My name is Lisa Fern Mozer. I develop and facilitate virtual and blended science course content (for commercial online examples click), My practice in science pedagogy is a combination of application and research. From 2003 to 2019 I held two key consecutive positions with DeKalb county public schools. I served as science department chair for a unique English language acquisition program, and at Fernbank Science Center in the Physical Science Department I served as the only Instructional Specialist for meteorology. My academic contributions centered on eLearning, Earth Systems (Meteorology), Physical Science, and early sheltered science education.
Doctorate in Education, for Instructional Technology, I am an alumna of Kennesaw State University. My digital media skills, fundraising/grant-writing abilities, along with my science pedagogy background make me an excellent candidate for STEM advocacy.
The portfolio content provided here includes my graduate study program examples for Instructional Technology standards and the ISTE NETS-C (see Standards link). My upstart not-for-profit projects include an animation ("Little Lisa & Dog Jetta" a reflection of my classroom practices), and digital media. Project links provided include TeacherTalk, a podcast available on iTunes, and professional development courses. For information on my published content items and my research on learning outcomes & assessments, click on Resume on the menu bar, or connect with me on social media at:
An animation STEM advocacy project