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ABOUT

PERSONAL DETAILS
Fredericton, New Brunswick
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hainesk@mac.com
Hello. I am a Programmer , I am passionate about programming and coding Welcome to my Personal and Academic profile Available as freelance

BIO

ABOUT ME

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HOBBIES

INTERESTS

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RESUME

EDUCATION
  • 2014
    2018
    FREDERICTON, NB

    MASTERS OF EDUCATION (ADULT EDUCATION)

    UNIVERSITY OF NEW BRUNSWICK

  • 2010
    2014
    KAMLOOPS, BC

    GRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN ONLINE TEACHING AND LEARNING

    THOMPSON RIVERS UNIVERSITY

  • 2004
    2007
    FREDERICTON, NB

    BACHELOR OF EDUCATION

    UNIVERSITY OF NEW BRUNSWICK

    Business, Information Technology, Career Guidance, and ESL
  • 2003
    2007
    FREDERICTON, NB

    BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

    UNIVERSITY OF NEW BRUNSWICK

    Marketing (Honours)
  • 1999
    2003
    FREDERICTON, NB

    BACHELOR OF ARTS

    UNIVERSITY OF NEW BRUNSWICK

    French (Major), Philosophy (Minor)
ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS
  • 01/2017
    04/2017
    FREDERICTON, NB

    GRADUATE STUDENT TEACHING ASSISTANT

    FACULTY OF EDUCATION | UNIVERSITY OF NEW BRUNSWICK

    Aided in the development of teaching materials, visual aids, supplementary notes for course D2L site; Assisted in leading weekly online discussion sections; Created technology-based learning materials for weekly modules; Evaluated and graded examinations, assignments, or papers and recorded grades; Returned assignments to students in accordance with established deadlines; Assisted students with using library catalogue and journal databases for research purposes; Mentored faculty on the use of instructional technologies, including computer-based training, desktop videoconferencing, multimedia, and distance learning technologies.
  • 09/2016
    12/2016
    SAN FRANSICO

    GRADUATE STUDENT TEACHING ASSISTANT

    FACULTY OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION | UNIVERSITY OF NEW BRUNSWICK

    Assisted instructing course on data visualization and infographic design; Lead and assisted in teaching course blocks and content; Developed teaching materials, visual aids, instructional activities, supplementary notes and library resources for course D2L site; Maintained course D2L site; Scheduled and maintained office hours to meet with students to discuss course assignments, projects, use of Tableau; Mentored students on the use of Tableau, Excel, and other tools (Illustrator, InDesign, Powerpoint) for the creation of infographics and data analysis; maintained list of online infographic design resources; Assisted in designing promotional materials and promotion of Data Visualization Challenge through social media channels.
  • 05/2016
    06/2016
    FREDERICTON, NB

    GRADUATE STUDENT TEACHING ASSISTANT

    FACULTY OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION | UNIVERSITY OF NEW BRUNSWICK

    Assisted instructing course on data visualization and infographic design; Lead and assisted in teaching course blocks and content; Developed teaching materials, visual aids, instructional activities, supplementary notes and library resources for course D2L site; Maintained course D2L site; Scheduled and maintained office hours to meet with students to discuss course assignments, projects, use of Tableau; Mentored students on the use of Tableau, Excel, and other tools (Illustrator, InDesign, Powerpoint) for the creation of infographics and data analysis; maintained list of online infographic design resources; Assisted in designing promotional materials and promotion of Data Visualization Challenge through social media channels.
HONORS AND AWARDS
  • 2017
    2018
    FREDERICTON, NB

    DIETZE-TURNER AWARD IN ADULT EDUCATION

    UNIVERSITY OF NEW BRUNSWICK

    Award for academic excellence in the field of adult education.
  • 2016
    2017
    FREDERICTON, NB

    DIETZE-TURNER AWARD IN ADULT EDUCATION

    UNIVERSITY OF NEW BRUNSWICK

    Award for academic excellence in the field of adult education.
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PUBLICATIONS

PUBLICATIONS LIST
26 Oct 2018

BOLD Moves from Three Perspectives: The UNB Faculty of Education Experience

QUÉBEC CITY - CANADA

Research panel discussion presented at COHERE: Canada's Collaboration for Online Higher Education Research Conference 2018, Université Laval, Québec City, Québec, October 25-26 2018.

