Instructional design (“I-Design”) is both an intuitive art and a science. It involves breaking down content, reshaping it, and rearranging it so that others can understand and eventually embody it. The examples below are but a small part of what I’ve done, and rely on traditional and emerging technologies.
This online prework for an onboarding course:
Leveraged story to teach a process
Used gaming to advance the learning
Included audio, video and interactivity
Designed narrative framework and storyboard
Developed A/V scripts, blog, websites, etc.
This entrepreneurial course for high-growth startups:
Relied on open source content and expert interviews
Included online and instructor-led delivery methods
Included multi-media, worksheets, facilitator guide, etc.
Interview experts and research content
Design entrepreneurial roadmap
Design/develop worksheets, facilitator guide, etc.
Instructor-Led Training (ILT)
This 2-day international leadership program:
Employed a technical business case and related activities
Included traditional participant and facilitator materials
Research/write business case and scenarios
Coordinate with a 12-member expert team
Draft facilitator and participant materials