Masters of Science in Instructional Technology
University of Wyoming
- Certificate in Online Instruction
experience working with students in an educational setting; independent, self- motivated, perpetual learner; time management; effective decision making; positive public relations; seeks opportunities to grow as a professional, team and individual
curriculum management, curriculum design, team collaboration, professionalism, building community
proactive listener, flexible, seeks understanding, reflective practitioner, negotiator, problem solver, decision maker, positive, collaborative team member, time manager, organizer
Windows, Mac OSX, Microsoft Office, Word, Excel, Publisher, Powerpoint, Smart Technologies, website design, data analysis, podcasting, Wiki Tools, Elluminate, Photoshop, Camtasia
integrity, cooperation, initiative, and breadth of intellectual interests
K-2 Leveled Literacy Intervention Coach
Keeney, J. (2015). Literature review: Gamification in a K-5 science classroom, UW.
Keeney, J. (2105). Research: Teaching science online. Unpublished manuscript, UW.
Keeney, J. (2014). Instructional design: Addition/subtraction fluency in kindergarten. Unpublished manuscript, UW.
Keeney, J. (2013). Instructional change: Common core. Unpublished manuscript, UW.
Keeney, J. (2013). iPads in k-12 classrooms. Unpublished manuscript, UW.
Keeney, J. (2013). Media influences on learning. Unpublished manuscript, UW.
Keeney, J. (2013). Social networking. Unpublished manuscript, UW.
January 2015. $200 requested/received to fund hydroponics project-based learning activity for science club. Iowa Agriculture Literacy Foundation funds projects that support agricultural literacy.
August 2011. $1200 requested/received to fund 4th grade science club. Prepared students for academic state testing.
November 2013. $661 requested/received to fund activity to hatch chicken eggs in the classroom. Unit created that supported science inquiry, language arts, and math.