Los Angeles, CA June 29, 2012
Crystal Jensen, founder of Integrity Technologies, Inc., and doctoral student in the Graduate School of Education and Psychology at Pepperdine University in West Los Angeles, CA, was named a Pi Lambda Theta “Stand Out in the Crowd” in their April-May 2012 issue of Educational Horizons Magazine.
Pi Lambda Theta is the most selective national honor society of educators, with a minimum 3.5 cumulative G.P.A as their primary membership requirement. The purpose of Pi Lambda Theta is to honor the accomplishments of exemplary educators and support the continuing development of knowledge and skills aimed at providing leadership for colleagues and enhanced learning for students.
Ms. Jensen was chosen for this honor based on both her professional and scholarly efforts. PLT highlighted her teaching and technology coordinating efforts as a K-12+ educator for many “at-risk” students in rural and urban school districts. Her scholarly research in utilizing information and communication technologies (ICTs) to support Native America/U.S Indigenous Peoples’ cultural preservation and revitalization was also a focus of the article.
To learn more about Pi Lambda Theta, please visit their website at http://pilambda.org/.
To learn more about Crystal Jensen and Integrity Technologies, please visit: http://integritytechnologies.org