Conference Presentation Rose, E., Benjamin, A. and Haines, K

BOLD Moves from Three Perspectives: The UNB Faculty of Education Experience

Rose, E., Benjamin, A. and Haines, K
Conference Presentation
About The Publication
Rose, E., Benjamin, A. and Haines, K. (2018). BOLD Moves from Three Perspectives: The UNB Faculty of Education Experience. COHERE: Canada’s Collaboration for Online Higher Education Research Conference 2018, Université Laval, Québec City, Québec, October 25-26 2018.
13 Oct 2018

Transitioning to Adulthood on Precarious Time

HALIFAX - CANADA

Conference paper presentation at the 2018 Atlantic Regional Adult Education Conference of the Canadian Association for the Study of Adult Education CASAE conference held at Mount Saint Vincent University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, October 12-13, 2018.

Conference Presentation Benjamin, A. and Haines, K

Transitioning to Adulthood on Precarious Time

Benjamin, A. and Haines, K
Conference Presentation
About The Publication
Benjamin, A. and Haines, K. (2018). Transitioning to Adulthood on Precarious Time. 2018 Atlantic Regional Adult Education Conference of the Canadian Association for the Study of Adult Education CASAE conference, Mount Saint Vincent University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, October 12-13, 2017.
27 Oct 2017

Entrepreneurship as a Labour Market Strategy in New Brunswick

ANTIGONISH - CANADA

Conference presentation of research paper at the 2017 Atlantic Regional Adult Education Conference of the Canadian Association for the Study of Adult Education CASAE conference, St. Francis Xavier University, Antigonish, Nova Scotia, October 27-29, 2017.

Conference PresentationConference Proceeding Selected Benjamin, A., Crymble, S.B. and Haines, K

Entrepreneurship as a Labour Market Strategy in New Brunswick

Benjamin, A., Crymble, S.B. and Haines, K
Conference PresentationConference Proceeding Selected
About The Publication
Benjamin, A., Crymble, S.B. and Haines, K. (2017). Entrepreneurship as a Labour Market Strategy in New Brunswick. 2017 Atlantic Regional Adult Education Conference of the Canadian Association for the Study of Adult Education CASAE conference, St. Francis Xavier University, Antigonish, Nova Scotia, October 27-29, 2017
14 Oct 2016

Mixing Bricks and Clicks: Community Development in Distance Education

FREDERICTON - CANADA

Research project presentation at the 2016 Atlantic Regional Adult Education Conference of the Canadian Association for the Study of Adult Education CASAE conference, held at the University of New Brunswick, Fredericton, New Brunswick, October 14-16, 2016.

Conference Presentation Haines, K.

Mixing Bricks and Clicks: Community Development in Distance Education

Haines, K.
Conference Presentation
About The Publication
Haines, K. (2016). Mixing Bricks and Clicks: Community Development in Distance Education. 2016 Atlantic Regional Adult Education Conference of the Canadian Association for the Study of Adult Education CASAE conference, held at the University of New Brunswick, Fredericton, New Brunswick, October 14-16, 2016.
29 May 2016

The New Millennial Dream: The Changing Discourse on Education and Employment Found in New Brunswick’s Push for Innovation and Entrepreneurship

CALGARY - CANADA

Presentation of research paper at the 35th Conference of the Canadian Association for the Study of Adult Education (CASAE)/ Association canadienne pour l’étude de l’éducation des adultes (ACÉÉA) Annual Conference held at the University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta, May 29-31, 2016.

