I am the General Education Coordinator at the Blaine Campus of Rasmussen College. In addition to overseeing the campus's General Education program, I have taught the following courses: English Composition, Humanities, Creative Writing, Film Appreciation, Introduction to Literature, and Visual Communications in the Media.
I hold an M.F.A in Creative Writing (Poetry) from the University of Houston and a B.A. in English from the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul, MN.
My educational interests include exploring innovative strategies (particularly the use of video technology) for promoting creative and critical thinking in online and residential classrooms.
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Welcome to my profile! I am an English teacher and librarian at a private high school in Maryland. In 2008, I graduated with a bachelors degree in English Education from Mount Saint Mary's University. This May, I will graduate with a master's degree in School Librarianship from McDaniel College. This past year, I was introduced to the concept of the flipped classroom. It is my goal to flip my classroom one lesson at a time. I plan to use Sophia.org to do this!
Director, Academic Media Services, Rasmussen College