Maggie Rouman (Moodle Mods 3-4 January2017)

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        I alone cannot change the world, but I can cast a stone across the waters to create many ripples. ~Mother Teresa
The opportunity to affect positive change has been the most attractive aspect of my work. I began my career as a K-12 Learning and Behavior Disorder Special Education Teacher. For over twenty-five years, I have served as an educational consultant, researcher, and learning specialist. I have collaborated with organizations to develop institutional protocols, guidelines, and policies. I have served as an advocate and instructor for students with learning differences in the Chicago Public Schools. I also created and taught an annual summer hybrid “Digital Reading Camp” course for 6-12-year-old students.
My past experience in designing and facilitating professional development in face-to-face, blended and online settings focused on the implementation of digital learning games, instructional technologies, universal design, Web 2.0 tools and brain-compatible teaching methods. I have mentored adult learners at Loyola University, and served as a lecturer at DePaul University. More recently, I have served as a student advisor at DePaul.
I hold a Bachelor of Science Degree in Special Education from Loyola University of Chicago and a Master’s Degree from DePaul University’s School for New Learning. My graduate research focused on educational neuroscience and the application of cognitive enhancement technologies. I hold graduate certificates in Educating Adults, Professional Leadership, Social/ Emotional Intelligence Training, and E-Learning and Online Teaching.
A believer in life-long learning, I am committed to investigating innovative teaching methods and adding new online tools to my professional toolbox that would help learners of all ages actualize their aspirations. I am the founder and facilitator of the Chicago Area Brain Network, an organization that supports individuals and groups who work to advance awareness of cognitive fitness. I love to travel, play piano, and explore my beautiful city, Chicago, with my husband and toddler daughter. Most of all, I am excited about the opportunity to serve as your guide, as you discover the world of online learning and teaching! Here’s to a great class! ~Maggie 
Last access:Thursday, February 1, 2018, 2:50 PM  (3 years 132 days)
Course profiles:E-Learning for Educators - Summer 2018, E-Learning for Educators - Spring 2018, E-Learning for Educators - October 2017, E-Learning for Educators June 2017, E-Learning for Educators - May 2017, E-Learning for Educators March 2017, E-Learning for Educators January 2017 Modules 3 - 4, E-Learning for Educators October 2016 Modules 3 - 4, E-Learning for Educators September 2016 Modules 3 - 4, E-Learning For Educators - D. O'Connor EDUC 760 901, E-Learning For Educators - Moodle Modules 3 & 4, E-Learning for Educators Early June Modules 3 - 4, E-Learning For Educators EDUC 760 - 961, E-Learning for Educators January 2016 Modules 3 - 4, E-Learning for Educators March 2016 Modules 3 - 4, E-Learning for Educators May 2016 Modules 3 - 4, E-Learning for Educators: Fall 2015 Modules 3 - 4
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