Conference PresentationConference Proceeding Selected Haines, K. and Benjamin, A.

The New Millennial Dream: The Changing Discourse on Education and Employment Found in New Brunswick’s Push for Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Haines, K. and Benjamin, A.
Conference PresentationConference Proceeding Selected
About The Publication
Haines, K. and Benjamin, A. (2016). The New Millennial Dream: The Changing Discourse on Education and Employment Found in New Brunswick’s Push for Innovation and Entrepreneurship. 35th Conference of the Canadian Association for the Study of Adult Education (CASAE)/ Association canadienne pour l’étude de l’éducation des adultes (ACÉÉA) Annual Conference held at the University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta, May 29-31, 2016.
16 Oct 2015

Moving in and out of adulthood: Transitions and detours in the literature of adolescence / adult development

VANCOUVER - CANADA

Conference presentation of research at the 2015 Atlantic Regional Adult Education Conference of the Canadian Association for the Study of Adult Education CASAE conference held at Mount Saint Vincent University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, October 16-17, 2015.

Conference Presentation Haines, K. and Benjamin, A.

Moving in and out of adulthood: Transitions and detours in the literature of adolescence / adult development

Haines, K. and Benjamin, A.
Conference Presentation
About The Publication
Haines, K. and Benjamin, A. (2015). Moving in and out of adulthood: Transitions and detours in the literature of adolescence / adult development. 2015 Atlantic Regional Adult Education Conference of the Canadian Association for the Study of Adult Education CASAE conference held at Mount Saint Vincent University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, October 16-17, 2015.
09 Jun 2015

Transitions to adulthood: What do we know, what do we need to know?

MONTREAL - CANADA

Conference presentation and proceedings presented at the 34th Conference of the Canadian Association for the Study of Adult Education (CASAE) / Association Canadienne pour l’étude de l’education des adultes ACÉÉA) Annual Conference held at the Université de Montréal, Montréal, Québec, June 9-11, 2015.

Conference PresentationConference Proceeding Selected Benjamin, A. and Haines, K.

Transitions to adulthood: What do we know, what do we need to know?

Benjamin, A. and Haines, K.
Conference PresentationConference Proceeding Selected
About The Publication
Benjamin, A. and Haines, K. (2015). Transitions to adulthood: What do we know, what do we need to know? 34th Conference of the Canadian Association for the Study of Adult Education (CASAE) / Association Canadienne pour l’étude de l’education des adultes ACÉÉA) Annual Conference held at the Université de Montréal, Montréal, Québec, June 9-11, 2015.
04 Dec 2018

Blended Online Learning Design (BOLD): Benefits, Challenges, Directions

FREDERICTON - CANADA

Poster presentation of Teaching and Learning Priority Fund research grant at the Kaleidoscope Teaching Showcase 2018, University of New Brunswick, December 4, 2018.

Poster Presentation Rose, E., Benjamin, A. and Haines, K.

Blended Online Learning Design (BOLD): Benefits, Challenges, Directions

Rose, E., Benjamin, A. and Haines, K.
Poster Presentation
About The Publication
Rose, E., Benjamin, A. and Haines, K. (2018). Blended Online Learning Design (BOLD): Benefits, Challenges, Directions. Poster presentation as part of the Teaching and Learning Priority Fund. Kaleidoscope Teaching Showcase 2018, University of New Brunswick, December 4, 2018.
07 Dec 2017

Connection Lost: The Highs and Lows of Distance Learning Technologies

FREDERICTON - CANADA

Poster presentation of Teaching and Learning Priority Fund research at the Kaleidoscope Teaching Showcase 2017, University of New Brunswick, December 7, 2017.

Poster Presentation Benjamin, A. and Haines, K.

