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Tammy Madsen, EdD, MBA

Tammy Madsen, EdD, MBA

Faculty

Metropolitan Community College

Greater Omaha Area, us

Dynamic educator of business, education, technology, and professional development courses in traditional, blended and online delivery modalities. Proficient in Canvas, Blackboard, Moodle, and eCollege learning management systems to engage students, facilitate learning, encourage student success and develop meaningful curricul...

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Metropolitan Community College

Faculty

o Integrates workplace skills in information technology degree pathway program courses as co-instructor and developer.

o Facilitates Gallup StrengthsQuest and Bring Your A Game (Work Ethic Certification) curriculum and workshops.

o Lead faculty in supporting and mentoring adjunct faculty with course development and delivery to address diverse adult learning styles.

o Develops and maintains Workplace Skills courses including Employability Skills, Introduction to Microcomputer Technology, and Career and Learning Strategies in Blackboard LMS.

o Serves on Academic Council representing adjunct faculty in Workplace Skills.

o Active member of innovative education, technology in teaching and learning, iPad user group, and online career and college preparedness committees.

Midland University

Adjunct Professor

Instructs Master of Education hybrid course in Canvas online delivery modality:

o Diverse Learning Contexts explores the multi-faceted ways that diversity impacts educational practices. Students gain an understanding of the many ways that diversity intersects with adult learner needs in multicultural, multilingual, special needs, gifted and talented, at-risk, gendered, and socio-economic classrooms, communities, and organizations.

Tiffin University

Adjunct Faculty

Manages curriculum and instructs Master of Education course in Moodle online delivery modality:

o HR Management in Educational Organizations teaching organizational systems and activities that colleges and universities can use to create effective management of both faculty and staff employees. Course topics include information systems and management of employee information, strategic planning for organizational needs and productivity, human resources processes, legal regulation and unionism and collective bargaining.

Southeast Community College

Adjunct Instructor

Instructs Associate level course in Moodle online delivery modality:

o Introduction to Business engaging online learners in an introductory study and overview of the role of business in society as well as a discussion of the various disciplines of business including an overview of business organization, management, marketing, human resource management, and finance.

Clarkson College

Adjunct Instructor

Instructs Bachelor, Master, and Doctoral level courses in eCollege online delivery modality:

o Principles of Management engaging students in a practical understanding of organizational principles, techniques, practices and insight needed to manage in a health care setting.

o Basic Computer Applications building proficiency skills in the Microsoft Office software suite, including word processing, spreadsheet, and database creation and presentation software applications.

o Organizational Behavior developing an understanding of individual’s behavior and group dynamics contributing to the success of present and future health care managers. Topics covered are motivation, leadership, organizational politics, culture, sources, cultural issues, decision-making, uses of power, and diversity.

o Project Advisor for Master of Health Care Administration Capstone

o EDD/DNP Health Economics, Finance, and Entrepreneurship enabling learners to apply the tools of economics, finance and strategy to address challenges faced by healthcare providers. Topics include the role of economics, cost effectiveness, market analysis, and financial projecting. Case studies and current events are integrated throughout to encourage discussions about healthcare economics and finance. The culminating project for the class is the development of a business plan for a new healthcare educational program/initiative.

Iowa Western Community College

Adjunct Instructor

Instructs Computer Application Certificate courses in traditional and Labyrinth Learning enhanced delivery modalities:

o Windows 7
o MS Office 2013

Created and instructs You’re Hired Employment Series© professional development courses

Bellevue University

Adjunct Instructor

Instructs Bachelor level campus courses for the College of Business in traditional and Blackboard enhanced delivery modalities:

o Organizational Behavior applying diverse conceptual and theoretical perspectives to the analysis and control of behavior in organizations and studying problems related to perception, motivation, leadership, cultural diversity, interpersonal and group conflict, stress, influence, decision-making, work family balance, ethics, international management issues, and change.

o Communication in the Enterprise teaching practical application of communication within the business enterprise with emphasis on how to write, speak, and act in the enterprise, including an introduction to professional presentations.

Metropolitan Community College - Omaha

Adjunct Instructor

Instructs Associate level campus courses in traditional and web-enhanced delivery modalities:

o Introduction to Microcomputer Fundamentals introducing students to computer-based technologies including Blackboard LMS, Internet, Windows 7, and Microsoft Word 2010.

o Employability Skills developing students to enhance their interpersonal skills, improve their ability to work in teams, learn to communicate effectively, think creatively, use problem-solving techniques, and explore competitive job-seeking strategies.

o Interpersonal Communication Skills for the Workplace introducing students to the basic concepts of interpersonal communication and enhancing their ability to use effective interpersonal communication skills, demonstrate effective verbal and nonverbal communication, and use of appropriate communication in a variety of business settings.

o Contributing faculty member in Goodwill Industries Customer Connect program. Training individuals for employment as customer service representatives while earning college credit towards a Customer Service Diploma.

o Team teaching test taking strategies, career preparation, and goal setting in the GED Fast Track program to prepare individuals in obtaining a GED and career exploration upon completion.