What's Instructional Design?
Learning Objectives
Syllabus
 
Instructional Design is a systematic process of creating learning experiences use sound pedagogical theories. An instructional designer can help with small issues like designing an assignment or large issues like redesigning an entire curriculum.
Before tackling an educational endeavor, it is important to determine what needs to be learned so that the experience is a viable one. That's where learning objectives come into play. Learn more about them here.
A syllabus is sometimes described as a learning contract between instructor and student. Here are some helpful tips for your syllabus creation.
 
The ADDIE Model
Assessment & Evaluation
Honor Code Information
 

Have to design a course, but you aren't sure where to start. Instructional designers like to use The ADDIE Model to analyze, design, develop, implement and evaluate instruction.

 

Jen is available to help departments with assessment and evaluation. For the past 4 years, she has assisted the Social Work department with their re-accreditation. See her work in action!
Looking for ways to strengthen your understanding of the Honor Code? Jen handles educational issues with the Honor Code and is hear to help answer your questions.
 

Instructional Design

Jen Gregory, MS

Director of Instructional Design
Christopher Center, 166a
jen.gregory@valpo.edu
Phone: 219.464.5507