Dr. Kerrie Vytlacil,PhD,ACE-GFI


  • Visual Arts Educator

  • Instructional Designer

  • Address: Newport News, VA, USA
  • E-mail: info@drkerrie.net
  • Mobile: Email me for the number.
  • Website: drkerrie.net



  • Windows XP, Vista, 7 OS
  • Mac Leopard OS
  • Internet Explorer
  • Firefox
  • Safari
  • Google Chrome
  • Opera
  • Blackberry Browser


  • MS Word 2007, 2010
  • MS Excel 2007, 2010
  • MS Powerpoint 2007, 2010
  • MS OneNote 2007, 2010
  • MS Publisher 2007, 2010
  • MS Access 2007, 2010
  • Windows Movie Maker
  • Windows Paint
  • Art Rage
  • Inspiration
  • iMindMap
  • Adobe CS3 Photoshop
  • Adobe CS3 Dreamweaver
  • Adobe CS3 Illustrator
  • Adobe CS3 InDesign
  • Adobe Acrobat 9.0
  • Adober DC Reader
  • Open Office
  • AVS Audio/Video
  • FileZilla FTP
  • Nuance PDF Converter
  • Various mobile apps
  • Nuance Dragon Naturally Speaking

Social Media, CMS, LMS

  • Picasa
  • Pinterest
  • Delicious
  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Linked In
  • Wikispaces
  • Google Sites
  • Schoox
  • Blogger
  • Wordpress
  • OneDrive
  • Google Drive
  • YouTube
  • Flickr

Instructional Design

  • Rapid prototyping
  • Unit, Course development
  • Project Management
  • Virtual Program Development
  • ADDIE analyis & design
  • UbD curriculum design
  • T&PI task/content analysis
  • DI/UDL curriculum design

Visual Arts

  • Drawing (wet/dry: graphite, charcoal, ink, colored pencil)
  • Painting (oil, acrylic, watercolor, etc.)
  • Printmaking (serigraph, intaglio, relief, monotype)
  • Photography (digital & B/W darkroom)
  • Clay/Ceramics (hand-built & pottery wheel)
  • Fiber arts (fiber-resist/batik dyes, inkjet iron-on transfer)
  • Small-metal jewelry (beads, wires, metals)
  • Website design (basic HTML, CSS, HTML5)
  • Graphic Design (basic print/web marketing assets)
  • UI/UX/LX design for corporate training programs & online/distance education
  • Licensure:

  • VDOE

    Virginia Department of Education PostGraduate Professional License (Juris Doctorate)

  • Endorsement:

  • PK-12 Visual Arts (2004-2019)


    Capella University

    Minneapolis, Minnesota (2006-2013)

    Doctor of Philosophy in Education in PK-12 Studies, concentration in Instructional Design & PK-12 Virtual Schooling, 2013

  • Dissertation: Vytlacil, K. (2013). Beyond minimum technology requirements: Learner characteristics for the instructional design of virtual programs at the elementary grade levels.

  • Master of Science in Education in Instructional Design for Online Learning, 2009

    Virginia Wesleyan College

    Norfolk,Virginia (2001-2003)
    Bachelor of Arts in Art Education, 2003

    New World School of the Arts

    Miami, Florida (1992-1996)
    Associate of Arts in Graphic Design, 1994

    Maryland Institute College of Art

    Baltimore, Maryland (1989-1991)
    General Fine Arts


    ITT Technical Institute


    Adjunct Instructor/Professor (December 2010-March 2011)
    TB133 Strategies for the Technical Professional (Computer basics and study skills for entering students); TB332 Professional Procedures and Portfolio Development (Career portfolio development and job aearch skills for graduating students)

    • Maintained TB133 class retention during TB133 instructors attendance contest.
    • Successfully counseled students experiencing personal crises and academic difficulties during TB133 and TB332 towards course completion.
    • Created original Powerpoints and Google Sites as supplements to the authorized curriculum.
    • Maintained communication with students via SMS texts, voicemail, email, and various weekly record-keeping databases and reports.
    Norfolk Christian Schools


    Art Teacher, K-7th (August 2006-August 2007)
    Lower Schools (K-5th Norfolk, K-5th Virginia Beach) and Middle School (6th-7th Norfolk)

    • Successfully developed and implemented a complete K-7th grade art program, with original curriculum for the 6th and 7th grades, and the introduction of Artsonia for all grades.
    • Successfully managed the logistics of traveling between 3 buildings and 2 cities for three sections of weekly K-5th grade art classes (by quarter), four sections of 6th grade art classes (by quarter), and three sections of 7th grade art classes (by trimester) for a total of 324 students per week, without a dedicated art room at all.
    • Previous and successive assignments for this position have excluded Middle School.
    • Students have won art competitions while under my instruction.

    Norfolk Public Schools


    Student Teacher, 9th-12th grade Art (October-December 2003)
    Maury High School, Darkroom Photography

    • Successfully developed and implemented original darkroom photography unit.
    Chesapeake Public Schools


    Student Teacher, K-5th grade Art (August-October 2003)
    Great Bridge Intermediate/Cedar Road Elementary

    • Successfully developed and implemented original lessons for bi-weekly classes.


    Last updated 11.17.2017
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