Competency 3 | Sub-Competency 1Communicates effectively in oral and written formats.
March 2015. This is a digital story for use in an educational setting. It could serve as a lead-in for a writing class working on character development, a college/career class discussion on the implications of not pursuing higher education, or a psych or sociology class discussion on isolation or authenticity.
Competency 3 | Sub-Competency 2
Effectively communicates content through the design and delivery of teaching/learning activities that integrate content and pedagogy.
January 2015.This artifact is a learning object that is designed to introduce a tech savvy masters level audience to efficiency concepts and tools used by professionals in the field. The content and pedagogy are closely integrated (Sub-Competency 2) and the language such that it can be used for graphics industry professionals as well as beginning Instructional Designers.
Competency 3 | Sub-Competency 3
Demonstrates the ability to adapt instruction and assessment techniques to the needs of diverse users.
Competency 7 | Sub-Competency 2
Designs, plans, and develops instructional interventions using appropriate strategies and techniques.
April 2015. This project was created in Adobe Acrobat for a corporate client, with multimedia interactivity embedded. It will be used in the absence of the bookkeeper and/or for purposes of training new employees.
Competency 4 | Sub-Competency 1Develops a personal vision of inclusive educational practice.
March 2015. This PDF was created in Adobe Acrobat to show some of the ways UDL was treated in a Blackboard recast of two modules for EDU6617 Graphic Design in Multimedia for Troy University.
NOTE: Multimedia interactivity is embedded and due to browser variance, the best way to view the PDF is to download it and open it in Adobe Acrobat.
Competency 8 | Sub-Competency 1
Plans and designs effective learning environments and experiences supported by technology.
December 2014. I was responsible for the final reflection/ summation of our Case Study facilitation. I created a Prezi to show an overview of our project. My teammates filled in their own information for Things We Would Change and Final Reflections. I am including a link to the Prezi as well, so that you can play Nicole's introduction video and self-pace the presentation if you wish to. I know the music may violate Mayer's Coherence principle, but, I used it for a reason. There was so much information to present, and it was most critical that users be engaged throughout the video (at least the first time through), so I used music I thought might capture and keep attention.