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I N S T R U C T I O N A L D E S I G N P O RT F O L I O
DAVID GOSCINSKI, M.ED.
EDUCATION
• Eastern Michigan University
• BS in Secondary Ed.
• Major: History
• Minor: Social Science Group (Poli Sci & Econ)
• Wayne State University
• M.A. in Instructional Technology (summa cum laude)
• Major: Interactive Technologies
• Fresno Pacific University
• Continuing Education (36+ post grad credits)
IN-SERVICE
FACILITATOR AND DESIGNER
• Created professional development training for:
• Garden City Public Schools and other schools for over 10 years
• Wayne County RESA
• Local doctors’ offices
• Local businesses
• Church, and
• Youth conferences
GARDEN CITY AND OTHER SCHOOLS
• How to use Microsoft Frontpage
• Incorporating Technology into the Classroom
• NTeQ
David Goscinski, M. Ed.
Incorporating
Technology
GARDEN CITY AND OTHER SCHOOLS
• Digital Cameras and Camcorders to Create an Engaging
Classroom
• Video Streaming 101
• Data Analysis using Class A to Align Curriculum
Digital Cameras and
Camcorders to
Help Create an
Engaging Classroom
David Goscinski, M. Ed.
Streaming Video
with Carl Lenze, Ed. Spec., and
David Goscinski, M. Ed.
GARDEN CITY AND OTHER SCHOOLS
• Using Blackboard to Enhance Classroom Participation
• Web 2.0 Tools for the Classroom
Web 2.0 Tools
For the Classroom
David Goscinski
September 2, 2010
WAYNE COUNTY RESA
• Using Blackboard to Enhance Classroom Participation
Using Blackboard to
Enhance Classroom
Participation
Carl Lenze, Ed. Spec.
David Goscinski, M. Ed.
DOCTOR’S OFFICE WORKSHOPS
• eThomas Updates and Changes
• One-on-one staff tutorials in:
• eThomas
• Office network troubleshooting
CHURCH AND CONFERENCES
• Mormonism 101
• Jehovah’s Witnesses 101
• SC3 Drama Team Improv workshops
TECHNICAL WRITING
• Incorporating Technology
• Photoshop tutorials
Incorporating Technology into the Classroom—Participant Guide
Incorporating Technology
Into the Classroom
Participant Guide
Garden City Public School,
Garden City, MI
TECHNICAL WRITING
• Adobe Illustrator tutorials
• iMovie tutorials
• Private client tutorials
How to log in, open, and save your survey results
1. At the log in screen,
a. the user name is nca
b. the password is 12345
2. Click OK
3. Now double-click the icon for
Microsoft Excel.
4. Then click on File (in the upper
left hand corner) to Open.
5. You should get a screen like this
one.
6. Change My Documents by
clicking the little black arrow
7. And go to Nca on
‘Gc_gchigh_0DataUsersStude
nts’ (G:)
8. When you have found the right
place, you should have 3 folders
like shown.
9. Double-click on Parent Survey or
Real Students Survey, whichever
you have been given.
TECHNICAL WRITING
• Blackboard Technique tutorials
Using Blackboard.com
David Goscinski, M. Ed.
HIGH SCHOOL TEACHER
• AP Government
• Psychology
• Sociology
• Economics
• World War II
World War II
The Great War
Goscinski
HIGH SCHOOL TEACHER
• Visual Imaging—a “sampler class” of:
• Filmmaking,
• Adobe Illustrator,
• B & W Photography and dark room development, and
• Macromedia Director
CBT AND WBT
• Stock Market quiz web module
• Documents of Freedom web module
• http://www.familylenze.org/history/DOF/
• Blackboard for all high school classes taught
CBT AND WBT
• Self-produced Flash animations as needed for classes
• Embedded PowerPoints for other professionals
• Incorporation of social media into classes for discussion
and assessment
LMS EXPERIENCE
• Blackboard courses for:
• Economics
• AP Government
• World War II
• Psychology
• Sociology
• Incorporated:
• Discussion features
• Quizzes
• Survey
HRM Goscinski Blackboard Instructions
1. First you will need to open Internet
Explorer or Netscape Navigator.
2. Type http://courses.resa.net
3. This will bring you to the page you
see on the right. The Blackboard
Welcome page.
4. Click the Login button.
5. Your Username will be your last name plus
the 1st
letter of your first name. So if you are
Paul Johnson, your username will be
johnsonp.
6. The password will be hist or econ,
depending on the class you are taking with
me. Don’t worry; you can change your
password later.
7. Then hit the enter button or click Login.
8. This is your Institution page. Find the
My Courses section.
9. The course that you have with me,
either US History or Modern
Economics, will be listed here.
10. Click on that course to access the
materials that are on the site.
