I am a secondary language arts teacher/learner currently on an extended leave from the classroom. I recently completed a master’s degree program in instructional technology at the University of Tennessee-Knoxville. I am also raising two beautiful young children.

I am most passionate about the field of media education, especially understanding how adolescents use media outside the confines of the traditional classroom. How might educators tap into this in ways that add relevance and rigor to our course content and, at the same time, teach young people to engage more critically and responsibly with all forms of new and electronic media?

I am also interested in understanding how centralized systems of authority (schools) are adapting (or, failing to adapt) their policies and practices to accommodate the current explosion in web-based publishing, networking, and file sharing.

Please visit my ePortfolio to learn more about my background and interests.

I welcome opportunities to connect with fellow teacher/learners. You may contact me at jennifer dot lubke at gmail dot com or leave a reply below.

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These are the communities where I network and cross-post. Come by for a visit!
Classroom 2.0
School Matters (East TN, USA)
Media Literacy

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