Connection Lost: The Highs and Lows of Distance Learning Technologies

Benjamin, A. and Haines, K.
Poster Presentation
About The Publication
Benjamin, A. and Haines, K. (2017). Connection Lost: The Highs and Lows of Distance Learning Technologies. Poster presentation as part of the Teaching and Learning Priority Fund. Kaleidoscope Teaching Showcase 2017, University of New Brunswick, December 7, 2017.
20 Nov 2019

Exploring the past to speak to the present: Workers’ education and the WEA in Canada

Chapter in upcoming book anthology.

Book ChaptersForthcoming Benjamin, A. and Haines, K.

Exploring the past to speak to the present: Workers’ education and the WEA in Canada

Benjamin, A. and Haines, K.
Book ChaptersForthcoming
About The Publication
Benjamin, A. & Haines, K. (Forthcoming). Exploring the past to speak to the present: Workers’ education and the WEA in Canada. In S. Brigham, R.McGray & K. Jubas (Eds.). Adult Education in Canada. CASAE Publication
20 Nov 2019

Trying to make the ground more fertile: The push for entrepreneurship within the Province of New Brunswick

Journal article currently under review.

ForthcomingJournal Paper Benjamin, A., Crymble, S. & Haines, K

Trying to make the ground more fertile: The push for entrepreneurship within the Province of New Brunswick

Benjamin, A., Crymble, S. & Haines, K
ForthcomingJournal Paper
About The Publication
Benjamin, A., Crymble, S. & Haines, K. (Under review). Trying to make the ground more fertile: The push for entrepreneurship within the Province of New Brunswick. Alberta Journal of Educational Research.
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TEACHING

TEACHING EXPERIENCE: POST SECONDARY
  • 09/2019
    12/2019
    FREDERICTON, NB

    CONTRACT ACADEMIC INSTRUCTOR

    FACULTY OF EDUCATION | UNIVERSITY OF NEW BRUNSWICK

    Contract academic instructor for ED 3024: Understanding the Adult Learner.
  • 09/2019
    12/2019
    FREDERICTON, NB

    CONTRACT ACADEMIC INSTRUCTOR

    FACULTY OF EDUCATION | UNIVERSITY OF NEW BRUNSWICK

    Contract academic instructor for ED 6153: Adult Development.
  • 01/2019
    04/2019
    FREDERICTON, NB

    CONTRACT ACADEMIC INSTRUCTOR

    FACULTY OF EDUCATION | UNIVERSITY OF NEW BRUNSWICK

    Contract academic instructor for ED 4113: Introduction to Distance Learning in Adult Education.
  • 01/2018
    04/2018
    FREDERICTON, NB

    CONTRACT ACADEMIC INSTRUCTOR

    FACULTY OF EDUCATION | UNIVERSITY OF NEW BRUNSWICK

    Contract academic instructor for ED 4113: Introduction to Distance Learning in Adult Education.
  • 09/2017
    12/2017
    FREDERICTON, NB

    CONTRACT ACADEMIC INSTRUCTOR

    FACULTY OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION | UNIVERSITY OF NEW BRUNSWICK

    Contract academic instructor for MBA 6193: Data Visualization and Infographics
TEACHING EXPERIENCE: K-12
  • 11/2016
    01/2017
    FREDERICTON, NB

    SKILLED TRADES AND TECHNOLOGY TEACHER

    LEO HAYES HIGH SCHOOL - ANGLOPHONE SCHOOL DISTRICT WEST

    Planned and facilitated a variety of skilled trades and technology courses (BBT9, CS 110, CS120, Advanced Keyboarding 120); Designed and delivered educational sessions in online formats; Planned interactive hands-on learning activities; Designed teaching materials, visual aids, and supplementary notes; Evaluated and graded examinations, assignments, and papers.
  • 08/2016
    NOW
    FREDERICTON, NB

