|Course Title||Instructional Analysis and Design|
|Course Mode / Tools||Virtual (GotoMeeting / Eliademy)|
This course is a professional development SPOC (small private online course) on the fundamentals of Instructional Analysis and Design. It provides an introduction to learning theory, instructional design theory, instructional strategies and assessment techniques in the context of workplace training. The course is designed for training and instructional design professionals like you with little to no formal training in the field of instructional design.
You are expected to demonstrate the following skills upon completing the course:
You are expected to apply the ‘prepare-participate-practice’ framework to be successful in this course.
You are expected to produce the following outputs throughout the course:
You will be graded upon completing the following:
Project Milestone Outputs 25%
Training Proposal and Presentation 25%
Training Plan and Lesson Presentation 25%
Attendance. You are expected to attend all online class discussions held on GotoMeeting each week.
Missed / Late Assignments. All assignments / project outputs must be submitted on Eliademy or before the due date. In circumstances where you are not able to turn in your assignment on time, notify the trainer to arrange for an extension or special consideration. Unexcused late work will garner a one point deduction per day late.
Participation. Please prepare well before each online session by reading the materials and having answers ready to the questions posted online. You are able to download all materials and read them at your own time. It is encouraged that you ask questions to clarify processes or concepts that need more discussion or explanation.
Eliademy. Log on to www.eliademy.com to create a student account. You will be invited through email to join the online course. Please enroll yourself and read through the course materials.
GotoMeeting. Each week, you will receive an email with a GoTo meeting link or ID. Please log on to the meeting promptly. While GotoMeeting is accessible on your mobile devices, it is best to use a laptop or computer to view shared screens or to share your own screens when necessary.
It is recommended that you have consistent Internet access and a headset during online class sessions. Maintain proper “netiquette” in online discussions, email, and other forms of communication in this class..
Kiran Budhrani is an Ed.D. student in Educational Leadership and a graduate research assistant at the University of North Carolina Charlotte. She has 7 years experience teaching e-learning and instructional systems design in higher education, as well as, 10 years experience consulting with government and corporate sectors. She has been a consultant to Brady Corporation’s Instructional Design team for 5 years and occasionally volunteers to provide webinars and training for the professional development of employees in the company.