.” – Henry Ford
"Providing Feedback with Digital Tools" - screencast training
Demo social media how-to video - web design feature in Google Sites
“That’s what games are, in the end. Teachers. Fun is just another word for learning.” ― Raph Koster, A Theory of Fun for Game Design
Solve It to Lose It is a card game of strategy, problem solving and physics - motion application. Players will be challenged to correctly solve a series of questions in a limited time. The first player who solves the problems while overcoming a few shake ups along the way, wins!
I created the "Solve It to Lose It" prototype to display my creativity, knowledge, and skill of the procedures and theories of serious game development.
I created this digital breakout for English Language Arts classes to reinforce their knowledge and understanding of figurative language. Students must correctly complete tasks in order to obtain codes and clues to progress through the game to ultimately secure their "cash" winnings.
“In order to create an engaging learning experience, the role of instructor is optional, but the role of learner is essential.” ― Bernard Bull
This mini-course was designed using the online learning management system Schoology. The foundation of this mini course is how to purposefully integrate technology into classroom learning experiences. The course includes opportunities for learners to engage in asynchronous discussions, learn the content through text and multimedia, as well as assess their learning through built in quizzes.
“It’s through mistakes that you actually can grow. You have to get bad in order to get good.” – Paula Scher
Inspired by Digital Promise's Impactful Technology Use Rubric
Poster developed to help inform and recruit educators to participate in digital learning coaching
Icon graphics for Canvas how-to's on the district's At Home Learning Resources for Teachers created during COVID-19 emergency distance learning.
Images for social media or a blog post comparing and contrasting browser Add-ons & extensions
Gif as part of social media campaign to celebrate National Library Week.