The University of Kentucky's Division of Undergraduate Education (UGE) central administration and staff are responsible for a variety of programs and initiatives, from general education to undergraduate curriculum review. UGE also supports teaching faculty at the University of Kentucky who are involved in a Faculty Research Group focusing on the transition from high school to UK in the context of our new general education program - the UK Core. See more on this at the UK Faculty Toolkit (ukfacultytoolkit.wordpress.com)
As Assistant Provost in the Office of Undergraduate Education at the University of Kentucky, I am very interested in open educational resources and encouraging their use in a rigorous, academic setting. As a practicing historian, much of my research is directed toward a public audience and many times I will turn my energies away from research to finding new channels of communication for distribution of the new knowledge created, recently in particular the history of Kentucky women. My work as part of the University of Kentucky Second Life virtual world community (aka Bella Yan) has been very interesting, and I would be pleased to talk with any of you about this.
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I graduated from Colorado State University with a B.S in Chemistry and Mathematics along with an education certification. My career began in Utah teaching junior high math and high school chemistry. I spent 22 years in the classroom as a science teacher in the Rosemount, Apple Valley, Eagan School District. I have taught physics, AP, honors, general and concept level Chemistry. Currently, I am a Professional Development Specialist working in the School of Education at Capella University. During the summer, I facilitate week long workshops for new and experienced chemistry teachers at Hamline University with Prof. Matt Morgan. As a team, we cover content as well as current best practices in the science classroom including inquiry and digital resources. I am also employed by the College Board as an AP Chemistry Consultant where I facilitate day-long to week-long workshops for classroom teachers. I believe one of the best ways to improve my professional practice is to network with teachers from all over the country and I enjoy the opportunities this provides.