Dr. Jeni Henrickson

Instructional Designer

Pronouns: She/her
Office location: Middlebury Institute for International Studies, Monterey - McGowan 213
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An experienced project manager, instructional designer, and creative director, I have expertise conceptualizing, leading, designing, and researching innovative education programs and learning experiences. My own experiences growing up abroad and working with schools worldwide have imbued me with a unique perspective as an instructional designer. I enjoy engaging diverse groups in transformational learning experiences, building learner confidence and community, and designing learning that is playful and visually engaging. I hold a special passion for the natural environment, geography/GIS, and international collaboration.

When not working, you’ll likely find me out on a trail somewhere at one of our beautiful state or national parks.

Areas of Expertise: equitable and engaging learning design; online, hybrid, and on-ground course and curriculum design; competency-based education; digital storytelling; project-based learning; experiential and field-based learning; mapping as a learning activity across disciplines; environmental education; Canvas; ESRI suite of tools, including ArcGIS Pro and Online, StoryMaps, Survey123; Adobe Creative Suite; WordPress; Pressbooks; Hypothesis, GoReact, H5P; video editing


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A cookbook of teaching strategies created in PressBooks.

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A WordPress website created to facilitate reciprocal relationships with community partners within the context of Middlebury classes and research programs. This website provides community partners the opportunity to share project needs and ideas, and for faculty to share details of courses and research programs looking to incorporate community-connected work.