11. Click on either US History or
Economics now.
FILMMAKING EXPERIENCE
• Wedding-videography 2nd camera & editor
• Taught filmmaking as a part of a HS class
• Wrote and edited for G(arden City)TV episodes
• For church:
• Over 5 videos written, produced, directed, and edited
• Over 10 interviews/testimonials
• A/V consultant for new building and technology purchases
FILMMAKING EXPERIENCE
• Short Microsoft Office training videos
• Excel
• Word
• Desktop troubleshooting
• Training videos for machine building client to train
maintenance technicians out of state
FILMMAKING EXPERIENCE
• Training videos for machine building client to train
maintenance technicians out of state
FUTURE ASPIRATIONS
• Author of non-fiction
• Author of fiction
• Children’s story author
• Instructional Designer
• Earn my PhD in Instructional Design
A How-To Guide
DAVID
GOSCINSKI
DESTROYING YOUR MARRIAGE
The Boy with the Strange Colored Eggs
Once upon a time, there was a boy named Landon. He was six years old, tall for his age,
and had fiery, red hair. One day, he was walking in the woods near his home when he came
across a basket filled with many colorful eggs. They sort of looked like Easter Eggs.
Landon looked around, wondering who had dropped the basket with so many neat eggs in
it. They sure were beautiful to look at. After some time of wondering what to do, he decided to
take the basket home with him.
On his way home, he came across a large group of older boys. One of them shouted,
“Hey, Red! Where are you going?” Landon didn’t like having his hair color made fun of. So he
tucked his head, and shyly tried to walk away.
At that, one boy (the one who shouted) came up to Landon. “Where do you think you are
going, little kid?”
“I am not little,” said Landon.
“What have you got in the basket? Let me see those,” said the older boy. All his friends
laughed. The older boy then grabbed the basket from Landon saying, “What do you think this is,
Easter?” His friends laughed again. “Look here, boys,” showing the eggs to his pals. “Looks like
Red here has some pretty, little Easter Eggs.”
“They aren’t really mine,” replied Landon. “I just found them on the side of the road back
there.”
“Yeah, sure. Likely story, Red. Well, I think I will take one of them off your hands. What
do you think of that?”
Landon didn’t like that idea one bit. He figured that the eggs in the basket were his eggs
now. He didn’t like people stealing things from him, and he definitely didn’t like being made fun
of.
The older boy grabbed an egg from the basked saying, “Wow, this look like a pretty cool
egg. I bet it’s tasty too.” He cracked the egg open, peeled it, and took a bite.
Landon shouted, “I hope you choke on it. That’s what you deserve for stealing from me.”
Suddenly, the older boy dropped the basket. Both of his hands went to his throat. He gagged. The
older boy’s friends slapped him on the back in hopes of helping him breathe.
During the confusion, Landon grabbed the basket and ran away.

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MY-Portfolio

  • 1. I N S T R U C T I O N A L D E S I G N P O RT F O L I O DAVID GOSCINSKI, M.ED.
  • 2. EDUCATION • Eastern Michigan University • BS in Secondary Ed. • Major: History • Minor: Social Science Group (Poli Sci & Econ) • Wayne State University • M.A. in Instructional Technology (summa cum laude) • Major: Interactive Technologies • Fresno Pacific University • Continuing Education (36+ post grad credits)
  • 3. IN-SERVICE FACILITATOR AND DESIGNER • Created professional development training for: • Garden City Public Schools and other schools for over 10 years • Wayne County RESA • Local doctors’ offices • Local businesses • Church, and • Youth conferences
  • 4. GARDEN CITY AND OTHER SCHOOLS • How to use Microsoft Frontpage • Incorporating Technology into the Classroom • NTeQ David Goscinski, M. Ed. Incorporating Technology
  • 5. GARDEN CITY AND OTHER SCHOOLS • Digital Cameras and Camcorders to Create an Engaging Classroom • Video Streaming 101 • Data Analysis using Class A to Align Curriculum Digital Cameras and Camcorders to Help Create an Engaging Classroom David Goscinski, M. Ed. Streaming Video with Carl Lenze, Ed. Spec., and David Goscinski, M. Ed.
  • 6. GARDEN CITY AND OTHER SCHOOLS • Using Blackboard to Enhance Classroom Participation • Web 2.0 Tools for the Classroom Web 2.0 Tools For the Classroom David Goscinski September 2, 2010
  • 7. WAYNE COUNTY RESA • Using Blackboard to Enhance Classroom Participation Using Blackboard to Enhance Classroom Participation Carl Lenze, Ed. Spec. David Goscinski, M. Ed.
