Adrianne Hunt is an adjunct faculty member in the Graduate School of Education.
Professional Title: Adjunct Professor
Areas of Academic Focus and Expertise: Technology integration in K-12 classrooms; online course design; Moodle; Blackboard.
Area of Work and Concentration at Lesley: Educational Technology
Representative List of Recent Courses Taught: Designing Curriculum that Integrates Technology; Building Online Communities and Facilitating Student Discussions in Online Courses
Education: B.A., McNeese State University, LA (Elementary Education); M.Ed., McNeese State University (Supervision and Administration; Ed.D., McNeese State University (Curriculum and Instruction)
Representative List of Recent Publications / Exhibitions: Frequent presenter at ISTE Conferences, Louisiana’s LACUE Conference, and local TNT Conferences; topics include “Pulling the Trigger on PowerPoint” (Best of NECC four consecutive years), Easy Online Multimedia, From Blackboard to Moodle, Advanced Blackboard Tips, Distance Learning Lessons Learned, Blackboard and 21st Century Reasoning Skills.
Dr. Hunt is a “multiple retiree” who keeps on teaching. She completed a career in the K-12 public arena, spending 15 years teaching middle school math, ELA, and computer literacy; and another 9 years in supervisory work, with responsibility for providing technology integration instruction and support for faculty in 57 schools. Dr. Hunt moved to the State Department of Education in Louisiana, and was part of a team of state leaders who set up and administered the Louisiana Center for Educational Technology. While on that team she wrote and implemented the curriculum for technology integration in the state; this project, Louisiana Intech, impacted every school in the state over a period of three years. Returning to her home, she taught at the local university, McNeese State, in the Educational Technology Department. Presently she works as a consultant to McNeese, providing all the faculty training in online pedagogy. She works and trains in both Moodle and Blackboard. Her affiliation with Lesley dates back to 1998; teaching is her passion, whether face-to-face or online.
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