“Learning is a process that leads to change, which occurs as a result of experience and increases the potential for improved performance and future learning”(Ambrose et al, p. 3; adapted from Mayer, 2002)
At eDevLaw we are changing the way people see education and learning. We design and structure micro-courses, organize content, and provide a learning space that makes learning efficient and effective. Our courses are targeted, relevant and productive. We utilize new innovative tools and techniques proven to enhance learning that promotes the transfer of knowledge. We provide relevant information and knowledge that can be applied in the real world. eDevLaw is not another consulting firm, rather our enthusiasm for learning and understanding of how learners develop mastery drives our ability to help legal organizations increase the bottom line.
eDevLaw Leadership Team
Hope Kentnor MSLA, PhD
Hope Kentnor, the founder of eDevLaw, is a visionary in online learning. She has designed and developed online courses, developed curricula in a variety of specialties, served as a faculty member of The University of Denver Sturm College of Law, and trained faculty and administrators in online learning. She has worked with several universities, institutions, and non-profits such as USAID, Texas A&M School of Law, University of Maryland School of Law, The University of Denver and University of Kiev. She holds a Doctorate in Online Curriculum and Instruction and a Master’s degree in Law Practice Management-Administration, which gives her the foresight to build the most effective courses to maximize learning. Hope and the eDevLaw team create fully customized professional development and continuing education solutions for all of their clients and trains faculty and professionals alike in implementing these solutions.
Jessica ‘Jessie’ McGraw, Vice President of Creative Learning, has over 15 years of experience, both in the classroom and online learning environments. She has consistently raised her students grades and standardized test scores with her expertise in course development and a personal understanding of how people learn best. Her teaching experience is a crucial asset to eDevLaw in translating classroom content into effective online courses.
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