LDT Competency Table

Purdue University's MS in Education in Learning Design and Technology (LDT) is a rigorous graduate-level instructional design program. The competency table below is a glimpse into some of projects I had the privilege of working on and how they align with the outcomes expected by the institution. Click on the competency headings or check boxes ( ) for the full narratives.

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Synthesize Knowledge Create Knowledge Communicate Knowledge Think Critically and Reflectively Engage in Professional Development Participate Actively in the Profession Apply Design Principles Apply Technologies to the Solution
EDCI-513
Storyboarding Considerations for Instructional Design
EDCI-588
Evalution & Redesign of Instruction: A Motivational Perspective
EDCI-569
Designing Effective Multimedia for Learning
EDCI-569
Final Project Course Introduction Video
 
EDCI-569
Final Project (A Select Articulate Storyline Lesson Activity
EDCI-568
Tutorial: Web Tool for Educational Use
EDCI-568
Final Project Part B: Partnering Pedagogy Lesson Plan
EDCI-577
Online Teaching Seminar Evalution Plan
EDCI-531
Original and Revised LDT Definitions
EDCI-531
An Instructional Theory
Conferences, Seminars, and Workshops
Higher-ED ID Colloquium
Twitter Engagement
EDCI-672
Helen Ginn Case Study
EDCI-572
Google Docs: A Collaborative Tool (Paper)
EDCI-572
Google Docs: A Collaborative Tool (ELearning Lesson)
EDCI-577
Evalution of an Instructional Product (Lynda.com)
EDCI-568
Lesson Plan Part C
EDCI-588
Motivation Evaluation Rubric
EDCI-568
Project-Based Learning Job Aid