Debbie Morrison, M.A. Education and Human Development, emphasis Educational Technology Leadership, George Washington University. B.A. Organizational Management, The Master’s College. Diploma: Business Administration, Ryerson University.
Independent Instructional Designer
Open and online learning is the theme of the blog. It’s also about learning, change and how to teach online in an open, connected and networked environment.
I’m passionate about education and lifelong learning yet see traditional education as failing students of all ages. I see open and online learning as a vehicle—part of a solution that can improve access, quality and lower costs. A changed system will give K-12, college students and lifelong learners access to educational opportunities that will lead to dynamic, skilled and thoughtful individuals. My goal is to contribute to a solution that will make education relevant, accessible and more effective.
Debbie Morrison is an instructional designer and educator with twelve years experience in creating meaningful, rich learning outcomes in higher education and business settings. Debbie’s work focuses on online instructional design specific to higher education. Her most recent work experience in an education institution was as the Lead Curriculum Developer, Online Programs at a four-year university. She currently works as an independent instructional designer, and collaborates with a variety of organizations to develop effective online programs. Debbie also writes and blogs extensively about different aspects of education.
She holds a Master’s Degree from George Washington University in education and human development with an emphasis on educational technology leadership, and a bachelor’s degree with a focus in organizational management. Debbie also studied at Ryerson University in Toronto, Canada where she graduated with a Business Administration Diploma in 1985.
On the Web
Email: debbiemorrison505 [at] gmail.com
Personal website: debbiemorrison.net
Other blogs: School and Sports, and The Runners Muse
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