Instructional Design

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Instructional Design

I will work with you to develop a project management, agile, MS Project or Association Management course meeting your goals for content, course hours, target audience and delivery mechanism. I use a “learn by doing” approach to develop course materials with a practical element so learners can gain experience whilst in the classroom or online.

I have experience in a variety of course delivery techniques and can tailor instruction to meet your organizational and course needs.

About Course Design & Instruction

  • Online - Online and blended (online/classroom) programs with both theory and practical training. My latest projects include Okanagan College’s Project Management Certificate Program.
  • Classroom - Group instruction in a collegial or workshop setting with hand-on practical exercises
  • Curriculum Development - Development of course objectives, learning outcomes, lesson plans, videos, case studies and student assessments
  • Learners will have the skills and confidence needed to manage projects in the real world from Day #1

Benefits of our course design and instruction

  • experienced - experienced in adult education at college level
  • quality - instructional materials developed and taught at 2 of B.C.’s colleges
  • practical - practical skills for real world use
  • certified - certified Project Management Professional (PMP) and certified ScrumMaster (CSM)
  • industry - almost 20 years experience as a project manager working in the industry
  • technically adept - experienced with Learning Management Software (LMS), project management and agile tools

Are you developing a project management program and need a course designer, curriculum developed or an instructor? I would be happy to help you.

Course Design & Instruction Solutions

  • Course Objectives – defining at a high level the purpose of the course
  • Learning Outcomes – defining skills and knowledge the learner will obtain during each lesson
  • Lesson Plans – defining activities to support each learning outcome
  • Curriculum Development – developing or discovering explanatory materials, supporting videos, articles, case studies
  • Classroom format – lecture style
  • Classroom format – blending lecture and hands-on practical exercises, discussions, quizzes, exploratory learning activities
  • Online learning – tutoring online learners using one-on-one interviews, and group “hangouts”
  • Student assessments – quizzes, assignments, case studies, marking and critique

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