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Annalee Lamoreaux  |  Interests  |  Scholarship  |  Service  

Education:

  • Ph.D. in Education, Higher Education, Walden University
  • B.A. in Psychology (High Honors) University of California, Santa Barbara
  • Ed.M. in Counseling and Human Services Boston University

Professional Experience:

  • ACE Evaluator - American Council on Education (2011 - Present)
    As a member of a team of faculty evaluators for the College Credit Recommendation Service of ACE, I review and make credit equivalency recommendations for courses offered by organizations, at the request of those organizations.
  • Immunity-to-Change Facilitator's Workshop - Minds at Work, Cambridge MA (April 20, 2010 - April 23, 2010)
    Immunity-to-Change is a process, based on adult developmental theory, that helps individuals, work teams, and organizations make personal and collective changes that are most important to them, but which have proven resistant to their plans and intentions.

Presentations:

Selected Presentations

  • Learning with the Adult Brain in Mind. Lamoreaux, Annalee and Taylor, Kathleen (invited, primary presenter, other-interactive workshop)
    CAEA Adult Learning Innovation Institute

    Center to Advance Education for Adults, DePaul University School for New Learning; presented and facilitated a 2.5 day workshop for educators of adult students
    (October 2013)
  • Prior Learning Assessment 101. Lamoreaux, Annalee and Booth, Melanie (invited, other-Workshop)
    WASC Academic Resource Conference
    (April 2013)
  • "Mentoring with the Adult Brain in Mind" Faculty Development Workshop. Lamoreaux, Annalee and Taylor, Kathleen (invited)
    DePaul University School for New Learning, Chicago
    Faculty Development Workshop
    (December 2012)
  • Learning: It�s a Brain-Changer. Lamoreaux, Annalee and Taylor, Kathleen (invited)
    Australian Institute of Company Directors, Sydney & Melbourne
    (February 2012)
  • Changing the Adult Brain. Lamoreaux, Annalee and Taylor, Kathleen (invited)
    International Academy of Collaborative Professionals
    (November 2011)
  • Prior Learning Assessment, Transformative Learning, and Developmental Growth. Lamoreaux, Annalee and Taylor, Kathleen
    "Reframing Social Sustainability in a Multicultural World," 8th Annual International Transformative Learning Conference, Bermuda
    (November 2009)
  • Reflections on Prior Learning Assessment: Is the revolution still a revolution?. Lamoreaux, Annalee, Booth, Melanie and Stevens, Cynthia
    "Engaging Communities & Enlivening Practice," 29th Annual Conference of the Adult Higher Education Alliance, Chicago
    (October 2009)
  • New Directions in Adult Learning Theory. Lamoreaux, Annalee and Taylor, Kathleen (invited, panel or forum member)
    "Beyond Andragogy," the 50th Annual Adult Education Research Conference, Chicago
    (May 2009)
  • Expanding Ripples: the Impact of Learner Changes on Their Lives and Worlds. Lamoreaux, Annalee and McLaughlin, Barbara
    Adult Higher Education Alliance (AHEA)
    Interactive workshop
    (October 2008)
  • Teaching with the Adult Brain in Mind. Lamoreaux, Annalee and Taylor, Kathleen (invited)
    Learning and the Brain, MIT
    Interactive workshop
    (April 2008)
  • Experiential Learning, Change, and the Workplace. Lamoreaux, Annalee, Taylor, Kathleen and McLaughlin, Barbara
    Council for Adult and Experiential Learning (CAEL)
    Interactive workshop
    (November 2007)
  • Closing a 30-year-old Adult Undergraduate Program: Lessons for the Future. Lamoreaux, Annalee
    Adult Higher Education Alliance (AHEA)
    Interactive workshop
    (October 2007)
  • Brain-based Learning: Implications for Teaching. Lamoreaux, Annalee and Taylor, Kathleen
    Saint Mary's College of California Faculty Scholarship Forum
    Interactive workshoop
    (February 2007)
  • PLA: Fostering Change and Self-Directed Learning. Lamoreaux, Annalee, Booth, Melanie and Taylor, Kathleen
    Council for Adult and Experiential Learning (CAEL)
    Interactive workshop
    (November 2006)
  • Reflections from the Non-traditional Road to a Doctorate. Lamoreaux, Annalee and Booth, Melanie
    Adult Higher Education Alliance (AHEA)
    Interactive workshop
    (October 2006)
  • Experience, Reflection, and Leadership Development. Lamoreaux, Annalee and Taylor, Kathleen
    International Consortium on Experiential Learning (ICEL), Lancaster, U.K,
    Interactive workshop
    (July 2006)
  • Prior Learning Assessment as Transformative Learning. Lamoreaux, Annalee and Taylor, Kathleen
    Adult Higher Education Alliance (AHEA)
    Interactive workshop
    (October 2005)
  • Self-reflective Writing, Development, and Lifelong Learning. Lamoreaux, Annalee and Taylor, Kathleen
    Centre for Research in Lifelong Learning, Stirling, Scotland
    Interactive workshop
    (June 2005)
  • Feedback as Dialogue: Accelerating Learning through the Learning Process Paper. Lamoreaux, Annalee and Taylor, Kathleen
    Council for Adult and Experiential Learning (CAEL)
    Interactive workshop
    (November 2004)
  • Making Choices: Making Meaning. Lamoreaux, Annalee and Taylor, Kathleen
    National Society for Experiential Education (NSEE)/ International Consortium on Experiential Learning (ICEL)
    Interactive workshop
    (September 2004)
  • Self-reflective Writing, Reconstructive Learning, & Adult Development. Lamoreaux, Annalee, Taylor, Kathleen and Booth, Melanie
    Adult Education Research Conference (AERC)
    Interactive workshop
    (May 2004)
  • A Framework for Facilitative Faculty Feedback. Lamoreaux, Annalee, Taylor, Kathleen and Booth, Melanie
    Council for Adult and Experiential Learning (CAEL)
    Interactive workshop
    (November 2003)
  • Creating a Learning Community Among Online Instructors. Lamoreaux, Annalee and Proehl, Rebecca (talk, speech or lecture)
    AACIS
    (2002)

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Mailing Address

Saint Mary's College of California
1928 Saint Mary's Road
Moraga, CA 94575
(925) 631-4000
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