How Your Bachelor Of Education Degree Is Your Biggest Asset As An Instructional Designer

There are major parallels between classroom teaching and Instructional Design so don’t limit yourself into thinking education can only happen in a brick-and-mortar classroom.

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Successful Instructional Design Models: Top ID Skills And Strategies For Newcomers

If you’re new to the world of instructional design, you’ve come to the right place. However, even seasoned ID professionals can use these insights to refresh their memory and fine-tune their workflow.

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The Myth Of An Instructional Designer

A: What do you work as? B: ID. A: Oh, Interior Designer. B: Erm…Instructional Designer. Those who are not from the eLearning industry may not be familiar with the term Instructional Designer (ID). This article discusses the roles of an ID and makes clear the skills that an ID should have.

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The Difference Between An Instructional Designer And An eLearning Developer

Instructional Designers. eLearning developers. Both of these terms are often heard in corporate organizations and other L&D spheres, often interchangeably. But actual L&D experts will tell you that an Instructional Designer and an eLearning developer/designer are not the same thing. In fact, they are two entirely different skill sets.

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Why You Need An Instructional Design Portfolio And How To Develop One

As a freelance eLearning developer, having an Instructional Design portfolio is essential. If you’re thinking about developing your Instructional Design portfolio, this article will walk you through how I created several using a simple WordPress plugin.

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