An overview of experience and skill competencies are described below. For work samples please click on the button below.
Course Design and Instruction
Written and designed both in-person (F2F) and virtual courses for elementary and middle school STEM and social studies courses as well as professional development courses for educators through the University of San Diego. Create dynamic learning experiences for learners of all ages. Deliver course instruction in English and Spanish.
Supporting Talent Development
Training at the school, district, state, and national level on various topics. Lead both in-person and virtual training to support talent development. Topics ranging from bilingual education, global education, technology integration, social emotional learning, and STEM.
Able to identify and apply instructional strategies that align with instructional goals and anticipated learning outcomes to create effective interventions to support learners of all ages. Use interactive design principles to personalize learning experiences.
Design Learning Assessments
Identify the learning processes and outcomes to be measured and ensure that assessment is aligned with instructional goals, anticipated learning outcomes, and instructional strategies.
Evaluating Instruction & Programs
Utilize the Kirkpatrick and Kirkpatrick four level evaluation framework to evaluate the effectiveness of instruction and employee training as well as larger scale projects.
Planning and Analysis
Using Technology to Solve Problems
Recognized technologist. Comfortable with Microsoft, Google, Apple and many other technology applications and can quickly identify the right tool to meet the needs of individuals, projects, teams, and organizations.
ADVOCATE FOR CHANGE
Advocate to change and improve policies in learning and development to support all learners in a more meaningful way. Focused on innovative ideas to improve learning environments and organizational performance.