The complete Instructional Designer course
What you’ll learn
The role of an instructional designer and gain the skills to become one
The importance of a portfolio and practical advice on how to create your first items
Access to hundreds of free resources, such as images, videos and templates, to help you create great-looking courses
Pedagogy and the different ways in which people take information onboard
Top tips on how to effectively deal with Subject Matter Experts (SMEs)
Insight into the changing demands for skills within a modern L&D team
No experience necessary!
Looking to move into an Instructional Design role?Whether you are a teacher looking to transition into Instructional Design or a Learning Professional exploring how to evolve your skill set, this bite-sized, easily digestible course is for you. It has been designed to provide the most well-rounded exploration of what Instructional Design means and how you can effectively create meaningful E-Learning.The course is broken down into helpful instructor-led videos and hand-picked resources to give you the best insight into this subject. Everything is in plain English and gives you all the information I wish I had when I started in the industry. I have also included access to hundreds of free resources to give you the best start possible and save you from hours of searching the internet.What’s in the course?Within this course, there is a detailed exploration of the ADDIE framework. This exploration will give you a well-rounded understanding of analysing, designing, developing, implementing and evaluating your online courses by producing multiple mediums to transfer knowledge to your learners. We also look at how you use authoring tools to create your learning and explore how you can start to make your first portfolio items.Whether you are creating learning for education or corporates, these skills provide a transferable base to effectively understand what solutions are required and how to create eLearning that meets that need.The techniques explored have been tried and tested through hundreds of courses to ensure that you are successful in Learning and Development.This course is continually updated with new and helpful information to ensure you get the most recent information on Instructional Design practices, valuable resources and helpful tips. So why not start your Instruction Design journey now?!
Section 1: Introduction
Lecture 1 Introduction
Lecture 2 100+ Resources to help you in you as an Instructional Designer
Lecture 3 Tips for improving your course experience
Lecture 4 What is Instructional Design
Lecture 5 Join your Global Learning and Development Community today!
Section 2: Pedagogies and Learning Methodologies
Lecture 6 What is Pedagogy and why is it so important
Lecture 7 Kolb’s Theory of Experiential Learning
Lecture 8 Mayer’s Cognitive Theory of Multimedia Learning
Lecture 9 Malone’s Theory of Intrinsically Motivating Instruction
Lecture 10 Gagne’s 9 Events of Instruction
Lecture 11 Flipped Classrooms
Lecture 12 Blending Pedagogies together
Section 3: What is E-Learning?
Lecture 13 What do we mean by e-learning?
Lecture 14 PART 1: Webinar – Learning: Its Past
Lecture 15 PART 2: Webinar – Learning: Its Present
Lecture 16 PART 3: Webinar – Learning: Its Future
Lecture 17 A brief insight into Authoring tools
Lecture 18 Basic elements of an e-learning course
Lecture 19 A brief insight into Video
Lecture 20 A brief insight into Audio
Lecture 21 A brief insight into Curated Content
Lecture 22 Artificial Intelligence (AI)
Lecture 23 Podcast and Webinar Insights
Section 4: Designing Resources To Help People Learn
Lecture 24 Ebbinhaus’ Forgetting Curve
Lecture 25 Continuous Learning
Lecture 26 Bite-sized Learning
Lecture 27 Variety
Lecture 28 Learning Styles Explained
Lecture 29 Things to Avoid
Section 5: Using the ADDIE framework
Lecture 30 The ADDIE framework
Section 6: Analysis
Lecture 31 How to implement a comprehensive Training Needs Analysis (TNA)
Lecture 32 Action Mapping
Lecture 33 Learner Personas
Lecture 34 What do you want to measure for your ROI/KPIs
Lecture 35 Translation and Localisation requirements
Lecture 36 What are Learning Objectives and how do you write them?
Lecture 37 Accessibility requirements
Section 7: Design – Methods of Providing The Content
Lecture 38 Creating a Storyboard
Lecture 39 Gain information effectively with a Subject Matter Expert (SME)
Lecture 40 Micro-Learning
Lecture 41 Interactive Video
Lecture 42 Storytelling
Lecture 43 Gamification
Lecture 44 Look and Feel: What does it mean?
