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Contributing Editor and Administrator, AHTR (ArtHistoryTeachingResources.org)
Virtual community of practice that provides opportunities for conversations about teaching and learning and open access resources for art historians, museum educators, K-12, and others who teach using visual culture.  See my recent contributions expanding AHTR’s Visiting the Museum Learning Resource, to include lesson plans and learning activities for both students and teachers.  This project was made possible with a 2018 grant from Baruch College’s Center for Teaching and Learning and CUNY’s ongoing OER Initiative.

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Founding Co-Editor, Art History Pedagogy and Practice 
Open-access academic Journal devoted to Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in Art History. Published annually on Academic Works, CUNY’s Digital Commons repository.  For details about submissions, peer review protocol, publication policies, and advisory board, see http://www.arthistorypp.org 


Current projects and professional leadership

Curriculum consultant, National Gallery of Art, Education Department (2018)

Chair, College Art Association Education Committee (2017-2019)

Project Leader, SoTL Bootcamp, CAA, Los Angeles, Feb. 2018

Instructional Designer, Seeing America, Smarthistory.org (2017-present)

Educational Advisory Committee, Digital Public Library of America (2017-2018)

Co-Chair, Measuring College Learning Project, Art History Strand
Social Science Research Council Education Research Project (2017-2018)
See full report on Recommended Learning Objectives Framework for Introductory Art History Survey at http://highered.ssrc.org/wp-content/uploads/2018.02-MCL-in-Art-History-Report-for-CAA.pdf 


Recent projects completed

2018
Product review and research on DGBL (Digital Game Based Learning)
Pearson-Prentice Hall, Higher Education Division (May 2016)

2017
Content Developer, Digital Learning Tools (Revel, Interactive Learning Environment) 
Pearson-Prentice Hall, Higher Education Division (June-July 2016)

2016

Educational Consultant, National Gallery of Art

Educational Consultant, Evergreen Montessori School

Pearson-Prentice Hall Higher Education Division
Narrator,  Chapter 33 “Art since 1950” Stokstad’s Art History, 6e, Revel (Interactive Learning Environment)

Webinar Presentation, Teaching Global Contemporary Art in AP® Art History, Artstor

2015

Pearson-Prentice Hall Higher Education Division
Webinar Presentation, Improving Art History with Active Learning

Pearson-Prentice Hall Higher Education Division
Contributing Author, Chapter 33 “Art since 1950” Stokstad’s Art History, 6e (2017)
Revise text for new edition

Content Provider, Pearson-Prentice Hall Higher Education Division
Develop MediaShare assignments and related rubrics for chapters in

Stokstad/Cothren, Art History, 5e
Stokstad/Cothren, Art: A Brief History, 6e
Davies, Janson’s History of Art, 8e reissued
Davies, Janson’s Basic History of Western Art, 9e
Sayre, The Humanities, 3e
Sayre, Discovering the Humanities, 3e
Sayre, A World of Art, 8e
Frank, Prebles’ Artforms, 11e

2014

Content Provider, Khan Academy 

  • Assist with content migration of Smarthistory.org to Khan Academy website
  • Develop assessment tools for on-line tutorials in art history

Educational Consultant, Glenstone, Potomac, MD

  • Produced preliminary needs study and recommendations
  • Directed program strategy for K-12 learning initiatives
  • Provided staff professional development training
  • Served as museum liaison to Montgomery County Public Schools

 

2013

Developed content for “Writing Space” Assignment prompts and rubrics (Pearson-Prentice Hall)

Developed content for MyArtsLab Assessment-based Study Plans for Prebles’ Artforms, 11e (forthcoming 2013) (Pearson-Prentice Hall)

Authored Course-level and Chapter Learning Objectives for Prebles’ Artforms, 11e (forthcoming 2013) (Pearson-Prentice Hall)

 

2012

Restructure Georgetown University’s ARTH140 Modern Art to integrate technology enhanced learning components, and evaluate impact on student learning (GU Department of Art and Art History; “Closing the Loop” assessment grant awarded by GU Center for New Development in Learning and Scholarship)

Review on-line course ART208 Modern Art. Course in revision. (Saylor Foundation, 2012)

“Art History 2.0: New Technologies and Changes in Pedagogical Practice” (Southeastern College Art Conference, 2012) Link to session website

Review of current and developing digital learning products (Pearson-Prentice Hall, 2012)

Develop MyArtsLab Assessment-based Study Plans for Marilyn Stokstad, Art History, 5e (2012) (Pearson-Prentice Hall )

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