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Edu651 Introductory Power Point

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This is an introductory PowerPoint presentation using Jing for audio (and to produce a downloadable file). It is for a class in the online Master's program at Ashford University.

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Edu651 Introductory Power Point

  1. 1. EDU 648: IntroductionKathleen Lund<br />Professor Ilene Miller<br />October 13, 2009<br />
  2. 2. Table of Contents<br />Introduction<br />Positions & Training in Education<br />Children’s age, level in school/where attending/activity<br />Current activity & Career interests<br />Closing<br />
  3. 3. Introduction<br />Name – Kathleen Lund<br />Which class at Ashford – 3rd class<br />Degree – Bachelor’s of Science in Public Administration with specializations in Personnel and Labor Relations<br />Graduate classes – 12 hours toward Master’s of Education in Maryland at Mount St. Mary’s <br />
  4. 4. Positions & Training in Education<br />Spouse’soccupation – project leader in Consumer Credit Payment Processing for CitiCards<br />Previous jobs in education – CCD teacher, tutor, school librarian, school board secretary, substitute teacher in grades K-8<br />
  5. 5. Children<br />Oldest daughter– Senior at UF, double major in Math and African Studies with minor in Physics<br />Oldest son – Soon to finish Associate’s in Art – FSCJ<br />Youngest daughter – Senior in high school, hoping to be in FSU Marching Band next year<br />Middle son – 8th grader, plays alto & baritone sax, in 14th season of soccer <br />Youngest son – Just turned 4, in Pre-K, athletic<br />
  6. 6. Current Activity & Career Interests<br />Present activity – Volunteering with high school band , taking care of family, working on this degree<br />Career Interests – Corporate training, online teaching, introducing technology into schools<br />
  7. 7. What we learn from each other is every bit as important as what we learn from our textbooks. I look forward to learning from each of you. <br />

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