The date on this post will slip into March 7th before I'm done writing it...but I'm starting it on Friday, March 6th, and the Article Writing Challenge theme for Fridays is... Yes, it has been a long and busy day. But I some how managed to get at least 3 th...
So with this post, I am back on schedule! The Thursday theme from the Article Writing Challenge is all about infographics. So here is an interesting education-related one a writer
friend located for me. Are we ever too old to learn and succeed? [ Source:...
Welcome to my Tuesday, March 3rd catch-up post for the Article Writing Challenge . I was supposed to write a " Top 10 "
list, so in the interest of saving time, I'm borrowing one from another blog of mine. So unless you're a family member, a close friend, ...
March 2015...I certainly didn't expect to be gone for so long after declaring that my eLearning 4 Life blog was back! However, life happened, with its demands and other obligations that took priority over blogging. But now, in this month of my birthday, I a...
Education and tutorials go together, right? Well, for this Saturday post, based on the themes for the Article Writing Challenge, I'm scheduled to share a tutorial. So I'm borrowing one from one of my other blogs about how I imprint photos on fabric. One imp...
Welcome to my (belated) Wednesday, March 4th post, introducing my guest post from Jessa McClure , a fellow blogger (check out her blog, The Homegrown Heart ), freelance writer, and homeschooling parent (something I did for over 11 years with my four childr...
Other priorities called me away this week, so now I'm going to play catch-up with a few posts, using the Article Writing Challenge daily ideas, as I mentioned in my March Motivation Modification post on Sunday, March 1st (though it published after midnight,...
- Northcentral University (NCU)Ed.D.-ABD - Education/Educational Technology & E-Learning, 2009 - present
- Nyack CollegeBA-Psychology, 1976 - 1980
- Kennebec Valley Community College (KVCC)AAS-Education/SLPA, 2006 - 2007
- American InterContinental University (AIU) OnlineM.Ed. - Education/Instructional Technology, 2007 - 2008
Please allow me to introduce myself. My name is Karen Lee (K.Lee) Banks and I am providing professional freelance services from my home office here in Maine. I have over 3,000 published articles online and have authored/co-authored about a dozen courses...so far!
I have also written one book and co-authored another.
have a Master of Education (M.Ed.) degree in
Instructional Technology, as well as a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Psychology. I am
currently a doctoral candidate in a Doctor of Education program (Ed.D.) at Northcentral
University (NCU) in a dual concentration of Educational Technology and
E-Learning, working on my dissertation.
I am accustomed to working as an independent contractor in telecommuting or virtual capacities. As a writer, editor, and educator, I always enjoy the challenge and opportunity of acquiring a new project and/or position.
- Self-employedFreelance consultant, 2008 - present
- Androscoggin Head StartFamily Service Advocate, 2005 - 2007
- Griffiths Therapy AssociatesSpeech & Developmental Therapist (SLPA), 2007 - 2008