TCALL Personnel - Kathryn (Katie) Snow

Katie Snow

Kathryn (Katie) Snow,
PD Portal Coordinator 

Phone: 979-847-7318
E-mail: ksnow@tamu.edu

Qualifications

  • Master of Education in Health Education, Curriculum & Instruction, Texas State University – San Marcos 
  • Bachelor of Science in Community Health, Texas A&M University – College Station 
  • Teacher Certification Program, Austin Community College
  • Texas Examinations of Educator Standards: Science (4-8 grades), Health (Early Childhood-12 grades), Generalist (Early Childhood-6 grades), English as Second Language (ESL) Supplement 
  • Quality Matters training: Designing Your Online Course, Improving Your Online Course, Applying the Quality Matters Rubric, Peer Reviewer Course, and Continued Professional Education Reviewer Course 
  • Articulate Storyline Fundamentals and Articulate Storyline Next Level Design training

Experience

  • TCALL Learning Support Specialist II since 2018 
  • Adjunct Instructor of Health Education face-to-face and online course for future teachers, Texas State University, 8 years and 6 months 
  • Teacher – 5th Grade, College Station ISD, 5 years and 2 months 
  • Science Department Chair, College Station ISD, 1 year and 5 months 
  • Teacher – 7th grade and 8th grade, Pflugerville ISD, 4 years 
  • Cancer Specialist with National Cancer Information Center, American Cancer Society, 1 year and 4 months

Current Duties/Roles with TRAIN PD at TCALL

  • Responds to user inquiries regarding PD Portal accounts and offerings 
  • Coordinates PD Portal communications and marketing initiatives 
  • Helps with instructional design of online courses and instructor-led trainings within the PD Portal 
  • Develops and updates training materials for the PD Portal 
  • Works on project timelines for online course projects 
  • Supports evaluation manager in evaluating current available training and recommends course improvements 
  • Assists in the maintenance of program records and databases 
  • Compiles and analyzes statistics for Texas Workforce Commission providers 
  • Develops training sessions about the PD Portal and facilitates at various statewide conferences and local programs 
  • Manages the post-production process of live webinars 
  • Assists in preparing budgetary needs for the PD Portal 
  • Provides PD Portal professional development support and resources to volunteer and community based local adult education and literacy providers statewide