Instructional design consulting

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Consult with Ryer, your friendly neighborhood Instructional Design Librarian, to take your teaching to the next level.

This presentation was created for the librarians and faculty members at my school, Western Washington University. I wanted to give them a better idea about what instructional design is, what I can do for them and what others have to say about my work.

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Instructional design consulting

  1. 1. INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN IS “Good instructional design is about packaging information in a way that makes it easy to understand and consume.” - Lauren Pressley, Instructional Design for Students
  2. 2. INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN IS “The goal of instructional design is to make learning more efficient and effective and to make learning less difficult.” - Gary Morrison et al., Designing Effective Instruction
  3. 3. WHAT DO OTHERS SAY? “I approached Ryer with a basic idea, or wishful thinking about developing a lesson plan, and inevitably Ryer would say, “What do you want the students to take away from this…”
  4. 4. WHAT DO OTHERS SAY? and from there our conversation would shape into a concrete rigorous lesson plan that actively engaged students.
  5. 5. WHAT DO OTHERS SAY? I appreciate Ryer’s willingness to bounce ideas around and his skill at focusing on the goal of giving students a quality learning experience.” – Peter Smith
  6. 6. WHAT DO OTHERS SAY? “He had some great suggestions about the general layout of our proposal, but even more useful was his assistance in prioritizing outcomes and objectives to make more effective use of each class session.
  7. 7. WHAT DO OTHERS SAY? He also had some innovative ideas for in-class, active learning exercises aimed at getting students involved in more meaningful ways.” - Roz Koester

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