The Rev'd Dr. Kevin Maney

Website of Fr. Kevin Maney

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Welcome to my website. I have designed it to help interested visitors learn a bit more about me. Since my professional portfolio in educational technology is quite extensive, I invite you to take some time and browse through both my vita and accompanying materials. Materials are for reference purposes only and may not be used in any other way without my consent. Email me with any questions or concerns you have. Thank you for taking the time to review my work.

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Curriculum Vitae

View the vita of Dr. J. Kevin Maney. Where applicable, links are provided to make resources available and to facilitate communications with references.

Professional Portfolio

  • View materials from EDT 240/EDT 440 which I taught as an assistant professor at Miami University. EDT 240 was a series of independent one semester hour courses designed to help preservice teachers develop skills in multimedia tools, productivity tools, and web design and development. In EDT 440, students applied knowledge and skills learned in EDT 240 and were required to plan, teach, and evaluate a 90 minute Unit of Practice that was multidisciplinary and used a problem- or project-based approach to teaching and learning.
NOTE: Forms do not work and due to disk space limitations, most QuickTime movies are unavailable.
  • View materials from EDT 443/543 which I taught as an assistant professor at Miami University. This 3 semester hour course combined elements from EDT 240/EDT 440. Preservice teachers acquired basic skills in productivity tools, hypermedia, multimedia, and Internet use and were required to plan, teach, and evaluate a 180 minute Unit of practice that was multidisciplinary and used a problem- or project-based approach to teaching and learning.
NOTE: Forms do not work and due to disk space limitations, most QuickTime movies are unavailable.
  • View materials from EDCI 505 which I teach as an adjunct professor at the Columbus branch campus of Ashland University. EDCI 505 mirrors my work in EDT 443/543 at Miami. Preservice teachers acquire basic skills in productivity tools, hypermedia, multimedia, and Internet use and are required to plan, teach, and evaluate a technology-enhanced 180 minute unit of instruction that is Ohio standards-based, multidisciplinary, and uses a problem- or project-based approach to teaching and learning.

  • View materials from EDCI 633 which I have taught as an adjunct professor at the Columbus branch campus of Ashland University. EDCI 633 is designed to provide future technology leaders in K12 with change leadership skills and tools that will help ensure the successful adoption and use of technology to support and enhance standards-based classrooms in K12 schools in Ohio.

What's Next?

  • Now that I am retired after 30 years of service in K-16 education, I look forward to my next journey as an ordained minister in the Anglican Tradition with CANA. On Saturday, February 9, 2008, I was ordained as a transitional deacon with CANA, the required step before becoming an Anglican priest. On Thursday, May 1, 2008, I was ordained as an Anglican priest in CANA and worked at St. Andrew's Anglican Church in Lewis Center, OH until December 2010, when I was let go due to budget constraints. Today I serve as rector for a new church plant, St. Augustine's Anglican Church. We are part of the Anglican Diocese of the Great Lakes, which is part of the Anglican Church in North America. We are housed at the NE Conference Center, 4140 Executive Parkway, Columbus, OH 43081. Come check us out any Sunday at 10:00am.

    I also have a blog that I hope to develop on a regular basis. There I will attempt to comment on issues that are vitally important to the Christian faith. Interested readers can also access my Spiritual Autobiography which is always a work in progress (get the PDF version here).

  • Watch a QuickTime movie of my first sermon delivered Sunday, August 13, 2006 at Mount Carmel West Hospital or read it here (a PDF version is here) and then tell me what you think (see my email address above).

  • Listen to my first sermon (MP3 file) delivered Sunday, December, 31, 2006 at St. Matthew's Anglican Church in Westerville, OH. If you want the condensed version, you can read it here or as a PDF file here.
NOTE: To watch the sermon you will need to have QuickTime installed on your computer. Since the size of the movie is 29.7 megabytes, I also recommend that you have a fast Internet connection.

Download QuickTime here (this is a free download)

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