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    Colorado Department of Education Online Training: Early Language and Literacies

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    This project required a full redesign of existing online training for the Colorado Department of Education (CDE) Early Language and Literacies series to include new interactivity, video, animation, and student assessments within 14 eLearning course modules. The goal of this project was to transform the training modules from hour-long YouTube videos to smaller, more engaging lessons within CDE’s Learning Management… Read more →

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    Precious Pearls Trust Volunteer Training Program

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    This project was part of my coursework in my Information and Learning Technology master’s program at the University of Colorado Denver and challenged me to think about what it means to learn in an adult and corporate context. Using the Instructional Design Model, ADDIE, I worked with a partner to analyze gaps and identify needs for a volunteer program. Together,… Read more →

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    Research in Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Online Education

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    This project was part of my coursework in my Information and Learning Technology master’s program at the University of Colorado Denver and focused on research in learning design and technology. I split my time between analyzing and evaluating methods for observing instruction, assessing learning and collecting reports to improve instruction with researching limitations and affordances of AI in online education.… Read more →

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