A logo made from the letters a, d, and tThis blog is a passion project for me. For the last few years, I have been working to create instructional experiences that are meaningful and accessible for all users. I hope to make to make accessibility easy to understand and implement, address elements of instructional design and design thinking, and discuss effective online and blended instruction. Although my main audience is educators, I am positive that the information contained in this blog will be helpful to any user.

I still consider myself a learner in all these areas, and I am open to improving what I am doing. I will attempt to demonstrate accessible practices to the best of my ability.

My previous work with students with disabilities has ignited a passion for ensuring that all learners have access to meaningful instructional experiences in any learning environment. My current educational pursuits and work as a technology design coach combines my passion for accessibility, instructional design, and design thinking.

As an educator, I have a wide array of instructional experience for K-12 and adult learners in a multitude of settings. Currently, I am a Sam Houston State University student in the Instructional Systems Design and Technology doctoral program.

To learn more about me, visit my LinkedIn Profile.