I am interested in the position of Principal Instructional Technology Consultant because I believe my career experiences reflect an appreciation of the mission of the CITL, which aims to “provides leadership and expertise that support efforts to innovate in the curricula, to implement effective pedagogies in and beyond the classroom, and to enhance student learning and engagement”. My philosophy of instructional consulting hinges supporting faculty in developing student-centered learning  experiences through activities and technologies that encourage collaboration, critical thinking, innovation, creativity, educational entrepreneurship and a life-long zeal for the process of learning and improving human performance. I seek to promote, as well as train others to foster strong learning communities within each class by encouraging critical engagement with ideas, beliefs, and pedagogies in the local, national and global contexts. My experiences in the classroom as well as in faculty development have helped inform my research in the area of the scholarship of teaching and learning. 

SUPPORTING Materials From CITL workshop


Developed for the School of Nursing at Purdue University West Lafayette. The objectives were to:

  • Utilize multimedia technologies to create pre-class activities that prepare students for situated learning during class time; 

  • Develop a lesson plan using multimedia technology that promotes student readiness for the flipped classroom experience;

  • Evaluate effectiveness of multi media delivery methods through formative and summative evaluation method; and

  • Provide faculty with information on how to transform their courses to allow for flipped classroom practices while maintaining requirements for (American Nurses Credentialing Center - ANCC) Accreditation.


MSU Urban STEM: Abbreviated example of face-to-face discussion that examines how teachers in STEM help students overcome misconceptions.

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