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- 1 Education Leader: Adult Learning Facilitator & Curriculum Innovator
- 2 Research Interests: Dialogue Effects Change within the Self-Regulated Model of Learning
- 3 Awards
- 4 Educational Perspective
- 5 Personal History
- 6 Notes and Feedback from my Wiki Neighbours
- 7 Reflection
Education Leader: Adult Learning Facilitator & Curriculum Innovator
- Social Science & Education
- Various modalities
- Hybrid, a combination of face-to-face and online
Research Interests: Dialogue Effects Change within the Self-Regulated Model of Learning
Ph.D. in Education specializing in Educational Technology from Walden University
Graduate Certificates from Regis University in Adult Education, and Social Justice, Peace and Reconciliation.
Master's Degree in Liberal Studies with a Psychology emphasis from Regis University
Bachelors Degree in Physical Science with minors in mathematics and statistics from Colorado State University
Dissertation topic: Maximizing Feedback for Self-Regulated Learning
I have been honored with Faculty of the Year (2016) and the Malcolm Knowles Award (2015) for outstanding performance in education.
I am an enthusiastic educator! I like to integrate my unique, varied education with my business and teaching experience.
I'm excited to delve into the world of adult learning. Through my studies of dialogue, I hope to find a way to improve classroom (f2f, synchronous and asynchronous) interactions. I want to facilitate dialogue that enlightens people to move from passive to active participants in their lives. Connecting people to others in their community through dialogue provides the key to solving many of our local and global problems. Once people realize that they are not alone in struggling with their problems, that their struggle is common to their neighbors, they can begin to work toward shared goals and solutions.
I do not view education as limited to imparting what we know with those who do not, but rather creating experiences that challenge students' preconceived notions, rock their worlds, and hopefully get them hooked on learning for life. Experience as an educator has taught me that students learn best when their passions are ignited. To light that fire, adult learning needs to break down the barriers of stale learning models and open to interactive, participatory, experiential learning. Adults come to the classroom with life experiences that changes their perceptions and warrants acknowledgement. Everyone has something to teach in the adult classroom. Dialogue provides the framework for creating an environment where adults can succeed best.
Personal HistoryVancouver, WA, attended high school in Littleton, CO, earned my bachelors degree, started my family, and began a business adventure in Fort Collins, CO, and settled in Parker, CO. I am happily married to my high school sweetheart and we have three amazing children. We love animals, so we have a Chihuahua, a Lab/Border collie mix, a bearded dragon, numerous salt water fish, and a chubby little hamster. My husband and I enjoy cooking, hiking, biking, traveling (especially road trips), and attending our children’s numerous sporting and music activities.
Notes and Feedback from my Wiki Neighbours
- I have put a few tips and suggestions on my user page, at the bottom. Please click on my signature here, and take a look. They a
re intended to supplement the tutorials and discussions. If you have any questions or need any help, I am ready to be of as much assistance as I can. Cheers. --Phil Bartle 07:02, 2 August 2009 (UTC)
(: Welcome Jodie. Great start! Kindly try out some headings, some bullets and numberings and inserting your picture soon. --Victor P. K. Mensah 19:31, 1 August 2009 (UTC))
- Jodie - your page looks great. Congrats on becomong a WikiApprentice! - Chris 4 August 1009