Instructional Design Strategy.

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Instructional Design Philosophy

1. Be learner focused and hold learners in the highest regard.


2. Be passionately learning focused and thrive on curiosity.


3. Consider the neuroscience of learning.


4. Accommodate diversity and unique needs to provide an inclusive, and engaging learning experience.


5. Incorporate scenarios, case studies, and other pragmatic stories to connect with the learner emotionally.


6. Build rich opportunities for high levels of student interaction and engagement in learning designs.


7. Maintain a keen eye for detail and have exemplary visualization skills.


8. Communicate clearly, both orally and in writing.


9. Write appealing content, instructional design text, audio scripts, and video scripts.


10. Develop learning content based on Gardner’s Multiple Intelligences and Adult Learning Theory.


11. Demonstrate high levels of imagination, creativity, innovation, and design thinking.


12. Possess outstanding analytical skills.


13. Know the proficiencies of eLearning tools and software and be technologically savvy.


14. Be open-minded and embrace multiple perspectives.


15. Continuously improve.

Instructional Design Methodologies

  1. ·Accredited, corporate universities

  2. ·ADDIE

  3. ·Agile

  4. ·Assessments

  5. ·Case Studies

  6. ·Coaching (one-on-one and group)

  7. ·Communities of Practice

  8. ·Constructivism

  9. ·Customized learning experiences

  10. ·Design Thinking

  11. ·eLearning modules & tools

  12. ·Emotional Intelligence development

  13. ·Feedback

  14. ·Flipped Classroom

  15. ·Gamification

  16. ·Gap Analysis

  17. ·Generational differences

  18. ·Goal setting

  19. ·Grow’s Self-Directed Learning

  20. ·Incentives

  21. ·Industry 4.0

  22. ·Job Aids

  23. ·Leadership diversity

  24. ·Leadership traits

  25. ·Lean Processes

  26. ·Learning Protocols

  27. ·MBTI

  28. ·Mentoring

  29. ·Metrics

  30. ·Microlearning

  31. ·Mindfulness

  32. ·Online forums

  33. ·Personal Improvement Plans

  34. ·Podcasts

  35. ·Professional Development Plans

  36. ·Rubrics

  37. ·Self-assessments

  38. ·70-20-10 rule

  39. ·Simulation

  40. ·Storytelling

  41. ·Surveys

  42. ·SWOT Analysis

  43. ·Systems thinking

  44. ·Strategic thinking

  45. ·Team Building Activities

  46. ·Virtual meetings

  47. -Emphasis on diversity

  48. ·Workshops

  49. ·Zoom, instructional videos

Instructional Design Technologies

Blackboard – since Version 6

Canvas (Expert)


Cornerstone OnDemand








Google Classroom



Adobe Spark (Experienced)

Canva (Expert)

Camtasia (Experienced)

Google Charts


Google Slides (Expert)

InDesign (Learning)

MindManager (Expert)

Prezi (Expert)

Sway (Expert)

Venngage (Expert)


Animaker (Expert)

Animoto (Expert)

Camtasia (Expert)

Quik by GoPro (Expert)

Panopto (Expert)

Zoom (Expert)

Articulate Rise  (Expert)

Articulate 360  (Expert)

Articulate Storyline  (Expert)

Easy Generator (Experienced)

Gomo Learning (Experienced)

Adobe Captivate (Advanced)


Basecamp (Expert)

Google Drive (Expert)

Jira (Experienced)

Outlook Notifications (Experienced)

SharePoint (Experienced)

Trello (Experienced)


PowerPoint (Expert)

Storyboard That! (Expert)

Canva (Expert)