Dina Johnson, MA, eLearning Design and Implementation, University of Colorado; BS Human Development and Family
Studies, Child Development Concentration, Colorado State University; Elementary Education Teaching Licensure, University of Northern
Ms. Johnson, Training Co-Director, Information Dissemination Director, and NIRS Coordinator, is an Instructor of Pediatrics. She supports the training program with curriculum updates and is a co-instructor for CLSC 6653/6654 Key Concepts in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities 1 & 2 and CLSC 6661/6662 Leadership Dialogues 1 & 2. Her degree in eLearning Development and Implementation (MA), included preparation in the principles of universal design. She is committed to ensuring that resources are available in multiple accessible formats and in a culturally competent manner. She was selected to represent JFK Partners at the 2016 Colorado Leadership Consortium on Developmental Disabilities led by the University of Delaware. Ms. Johnson is an enthusiastic instigator of educational collaboration and adoption of technological advances in teaching and learning. She actively scans and widely disseminates Association of University Centers on Disability (AUCD) network announcements and resources throughout JFK Partners and the community to promote awareness of the UCEDD network as a significant source of expertise. Ms. Johnson has more than 22 years of experience at JFK Partners, advising syllabus development and interactive class experiences, bringing expertise in adult learning principles and tele-training strategies. She manages JFK Partners' information system (including NIRS), tele-education/CE capabilities, and the JFK Partners website, listserv and social media.
University of Colorado
School of Medicine
13121 E. 17th Ave., C234
Aurora, CO 80045