Meet Jessie McKeon!
Jessie McKeon is a creative, innovative instructional designer. She focuses on finding ways to incorporate real life solutions in manageable steps. Through a virtual hands-on approach (you read that right!), Jessie can help learners of all ages and abilities discover balance and brilliance through mindfulness, hard work, and encouragement!
Let's Learn Together!
From Storytime to Workshops, Jessie's focus on experiential and learner-led education shines in her online courses and Raggedy Auntie Reads video casts. Click below for more information!
I have chosen to list my K-12 classes on Outschool to take advantage of their secure, inclusive learning platform. Enroll today in a club, class, or trial!
Join me for an all-ability inclusive Storytime every Wednesday... and so much more!
Coming soon - workshops for life skills and literacy that the whole family can enjoy!
What I Believe
Learning. Experiencing. Leading.
I believe in treating all learners with respect in celebration of our unique human diversity. Everyone deserves a chance to learn, to grow, and to make their own space in the world. No one is beyond learning, everyone can be a leader, and we must learn from differences, not fear them.
I believe in hands-on experiences and whole-person education – immersive learning leads to better retention and synthesis.
I believe in fairness in education and in my relationship with with my students.
I believe that I can be wrong and my students can be right, and I believe in respectful conversations about these differences.
I believe in assessing learning needs, setting clear goals, and accurately measuring outcomes of student-centered, constructivist learning. My students are responsible for their own learning with the guidance of myself and others.
I believe in the influence that our passions have on the work that we do, and I believe that learning should be a cooperative effort through those passions (and despite them).
I believe in taking breaks for mental health, clarification, and for laughter and rest. Whatever the reason, any learner should feel comfortable asking for a break for themselves or for the group.
Above all, I believe that one never stops learning, growing, and developing skills, philosophies, and leadership qualities.