    SUPPLY TEACHER

    ANGLOPHONE SCHOOL DISTRICT WEST

    K-12 supply teacher.
  • 09/2009
    06/2013
    ROSS RIVER, YT

    TEACHER GRADES 5/6; KINDERGARTEN

    ROSS RIVER SCHOOL - YUKON EDUCATION

    Instructed all grade 5/6 curricular subjects; Pre-Kindergarten / Kindergarten (March 2012 – June 2012); ICT, Technology and Mathematics lead / mentor; Professional Development Representative; Union Representative.
  • 08/2017
    06/2009
    ARCTIC BAY, NU

    SPECIALIST TEACHER

    INUUJUAQ SCHOOL - QIKIQTANI SCHOOL OPERATIONS

    K-4 English as a Second Language; High School Career and Technology Studies (Media, Information; Technology and Business Streams); English 10-3/4; IC T Lead and technology mentor; Professional Developent and Union Representative.
TEACHING RELATED EXPERIENCE
  • 03/2018
    NOW
    FREDERICTON, NB

    PROGRAM SPECIALIST

    BRILLIANT LABS

    Mentor k-12 and pre-service teachers in the integration of creativity, innovation, coding, and an entrepreneurial spirit within classrooms and educational curricula in classroom wide and small group projects; Facilitate professional development opportunities for teachers within Anglophone School District West and Three Nations Educational Group; Mentor school leaders in creating a learning environment which encourages MakerEd; Prepare materials and support teachers in developing lesson plans for school makerspace projects; Coordinate and organize summer programming across New Brunswick; Support summer staff in delivering community activities and initiatives which aim to help youth foster an innovative and entrepreneurial spirit.
  • 01/2013
    07/2016
    FREDERICTON, NB

    MEDIA LAB SUPERVISOR

    CENTRE FOR ENHANCED TEACHING AND LEARNING - UNIVERSITY OF NEW BRUNSWICK

    Provided instructional technology mentoring and support to faculty, staff and students; Mentored faculty on best practices in implementing instructional technology for teaching and learning; Consulted in the development of digital instructional resources (digital course content, handouts, posters...) for faculty; Facilitated workshops and professional development for faculty and pre- service teachers demonstrating ways to integrate instructional technology; Maintained and operated a media computer centre and instructional laboratory; Managed the financial budget of the lab (30,000$ per fiscal year); prepared weekly and monthly cash-flow reports; negotiated software and hardware contracts with vendors; developed yearly internal funding grant applications.
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TEACHING

MY TEACHING EXPERIENCE
k-12Teaching

INUUJAQ SCHOOL – ARCTIC BAY, NU

INUUJAQ SCHOOL – ARCTIC BAY, NU

About The Project
Arctic Bay is located on the northern tip of Baffin Island in Nunavut and is the third most northernly community in Canada. From August 2007 to June 2009 I taught k-4 ESL, grade 10 English and high school Media Studies at Inuujaq School. During my time at Inuujaq school I developed several self-contained and self-paced CTS courses for students, primarily in the COMM stream (Audio/Video 1, Photography, Animation, Photography: Digital Processing and Keyboarding). Students were able to work through the modules on their own throughout the term and had to complete at least three of the modules during the course of the year.
k-12Teaching

