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Instructional Design Pro (Part 1): No Beginners Allowed!

Jason Teteak

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28 Lessons (6h 23m)
    • 1. Introduction to the Course

    • 2. Welcome to Scribe: Let's Get Started!

    • 3. Welcome to Scribe: Let's Keep It Going!

    • 4. Identify With Your Audience Introduction

    • 5. Identify Their Roles

    • 6. Identify Their Goals

    • 7. Identify Their Why

    • 8. Identify What They Already Do

    • 9. Identify What They Already do Activity

    • 10. Identify What They Want to do

    • 11. Identify What They Need to do

    • 12. Organize What They Do

    • 13. Organize Tasks and Subtasks Part 1

    • 14. Organize Tasks and Subtasks Part 2

    • 15. Create Modules and Lessons

    • 16. Set Up a Curriculum Design Spreadsheet

    • 17. Understanding Objectives

    • 18. Understanding Objectives Activity

    • 19. Determine Conventions to Teach

    • 20. Determine Algorithms to Teach

    • 21. Determine Concepts to Teach

    • 22. Simplify and Group Objectives Part 1

    • 23. Simplify and Group Objectives Part 2

    • 24. Add Objectives to Curriculum Design Spreadsheet

    • 25. Mark Objectives for Assessments

    • 26. Solidify Specific Course Groupings

    • 27. Customize Course Titles and Lesson Titles

    • 28. Determine Course Timelines

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About This Class

Finally, You’ll Have A Step-By-Step Plan For Turning Curriculum Into…


(Hint: It looks something like this…)

Part 1: Curriculum Structural Design (YOU ARE HERE)

•Identify with your audience

• Identify what they do

•Organize what they do

•Determine what to teach

•Organize what to teach

•Determine the initial class structure

Part 2: Curriculum Teaching Design

•Determine why they want it

•Research teaching strategies

•Research teaching tools

•Select teaching strategies & tools

•Make it real to them

•Proof the specific class structure

Part 3: Curriculum Production

•Create facilitator guides

•Create in-class activities and assessments

•Create learner workbooks and handouts

•Create a slideshow

•Create evaluation surveys

•Create marketing materials

What You’ll Learn In This Course

The Curriculum Life Cycle

Discover how to create stellar content for all 3 stages of instructional design. When you know this, you’ll be able to attract new students to your class and take them on a journey from Engagement through Retention and all the way to Application.

Participant Centered Needs

Learn the 8 audience-centered building blocks you need to succeed as an instructional designer. Whether you want to create new training curriculum from the ground up or remodel existing curriculum, you will learn how to develop curriculum based on business needs.

Teaching Design Mastery

Master the 9 critical teaching strategies and 13 essential teaching tools of a successful lesson. You’ll learn what types of hooks to create, the secret to writing great content, how to create highly-engaging activities, relevant stories, “what now” examples, fun things, and more.

Curriculum Production

Learn how to develop training materials that double the retention in less time using a combination of facilitator guides, learner workbooks, in-class activities, assessments, slideshows, evaluation surveys and marketing materials. You’ll leave with a complete design template you can customize to fit any training program.

Ordinary instructional designers just don’t get it….

There was a time when having expertise was enough, but today (if you actually want to get engagement, learning and retention), you need to do more.

So how do you do it?

How do you build “curriculum” that turns instructional design into engagement, learning and retention?

Fortunately, that’s what you’re about to learn.

FACT: Businesses Need Instructional Designers

(…Who Actually Know What They’re Doing)

I’m not going to sell you on the importance of instructional design.

If you’re here, you already know it’s an essential aspect of any training strategy, because instructional design:

  • Increases ROI and efficiency…

  • Engages and nurtures both employees and trainers by providing ACTUAL results, and most importantly it…

  • Enables your training to be engaging (and stick consistently!)

In other words, instructional design increases ROI and efficiency and lowers employee turnover: The lifeblood of any business.

So that’s why businesses need instructional designers.

There’s just one problem: Most so called “instructional designers” don’t know what they’re doing.

That’s where you come in.

As an Instructional Design Specialist, you are uniquely qualified to help business convert training into engagement, learning and retention.