Areas of Expertise
- E-learning development
- Instructional design
- Science curriculum and instruction
- Educational administration and leadership
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Instructional Designer & Developer
Christine has long held an interest in understanding how people learn and in harnessing the power of technology to improve learning outcomes. She is passionate about utilizing her creativity and technical skills in eLearning development and multimedia design to create meaningful learning experiences. Empathy is one of her core values, both in her personal and professional life, and working to understand the perspective of others is at the heart of her decision-making process.
Prior to Education Northwest, she was a secondary education earth and space science teacher for more than 10 years in Basking Ridge, New Jersey. While in this role, she also served as a team leader, curriculum writer, school administration intern, and professional development trainer. Her work in the classroom has given her a deep appreciation for the vast diversity of learners and the importance of supporting equity, inclusion, and access.
- Ed.M., Educational Administration and Leadership, Capella University
- B.S.Ed., Secondary Education, Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania
- B.S., Geology/Geosciences, Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania
A book I've read more than once is…
Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail by Cheryl Strayed.
Finding ways to make learning pain free.
A fictional character I identify with is…