Emily Morgan

Educator | Instructional Designer | Curriculum Developer | eLearning Professional

Professional summary

Detail-oriented, enthusiastic educator with over 12 years experience in Higher Education, skilled in designing curriculum for various faculty members with an aim of integrating technology in meaningful ways.   

Seeking a position as an Instructional Design professional where I can organize, plan, and implement effective educational practices.

Immediate Value Offered

  • Knowledgeable of learning principles and theory;
  • Experience with design and revision of curriculum among various learning management systems;
  • Strong written and verbal communication with various audiences;
  • Exceptional ability to manage multiple projects in a deadline-driven, dynamic environment;
  • Enthusiastic about new ideas and experiences.

Work History

Work History
Jun 2008 - Present

Special Instructor of Composition Administration

Colorado State University
  • Design nationally recognized first-year Composition curriculum, which half of the Composition faculty at Colorado State uses;
  • Using the Learning Management System Canvas, created a common College Composition course shell template, which involved collaboration with the IT department in order to ensure the most effective course available;
  • Modified all documents used in College Composition to meet ADA regulations;
  • Train, supervise, and mentor new instructors, providing them with curriculum which they are to deliver, including professional development workshops
  • Implement professional development opportunities and workshops, many of which focus upon effective use of technology within the classroom and/or using various LMS systems in helpful ways;
  • Serve as a liaison between the English Department and the Center for Advising and Student Achievement as well as the Division of Student Affairs to implement an early intervention and retention program called Early Performance.  This entails recruiting participants and creating document to train faculty how to participate;  
  • Plan, implement, monitor, and assess a variety of Composition and Literature courses which are consistent with CSUs course objectives;
  • Design and test instructional methods that utilize effective technology in the classroom;
  • Collaborate with a team of Composition faculty to write and organize anthologies
  • Assess and ensure that instructors meet the objectives and goals of their courses.

Jan 2007 - May 2008

English Instructor

University of Northern Colorado

Planned, implemented, and assessed various Composition courses, maintaining University objectives and goals  Planned and facilitated First Year Experience recitations, helping Freshmen understand the culture of UNC and how to be successful in a college environment |  Designed and presented a variety of professional development opportunities, including workshops about matching teaching strategies to various learning styles |  Collaborated with other instructors about curriculum needs and best practices Improved student writing by working as a consultant in the Writing Lab

Jan 2005 - Dec 2006

Graduate Teaching Assistant

University of Northern Colorado
  • Taught the following courses:  Freshmen Composition (4 sections), College Research (4 sections), and 20th Century British Literature (1 section with Dr. Wilson);
  • Designed, implemented, and assessed lessons and assignments for Composition and Literature classes;
  • Collaborated with other instructors about curriculum needs and best practices.
Aug 2002 - Jul 2004

Language Arts Teacher

Mountain View
  • Taught English 9, English 10, Creative Writing, Argumentation and Debate, Mythology and Science Fiction.
  • Designed, implemented, and assessed lessons focused on a variety of writing including personal narrative, literary analysis, poetry, short stories, creative writing, business letters, persuasion, argumentation, and research essays.
  • Provided assistance throughout the drafting process for the development of writing samples.
  • Maintained strong connections with parents, colleagues, and administration relating to the progress and success of student performance as well as various programs.
  • Sponsored and coached the Forensics Speech and Debate Team throughout the 2003-2004 school year including practices and tournaments. Led several successful individuals to triumph in various categories. Critiqued individual performances and judged at numerous tournaments.
  • Directed a successful winter drama production of“ A Christmas Carol” resulting in additional funds for the Drama program.