I am an instructional psychology and technology graduate student at Brigham Young University. My educational background is in history teaching, French studies, and historical research. The most impactful experiences I have had in the past were those in which I had the opportunity to participate in and learn about the teaching and learning process, often times when educational technology was involved. I have had classroom experience in all varieties of the K-12 and higher ed classrooms, as well as experience in university administration, instructional design, research, and non-profit work. I received my masters degree in instructional psychology and technology in 2017. I am currently in the process of completing my doctorate of philosophy (PhD) in instructional psychology and technology, expected to completed in the fall of 2019. My research interests include: open education, open pedagogies, open educational resources, digital identity, online learning, connected learning environments, and new educational tools improve adult learning.
“He who receives an idea from me, receives instruction himself without lessening mine; as he who lights his taper at mine, receives light without darkening me” – Thomas Jefferson
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