ROSS RIVER SCHOOL – ROSS RIVER, YT

ROSS RIVER SCHOOL – ROSS RIVER, YT

About The Project
Ross River is a small Kaska Dene First Nations Community in Yukon located 410 km North-East of Whitehorse. Ross River School is a k-10 school with a student population of 70 students. All classes are taught in English and students attend daily Kaska language and culture classes. From September 2009 to June 2013 I taught a split grade 5/6 class at Ross River School, in Ross River, Yukon. During this teaching assignment I:
  • Provided daily delivery of instruction and evaluation of grade 5/6 areas of study (English, Mathematics, Social Studies, Science, Health and Personal Development, Physical Education, Music Developed and edited instructional materials, such as books, experiments, lesson plans, and tests to meet learner needs.
  • Planed and conducted activities for a balanced program of instruction, demonstration, and work time that provided students with opportunities to observe, question, and investigate.
  • Integrated instructional technology (Promethian Board, SMART Board, Wow!Board, Web 2.0, digital storytelling, animation, video production, gamification, augmented reality and mobile learning) cross-curricular to promote and support active-learning.
  • In association with learning specialists assessed educational needs of students for the development of individualized learning plans.
  • Adapted instructional content or delivery methods for different levels or types of learners.
  • Modified teaching methods and materials to accommodate student needs.
  • Observed and evaluated students’ academic performance, behavior, social development, and physical health.
  • Maintained accurate, complete, and correct student records as required by laws, district policies, and administrative regulations.
  • Met and corresponded with parents or guardians to discuss children’s progress and to determine priorities and resource needs.
  • Provided technical advice on the use of current instructional technologies, including computer-based training, desktop videoconferencing, multimedia, and distance learning technologies.
  • Managed and maintained all classroom computers, 20 seat instructional lab, and 8 seat iPad lab as ICT lead. Attended a variety of training sessions on literacy and mathematics education to develop and maintain professional knowledge.
  • As the main grade 5/6 teacher, I was responsible for the day to day instruction, adaptation and modification of curriculum content to meet the varying educational needs of the students in my classroom. This often required creating differentiated projects for students to choose from where they could engage in hands-on learning activities that allowed students to observe, question, and investigate phenomena.
Incorporating Technology in the Classroom As an educational technology specialist, I incorporated a variety of technological tools that enhanced the learning environment and experiences of my students. I employed a variety of Web 2.0 tools such as Wordle,Gloster,bubbl and Ed Canvas, mobile iPad based tools such as Voice recording software, Dragon Dictate, ,as well as traditional computer based tools such as Power Point, Comic Life, KidSpiration, Inspiration, and iMovie to allow my students to visually display their understanding and comprehension of materials. Often when introducing new topics to students, lessons began with short video(s) (Youtube, BrainPop or GoAnimate) to spark interest and discussion amongst the class. In my last two years of teaching at Ross River, I incorporated the use of an interactive whiteboard (Now!Board) as well as the ActivSlate into my daily teaching to add an additional layer of interactivity. Students were able to control and manipulate objects on the whiteboard (ie: write answers, move objects around, manipulate maps..) and interact with the computer at the same time. The overall reaction of my students was positive and they highly enjoyed the added layer of interactivity. Incorporating STEAM in the Classroom During my last year at Ross River School I incorporated weekly coding / maker sessions into my classroom schedule on Wednesday afternoons. During this time my class participated in a variety of STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics) related activities through the Destination Imagination program, sponsored by Yukon Education.
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SUPPLY TEACHING

SUPPLY TEACHING

About The Project
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GRADUATE STUDENT TEACHING ASSISTANT

GRADUATE STUDENT TEACHING ASSISTANT

About The Project
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BRILLIANT LABS – NEW BRUNSWICK

BRILLIANT LABS – NEW BRUNSWICK

About The Project
In March 2018 I joined Brilliant Labs | Labos Créatifs as a Program Specialist. In this position, my role aims to help youth foster an innovative and entrepreneurial spirit throughout Fredericton High School and nearby schools by helping them develop coding and computational skills, and an innovative and entrepreneurial spirit. Currently I support Fredericton High School teachers in their integration of hands on STEAM experiential learning projects at Fredericton High School through their Innovation Lab (Makerspace).
POST SECONDARY

CONTRACT ACADEMIC INSTRUCTOR – UNIVERSITY OF NEW BRUNSWICK

CONTRACT ACADEMIC INSTRUCTOR – UNIVERSITY OF NEW BRUNSWICK

About The Project
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LEVEL : INTERMEDIATE EXPERIENCE : 3 YEARS
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LEVEL : INTERMEDIATE EXPERIENCE : 4 YEARS
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LEVEL : ADVANCED EXPERIENCE : 5 YEARS
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