The Moon Academy
This was a game was designed and developed as a supplememnt lesson to a Middle School Science Inquiry Phases of the Moon Lesson. Our team worked directly with an SME to develop this fun and interactive lesson. We used the SAM model including an Alpha, Beta, and Final design test to analyze the games effectiveness and better meet the needs of the learners.
-Voice Over, Content Creation, Design and Development
Tools: Articulate Storyline, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator
Classifying Animals Lesson
This is a website designed as a lesson for students to learn how to classify animals. It includes an embedded teacher led lesson, links to outside webpages, and an embedded quiz.
Tools: Adobe Dreamweaver, Adobe Photoshop
-Instructor, Content Creation, Design and Development
Gap Analysis Lesson
This training was inspired by one of the gaps I noticed during the Analysis phases when Instructional Designers first start out. It is sometimes hard yo determine the type of learning gap users have. This training helps teach new IDs the difference between knowledge and skills gaps.
Tools: Articulate RISE, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop
Front End Analysis, Content Creation, Design and Development, Graphic Design
This is a sample scenario based course to teach beginning Instructional Designers about the ADDIE process. It includes a sample assessment, feedback, course objectives, course navigation, and showcases my Articulate Storyline skills.
Tools: Articulate Storyline
Content Creation, Design and Development, Objective based Training, Knowledge Checks, Assessment
This is a module from a training course I developed with a team. Our client, HIPPY Tampa needed to transform a face-2-face training into a fully online and interactive training. We worked cloesly with two SME's through the ADDIE process to develop and design the training base don the clients needs.
Tools: Articulate RISE, Adobe Photoshop
Client/SME Consults, Front End Analysis, Content Creation, Design and Development, Graphic Design Storyboarding, Objective Development.