Karen L. Jackson Leadership Place Killeen, TX, University of Mary Hardin-Baylor Belton, Texas 2013

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1 Karen L. Jackson 1001 Leadership Place Killeen, TX, Education EdD University of Mary Hardin-Baylor Belton, Texas 2013 MEd Tarleton State University, C & I Killeen, Texas 2007 BS University of Texas, Austin, Austin, Texas 1993 AA Temple Junior College 1984 Temple, Texas Current Certifications: Google for Education Innovator AEL Google Educator Level 1 and 2 Google for Education Trainer Business Certification ESL Certification Technology Applications Certification Special Education Certification 2010 Principal Certification 2007 PDAS 2007 ILD 2007 Texas Teacher Certification, Provisional 1993 Employment Present Adjunct Faculty, Texas A&M University, Central Texas Undergraduate courses: EDUK 440, EDUC 4340, 1

2 Graduate course: EDTE Present Instructional Technology Specialist (ITS) Annual Full Time Contract. Responsibilities: Plan create and facilitate technology integration organize teacher resource for learning, provide just-in-time instruction, model technology integration lessons based on the ISTE Standards for Teachers and the Technology Applications TEKS. Create lessons using Google G Suite, create instructional video and screencasts using district resources, Temple ISD webmaster duties for elementary campuses Technology Teacher, Bonham Middle School, Temple ISD, Annual Full Time Contract. Responsibilities: Fall semester 2014 transfer responsibilities include Instructional Technology Specialist (ITS). Support teachers with model lessons, facilitating technology integration into all core content on campus. Teach 6th, 7th and 8th grade students in Business Information Management Systems, Digital Arts, Yearbook, Digital Multimedia for High School credit, and Yearbook, Graphics, Animation and Video Substitute Teacher, Academy Middle School, Non-Exempt Responsibilities: Attended to class duties, taught lessons, managed classes Instructional Technology Specialist, Round Rock ISD Annual Full Time Contract Responsibilities: Teacher (technology instruction on two campuses), Teravista Elementary and Double File Trail Elementary, Technology Applications TEKS Taskforce, Redesign and maintenance of both campus websites, Online Blogging Course Instructor, District Teacher Professional Development, Video Teacher Guide Task Force, Campus Technology Trainer, Academic Leadership Team Pond Springs and Teravista Teacher, Grades 3-8, various campuses, Temple ISD Annual Full Time Contract Design and maintain website for Kennedy-Powell Elementary, Integrate subject area TEKS with Technology Applications TEKS, Teach reading, language arts, and math COURSE TAUGHT AT TEMPLE COLLEGE

3 Educational Technology Integration, EDTC 1313 PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS Jackson, Karen (2018). Badging and Gaming, Rewarding Quality Work. Breakout Session. University School of Milwaukee, Milwaukee, WI June 11, Nichols, T., Threatt, R., Jackson, K., (2018). Getting Started with Flipped Learning. Breakout Session. Texas Computer Educator Association Convention, Austin, TX. February 5, Jackson, Karen (2018). Badging and Gaming, Rewarding Quality Work. Breakout Session. Texas Computer Educator Association Convention, Austin, TX. February 5, Jackson, Karen (2018). Creating Sparkling Screencasts Using Chromebooks. Breakout Session. Texas Computer Educator Association Convention, Austin, TX. February 8, Jackson, Karen (). Teacher Agency Project. Vision Project presentation. October 5,. Jackson, Karen (). Hangout with Us. Breakout session, Excellence in Education Conference, Temple ISD, August 22,. Jackson, Karen (). Quick Tips for Creating Quality Video, Breakout session, Excellence in Education Conference, Temple ISD, August 22,. Jackson, Karen (). Perfectly Pertinent Portfolios Breakout session, Excellence in Education Conference, Temple ISD, August 22,. Jackson, Karen (). Create a Sparkling Screencast using WeVideo and Screencastify. Breakout session,texas Panhandle Summit Featuring Google for Education Canyon, TX., June 20,. Jackson, Karen (). Badging and Gaming with Grown-ups: Rewarding Quality Work, Encouraging Meaningful Play, and Organizing it All (How to get students/teachers to work and have fun at the same time). EdTechTeam Panhandle Google Summit, Canyon, TX., June 20,. Hughes, Luann, Jackson, K., Mays, J., Nichols, T., Threatt, R., Wright, J. Get Em Googled. Texas Computer Educators Association, (TCEA). Austin, TX., February 6, Jackson, Karen, Roberts, Paula. Hang out with Us: Using Google Hangouts February 6,. Texas Computer Educators Association, (TCEA). Austin, TX., February 6, 3

