“Choose a job you LOVE, and you will NEVER have to WORK
a day in your life.”
Although, I am an accidental Instructional Designer (ID), it seems to be my calling. I love the thrill of unravelling chaotic information that comes in varied formats into a well-designed course in the most optimal format to enable learning.
I believe it’s a very consuming field. Yet, I always get invigorated when I dive into the different contents (such flying an aircraft, or learning how to make presentations, or how to use a system….) not with the intention to become a Subject Matter Expert (SME) but understand it enough to know how to break it down into consumable bites for learners.
Enjoy the various posts around Instructional Designing theories, models and more.
Learning Theory Series
Be learner-centric! Keep the learners first always! As Instructional Designers, we are bombarded with these phrases. Even though we understand
Content Types Series
Way back, when I started my career, I was taught about content types. It stuck with me for the value
Instructional Design Models or ID Models
Before we take a look at the Models, let’s revisit what we covered earlier – learning theories, content types, and
Designing Learning Experience
We have covered a lot of theory, let’s move to now understand how to apply our learnings. Before we proceed
Beginning an ID Career
Becoming an instructional designer takes time and dedication, but it can be a rewarding career for those who enjoy designing