With a background in professional writing, I have years of experience producing informational articles, interpretive materials, online coursework and help guides.
Online courses written:
Technical Help Manuals for the California Department of Education's "Brokers of Expertise" website (now "My Digital Chalkboard," and CTE Online. Guides include both text content and graphic design.
PD-ROM Online Math Professional Development Course: "Imagine this: You've just finished a brilliant lesson. Your students were engaged, you employed more than one level of Bloom's taxonomy, and, quite honestly, your jokes were top notch. You're feeling pretty darn proud of yourself--until you give your students a quiz. And it seems as though they weren't even present. What happened?" See an archived page of the site here.
NonTrad 101 and 102 Online Professional Course: "'Non-traditional' careers are those that employ less than 25% of one gender. Airline pilot (or astronaut!), architect, dentist, film director, and science teacher are all occupations that are under-represented by women. For men, these non-traditional careers include child care worker, middle school teacher, speech pathologist and social worker. Job-seekers sometimes shy away from such positions not because of lack of interest or skill, but because of negative gender stereotypes. When this happens, everybody loses—employers lose qualified job candidates, and job-seekers lose opportunities for satisfying work and better earnings..."
Work of Human Hands Article: Patricia K. Kelly passes the egg back and forth between her hands, allowing the white of the egg to separate from the yolk. “The white,” she explains while her hands busy themselves with removing the sac, “prevents the yolk from binding with the pigment.” She slips the yolk into a waiting mussel shell. “It is a delicate process.” Read more...
Requiem for a Forest Article: The 10 glass structures are each about as large around as a human head, heavy with lead shot that glistens like the flesh inside a fig. The tops are filled with a fine reddish powder, the “soil” from which, trunk-like, water-filled glass ampoules sprout. Read more...
See more online articles here: http://www.newsreview.com/chico/maryrose-lovgren/author