4 Jackson, Karen (2016). New Teacher Kahoot. Breakout session, Excellence in Education Conference, Temple ISD, August 16, Jackson, Karen (2016). New Teacher Kahoot. Breakout session, Excellence in Education Conference, Temple ISD, August 16, Jackson, K. Velez, M. (2016). Telling Stories in Math and Science with WeVideo. Breakout Session, Excellence in Education Conference, Temple ISD, August 16, Jackson, Karen (2016). Podcasting with Students. FOCUS! Texas Computer Educator Association Workshop, Area 12. Bell s Hill Elementary School, Waco, TX, Jackson, Karen (2016). Screencasting with WeVideo. EdTechTeam South Plains Summit, Lubbock, TX. June 1-2, Jackson, Karen (2015). Keep Calm and Google On, Google 101. Breakout session, Excellence in Education Conference, Temple ISD, August 18, Jackson, Karen (2015). Doggone Robotics. Texas Computer Educator Association State Conference, Austin, TX. February 4, Jackson, Karen (2014). Technology Challenges: Successful Integration of Classroom Technology. Paper presentation, UNT Educational Leadership Conference, Denton, TX, November 13, Jackson, Karen (2014). Reading Writing Connection in Middle School. Guest speaker, Tarleton State University, Reading II Assessment and Instruction of Developing Readers, READ , October 29, Jackson, Karen (2014). Changing Perspectives, Emerging Technologies and Teacher Use, Experts in Literacy Distinguished Speakers Series, Concordia University, Austin, Texas, October 7, Jackson, Karen (2013). The Reading and Writing Connection in Middle School, Guest speaker, Tarleton State University, Reading II Assessment and Instruction of Developing Readers, RDG 384, October 16, Jackson, Karen (2013). Dissertation topic: Challenges of Implementing Technology Integration in the Public School, Qualitative Research, Texas Council of Professors of Educational Administration Graduate Research Exchange (TCPEA GRE), August 25, 2013.

5 Jackson, Karen, Roberts, Paula (2013). Wikis, Blogs and Google, Workshop Presentation, Temple, TX, Excellence in Education Conference, Temple Independent School District (TISD). August 21, Jackson, Karen, Roberts, Paula (2013). Prezify Your PowerPoints, Workshop Presentation, Temple, TX, Excellence in Education Conference, Temple Independent School District (TISD). August 21, Jackson, K. (2013). Technology Challenges: Successful Integration of Classroom Technology, Paper presentation. Austin, TX, TxATE Summer Conference, June 8, Jackson, Karen (2013). Technology Challenges: Successful Integration of Classroom Technology, Paper presentation TASA Midwinter Conference, Austin, TX January, Poster Presentation of Dissertation topic: Challenges of Implementing Technology Integration in the Public School, Qualitative Research, Texas Council of Professors of Educational Administration (TCPEA), January 29, Jackson, Karen, Roberts, Paula (2013). Web 2.0 Tools, Microsoft Outlook, Workshop Presentation, Temple, TX, Excellence in Education Conference, Temple Independent School District (TISD). August, Jackson, K. (2013). Technology Challenges: Successful Integration of Classroom Technology, Paper presentation. Austin, TX, TASA Midwinter Conference, January 29, Jackson, K. (2012). Technology Challenges: Successful Integration of Classroom Technology. Emerging Scholars Poster Presentation, CSOTTE. Austin, TX. October 22, Jackson, K. (2012). Stow Yer Stuff, , Network Capacity, and Web 2.0. Temple ISD. Excellence in Education Conference, August 22, Jackson, K. (2011). Web Tools to Enhance 6-8 ELA: Wikis, Blogs, and Wordle, Oh My! Temple ISD Excellence in Education Conference, August 2, Jackson, K. (2009). Using Voki to Engage Students. TCEA. February, Jackson, K. (2008). High Performing Schools Conference. ESC 12, Waco, Texas. July, 2008 PUBLICATIONS Jackson, K. (2013). Technology Challenges: Successful Integration of Classroom Technology. Dissertation, University of Mary Hardin-Baylor, College of Education. 5

6 PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS - 19 TCTA District 12 Coordinating Council Treasurer District 12 Coordinating Council President, Texas Classroom Teachers Association Present Temple Classroom Teachers Association President Temple Classroom Teachers Association Faculty Rep Present Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD) Present International Society for Teacher Education ISTE Present Temple Classroom Teachers Association Present Texas Computer Education Association (TCEA) Temple Classroom Teachers Association President Temple Classroom Teachers Association President- Elect LEADERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES Selected for the TCEA High Impact Award Reader Committee, November,. Accepted into the Google Certified Innovator Sweden Cohort. (#SWE17) Vision project created and approved, The Teacher Agency Project. August 2012, Texas A&M University Central Texas, duties included creating a New Faculty Orientation program with the team members of the Provost s office, with the goal of helping new faculty feel welcomed, connected and successful. This program was the first of its kind for Texas A & M-Central Texas. Additional duties of internship included work on the Faculty Manual, facilitating the application process for TAMUCT to the Council of Graduate Schools Application for Regular Membership, and serving in other departments as assigned.