Reflection Paper #2

The readings in the Design Performance and Instructional Systems course have been instrumental in increasing my understanding of instructional design, specifically assessment and evaluation. In the text, Real World Instructional Design, the chapter 3 section on Developing Assessments was of particular interest. This section discussed a multitude of tests that are used to evaluate and […]

Reflection Paper 1

Reflection Paper 1

There are some technical aspects of instructional design that I would need to lend close attention to assure that I have a solid grasp on important concepts. One area that I would need to examine closely is needs analysis. The Needs Analysis excerpt from Training Educators to Design and Develop ODL Materials: A Facilitator’s Guide, Commonwealth of Learning, advises that needs analysis is a key aspect to learning essential information about the […]

Tori Jackson’s Blog Bio

Tori Jackson's Blog Bio

Greetings! My name is Tori Jackson. I am currently a substitute Adult Education Instructor at Gwinnett Technical College in Lawrenceville, GA. My primary responsibility is to teach English as a Second Language lessons to adults. I appreciate being able to interact with people from all over the world and help them as they embark on […]

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