Ann Walenski is the Instructional Designer and Business Administration faculty member for CMN. Specifically, she values the cultural perspective of students, and uses a variety of methods to convey necessary knowledge and skills and develop student self-esteem in higher education at diverse institutional types. Additionally, she prepares students for developing the fundamental skills and knowledge necessary to be productive and successful administrators in indigenous communities and business organizations. Committed to research, promoting, perpetuating, and nurturing American Indian culture, and providing outreach workshops and community service, while also serving as a center for lifelong learning. Ann has over 20 years faculty experience with documented ability to plan, develop and facilitate curricula that will meet needs of varied ability and diverse learning styles, including traditional and on-line learning environments. Preparing students for careers and advanced studies in a multicultural world.
Ann believes in collaborating with faculty, staff, students, and alumni from every facet of College of Menominee Nation, as she credits each individual and discipline at CMN for uniquely contributing to the success of CMN students. Furthermore, she is a passionate and compassionate educator, committed to the CMN mission, “to provide opportunities in higher education to its students, infusing this education with American Indian culture, preparing students for careers and advanced studies in a multi-cultural world”. Ann’s highest honor comes in watching CMN students’ transform themselves through their college years and beyond.
online teaching, online learning, blended learning, effective practices, research, web 2.0, web-enhanced teaching and learning
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