Lecture 45 Free graphic resources
Lecture 46 Setting your Style Guide
Lecture 47 Is it learning?
Lecture 48 E-Learning Authoring Tools Comparison
Lecture 49 PRACTICAL ASSIGNMENT: Storyboard Creation
Section 8: Development
Lecture 50 Introduction to Development
Lecture 51 Know your limitations
Lecture 52 Creating Videos
Lecture 53 Screencast Videos
Lecture 54 Camtasia Tutorials for Screen simulations and other useful functions
Lecture 55 Creating animated videos easily with Vyond
Lecture 56 19+ Free tools for creating podcasts
Lecture 57 Curated Content and 6 steps to effectively curate
Lecture 58 The difference between Personalized and Adaptive Learning
Lecture 59 Audience Participation
Lecture 60 Standardization and File Structures
Lecture 61 Reflective Exercises
Lecture 62 Learning resources at the point of need
Section 9: Developing with an authoring tool
Lecture 63 Authoring Tools Review
Lecture 64 Where to get Articulate 360 Training (Free and Paid)
Lecture 65 Examples of Articulate Storyline courses
Lecture 66 Where to get FREE Evolve Training
Lecture 67 Examples of Evolve Authoring Tool Courses
Lecture 68 Using free trials to learn Authoring tools
Section 10: Portfolios and Creating Your First Portfolio Items
Lecture 69 Why do you need a portfolio?
Lecture 70 Analyzing Great Portfolios for Inspiration
Lecture 71 Example briefs and insights for creating portfolio courses
Lecture 72 PRACTICAL ASSIGNMENT: Build a portfolio item from a brief
Section 11: Implementation
Lecture 73 Introduction to Implementation
Lecture 74 Learning Management Systems (LMS) and Learning Experience Platforms (LXP)
Lecture 75 Gaining experience with Learning Platforms
Lecture 76 SCORM and xAPI Tracking
Lecture 77 The process of Quality Checking
Lecture 78 Customer Sign Off
Lecture 79 Setting Review Dates
Lecture 80 Implementing Continuous Learning Design
Section 12: Evaluation
Lecture 81 Introduction to Evaluation
Lecture 82 Formative and Summative Assessments
Lecture 83 Evaluating engagement with Kirkpatrick
Lecture 84 Measuring your ROI using the V Model
Lecture 85 Example walk through of an end-to-end learning request process
Section 13: Ask John – FAQs for becoming an Instructional Designer (With Belvista Studios)
Lecture 86 How do I know if I am suited to the role of an instructional designer?
Lecture 87 Do you think instructional designers need a formal qualification?
Lecture 88 What does a day in the life of an instructional designer look like?
Lecture 89 What skills should I develop to become a great instructional designer?
Lecture 90 What would the interviewer want to hear for an ID job?
Lecture 91 Should you create a portfolio, if so what advice do you have?
Lecture 92 What learning strategy or model should I know and why?
Lecture 93 What tools or webpages should I download and bookmark?
Lecture 94 Handling the challenges that I will likely face as an instructional designer?
Lecture 95 How do I avoid being an order taker and become respected for my advice?
Lecture 96 What career options do I have as an instructional designer?
Lecture 97 BONUS QUESTION: How to use LinkedIn effectively
Section 14: BONUS SECTION: The evolving skills and roles required for a modern L&D team
Lecture 98 How are the requirements of organisations changing?
Lecture 99 Responsive Authoring Tool Developers
Lecture 100 VILT: Virtual Instructor Lead Training
Lecture 101 Skills for Engaging VILT
Lecture 102 Stakeholder Management
Section 15: Useful information to develop your L&D career
Lecture 103 Communities and further sources of learning
Lecture 104 Tailoring your Resume and Preparing for an Instructional Designer Interview
Section 16: Course Completion
Lecture 105 Course Completion
Teachers looking to move into Corporate L&D as an Instructional Designer,Anyone who wants to be able to create meaningful online courses
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Created by: John Hinchliffe