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Becoming An ID

Notes to Consider

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Introduction

Instructional design is a diverse, lucrative career, and there's an ever-growing need for competent instructional designers in today's market.

The only thnig to put in mind is that you will belong to a progressive field that needs your ever attention to details, continous learning and being open to ideas all the time.
Now let's see core points to consider in our journey.

This seems like a career for me

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Who is an ID?

Instructional designers specialize in designing & developing effective, engaging learning experiences. They draw on best practice to create effective learning experiences.

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ID Enthusiast

wHO ARE YOU?

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How do we do it?

IDs work behind the scenes; we collaborate with subject matter experts (SMEs) & colleagues to design and possibly develop the instruction, but we rarely deliver it themselves.

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Basically, an instructional designer is someone who interviews subject matter experts (SMEs), writes instructional content, & then develops content into an online or face-to-face learning experience.

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Instructional design is the art of creating learning experiences that help people gain the skills they need.

Our aim is to identify knowledge & skill gaps and find the most powerful ways to close them, whether through online courses, games, or training videos.

We try to understand how people learn & apply this knowledge to create engaging and effective learning content.

Let's go!

In Brief...

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Learn ID Theories, Principles, & Methodologies

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Science?

The Books

Learning?

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The ID Models

instructional design borrows a maltitude of discplines & researches.

IDs are accordingly expected to stay abreast of research in visual design, educational psychology, and, of course, instructional design itself.

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The ADDIE Model

ADDIE is an instructional design model that helps you use a systematic approach to designing instruction;

Action Mapping

Action mapping is a performance consulting approach to training design developed by Cathy Moore.

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Gagne's 9 Events of Instruction

Bloom's Taxonomy

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Are 9 instruction principles putto determine which elements to include in your instructional course or program.

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The theories, principles, and methodologies covered above are not exhaustive.
You will need to do additional reading on your own to round out your theoretical knowledge, But it's a good start to build on!

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You've got now the basic knowledge & principles to go forward.

Awesome!!

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The Development

Production?

What to produce?

While not all instructional design roles require you to know much of the technology, the vast majority of them do.

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Production

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So, what should we start with?

Here we go!!

Most instructional designers are expected to not only write the instruction, but also develop it into its final online or face-to-face format.

Many of the skills outlined here apply to developing eLearning, and that's because this skillset is so in-demand in today's economy. So, acknowledging that the tech climate can and does change somewhat frequently,

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Lesson plans, Storyboards &

Interesting!

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Lesson plans show what the trainer/instructor intends to teach, how they will teach it, and how they will assess learner's learning. A lesson plan will vary from topic to another, technique to another and also to types of skills..



A storyboards is are graphic/written organizers that plans a narrative. Storyboards are a powerful way to visually present information; they layout the instruction plan, the interactions and the means of implementation

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Once you’ve got the necessary theoretical ID background.


And built up your storyboard for implementation. You need to gain some technology skills
to produce learning marvels.

Tecnology you say...?

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1. Articulate Storyline

The big leagues of authoring softwares:

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2. Techsmith Camtasia

3. Adobe Ilustrator

4. Vyond

Articulate Storyline 360 is widely regarded as the best rapid eLearning authoring tool on the market.

You can develop highly custom, interactive eLearning in a fraction of the time that it would take you with another rapid authoring tool (such as Adobe Captivate or Trivantis Lectora, which are used by some companies and development houses).

1. Articulate 360

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Camtasia is a great tool for instructional designers to create and edit videos.

One of its strongest features is that it's very efficient and easy to use; on top of this, it has a host of templates, advanced screen recording features, and so much more.

2. Techsmith Camtasia

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As an instructional designer, it's rarely necessary to master the entire Adobe suite. However, if you're going to develop eLearning using illustrations and vector graphics, you should know your way around Illustrator.

You're probably not going to
create many graphics from
scratch simply because there usually isn't enough time or budget available for you to do
so. But at least know your
way around to edit & iterate.

3. Adobe Illustrator

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Vyond is a rapid video authoring tool that you can use to create animated videos relatively quickly.

The tool lets you develop in 3 different art styles: business, contemporary, and whiteboard.
Videos like this are excellent for soft skills training, explainer videos, microlearning, and much more.

The tool is great for instructional designers because it's easy to use and much faster to develop with.

4. Vyond

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If you've made it this far in the notebook, then congratulations!
You have mainly took your first step in understanding the business.

But the rest, wasn't all conclusive & there are loads of matters to still look into and study about,

Yeah!

You've got an axe, maybe it will be useful

We are done!!!

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Our last points would be as follow:

1. Search for possibilities to practice

2. Network till forever & after. This is how you grow in the business.

3. Search for how to create a portofolio of your own

4. Never stop learning!

lAST nOTES

Wow, you got it!

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