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CS 60 — Instructional Design Essentials

Quarter: Summer
Day(s): Thursdays/Mon
Course Format: On-campus course
Duration: 4 weeks
Date(s): Jun 29—Jul 20
Time: 6:30—8:20 pm
Drop Deadline: Jul 12
Unit: 1
Tuition: $270
Instructor(s): Paul Clothier
Limit: 28
Status: Open
Please Note: This course has a different schedule than what appears in the print catalogue. The course will meet 5 times over a 4-week period on the following dates: Thursdays, June 29 - July 20 and Monday, July 17. All class sessions will meet from 6:30 - 8:20 pm.
Summer
On-campus course
Thursdays/Mon
6:30—8:20 pm
Date(s)
Jun 29—Jul 20
4 weeks
Drop By
Jul 12
1 Unit
Fees
$270
Instructor(s):
Paul Clothier
Limit
28
Open
Please Note: This course has a different schedule than what appears in the print catalogue. The course will meet 5 times over a 4-week period on the following dates: Thursdays, June 29 - July 20 and Monday, July 17. All class sessions will meet from 6:30 - 8:20 pm.
This highly practical and interactive workshop will teach you how to analyze, design, develop, and deliver highly effective training and learning content using instructional processes and methods that take into account learner needs, goals, and evaluation practices. You will study some foundational learning theories and practical techniques for designing instructor-led training, online learning, or mobile learning on any subject for any audience. In the workshop, you will focus on a hands-on instructional project of your own—from goals and requirements through to storyboarding and design. The principles and techniques covered will apply to any type of instruction, from K–12, to colleges and universities, through training in the corporate world.

By the end of this course, you will be able to understand basic instructional design theories, effectively analyze learning needs, define solid instructional objectives, create a storyboard for your instructional project, write effective and engaging content for your project, build interactivity into instruction, use graphics to support instruction, and effectively evaluate learning.

Paul Clothier, Mobile Learning Specialist

Paul Clothier is a training and teaching professional specializing in mobile learning content design. He has been in the technology training and learning field for more than twenty-five years. Clothier presents at national and international conferences on mobile learning and mobile performance support, and frequently writes for Learning Solutions Magazine on mobile learning.

Textbooks for this course:

There are no required textbooks; however, some fee-based online readings may be assigned.