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Module 1: Instructional Design Methods and Practices is a Course

Module 1: Instructional Design Methods and Practices

Started Jan 16, 2023

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Full course description

January 23rd - February 25th 2023 | Fully Online Module

Module Objective:

Explore the practical use of Instructional Systems Design models and emergent practices in learning experience design.

Program Description:

The Foundational Certificate in Instructional Design for Learning aims to develop individuals with skills and knowledge to step into the field as instructional designers. The non-credit micro-credentials are meant to serve as rigorous, skill-based, and applied offerings taught by practitioners in the field over five to six months. Certificate students will develop workforce-ready instructional design skills through the development of a portfolio that demonstrates their newfound skills and competency.

Timeline and Requirements:

The module will take place from January 23rd - February 25th 2023. Work will primarily be asynchronous, with one live session per module with your facilitator and your cohort. 

Fees & Policies:

Payment is due by credit card at registration. This module can only be taken as part of the Foundational Certificate: Instructional Design For Learning. Registration closes January 22nd at 5pm. Refunds will be granted only up until registration closes at 5pm on January 22nd. No refunds will be granted for registration or technical errors on the participant's part (such as incorrect name/email, login failure, etc.).

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Nina Araújo has over 20 years of experience in education, technology program development, learning experience design and management. She enjoys creating learning experiences that transform the teaching and learning processes into successful designs that impact lives. Her expertise includes instructional design, creating user personas, scenario scripts, storyboards, and module wireframes for Articulate 360, as well as working directly with the subject matter experts to develop course content, and quality assurance. She taught at Northeastern University for ten years and has also produced courses for scaled delivery on platforms like Skillshare.