Curriculum Development and Narration

Dr. Johnson’s Curriculum development process brings together diversity cognizant content and universal design principles via the application of multiple modalities. This is done through application of an array of learning styles.

She has shared her strategies through academic symposia workshops, including those hosted by the WASC Senior College and University Commission Academic Resource Conference, in addition to virtual training sessions.

Strategies including those featured via the J.E.D.I. Competent Curriculum Review & Support Process, have been employed in both synchronous and asynchronous settings. Students and instructors have utilized her development strategies in undergraduate, graduate and doctoral settings; in addition to implementation for Professional Development.

Curriculum development concentrations include:

Justice, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion –

  • J.E.D.I. for leadership
  • Community based equity
  • Health Equity and partnership
  • Inclusive education standards and practices

Competency Based Education

  • Leadership
    • Capstone
    • Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
    • Ethics
    • Organizational Leadership Theory
  • Business
    • Marketing
    • Advertising
    • Brand Awareness

Organizational Leadership

  • Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
  • Ethics
  • Leadership Theory
  • Leadership Skills Development

Curriculum driven narration (samples):

Graciously referred to as “The Voice” by her peers, Dr. Johnson has lent her voice to, and has co-developed an array of, audio/visual instructional tools, used to aide in student learning; samples of which are included here:

Situational Leadership Theory
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The Great Man Theory & Trait Theory
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Leader Member Exchange Theory
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Social Science, Media & Culture: Considering the Connections and Media Literacy
Collaboration with Dr. Sheila Lakshmi Steinberg
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Welcome to PSYU 355: Media Psychology
Collaboration with Dr. Ellen Derwin
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