  • 8. DOCTOR’S OFFICE WORKSHOPS • eThomas Updates and Changes • One-on-one staff tutorials in: • eThomas • Office network troubleshooting
  • 9. CHURCH AND CONFERENCES • Mormonism 101 • Jehovah’s Witnesses 101 • SC3 Drama Team Improv workshops
  • 10. TECHNICAL WRITING • Incorporating Technology • Photoshop tutorials Incorporating Technology into the Classroom—Participant Guide Incorporating Technology Into the Classroom Participant Guide Garden City Public School, Garden City, MI
  • 11. TECHNICAL WRITING • Adobe Illustrator tutorials • iMovie tutorials • Private client tutorials How to log in, open, and save your survey results 1. At the log in screen, a. the user name is nca b. the password is 12345 2. Click OK 3. Now double-click the icon for Microsoft Excel. 4. Then click on File (in the upper left hand corner) to Open. 5. You should get a screen like this one. 6. Change My Documents by clicking the little black arrow 7. And go to Nca on ‘Gc_gchigh_0DataUsersStude nts’ (G:) 8. When you have found the right place, you should have 3 folders like shown. 9. Double-click on Parent Survey or Real Students Survey, whichever you have been given.
  • 12. TECHNICAL WRITING • Blackboard Technique tutorials Using Blackboard.com David Goscinski, M. Ed.
  • 13. HIGH SCHOOL TEACHER • AP Government • Psychology • Sociology • Economics • World War II World War II The Great War Goscinski
  • 14. HIGH SCHOOL TEACHER • Visual Imaging—a “sampler class” of: • Filmmaking, • Adobe Illustrator, • B & W Photography and dark room development, and • Macromedia Director
  • 15. CBT AND WBT • Stock Market quiz web module • Documents of Freedom web module • http://www.familylenze.org/history/DOF/ • Blackboard for all high school classes taught
  • 16. CBT AND WBT • Self-produced Flash animations as needed for classes • Embedded PowerPoints for other professionals • Incorporation of social media into classes for discussion and assessment
  • 17. LMS EXPERIENCE • Blackboard courses for: • Economics • AP Government • World War II • Psychology • Sociology • Incorporated: • Discussion features • Quizzes • Survey HRM Goscinski Blackboard Instructions 1. First you will need to open Internet Explorer or Netscape Navigator. 2. Type http://courses.resa.net 3. This will bring you to the page you see on the right. The Blackboard Welcome page. 4. Click the Login button. 5. Your Username will be your last name plus the 1st letter of your first name. So if you are Paul Johnson, your username will be johnsonp. 6. The password will be hist or econ, depending on the class you are taking with me. Don’t worry; you can change your password later. 7. Then hit the enter button or click Login. 8. This is your Institution page. Find the My Courses section. 9. The course that you have with me, either US History or Modern Economics, will be listed here. 10. Click on that course to access the materials that are on the site. 11. Click on either US History or Economics now.
  • 18. FILMMAKING EXPERIENCE • Wedding-videography 2nd camera & editor • Taught filmmaking as a part of a HS class • Wrote and edited for G(arden City)TV episodes • For church: • Over 5 videos written, produced, directed, and edited • Over 10 interviews/testimonials • A/V consultant for new building and technology purchases
  • 19. FILMMAKING EXPERIENCE • Short Microsoft Office training videos • Excel • Word • Desktop troubleshooting • Training videos for machine building client to train maintenance technicians out of state
  • 20.
  • 21.
  • 22.
  • 23.
  • 24.
  • 25. FILMMAKING EXPERIENCE • Training videos for machine building client to train maintenance technicians out of state
  • 26.
  • 27.
  • 28.
  • 29.
  • 30. FUTURE ASPIRATIONS • Author of non-fiction • Author of fiction • Children’s story author • Instructional Designer • Earn my PhD in Instructional Design A How-To Guide DAVID GOSCINSKI DESTROYING YOUR MARRIAGE The Boy with the Strange Colored Eggs Once upon a time, there was a boy named Landon. He was six years old, tall for his age, and had fiery, red hair. One day, he was walking in the woods near his home when he came across a basket filled with many colorful eggs. They sort of looked like Easter Eggs. Landon looked around, wondering who had dropped the basket with so many neat eggs in it. They sure were beautiful to look at. After some time of wondering what to do, he decided to take the basket home with him. On his way home, he came across a large group of older boys. One of them shouted, “Hey, Red! Where are you going?” Landon didn’t like having his hair color made fun of. So he tucked his head, and shyly tried to walk away. At that, one boy (the one who shouted) came up to Landon. “Where do you think you are going, little kid?” “I am not little,” said Landon. “What have you got in the basket? Let me see those,” said the older boy. All his friends laughed. The older boy then grabbed the basket from Landon saying, “What do you think this is, Easter?” His friends laughed again. “Look here, boys,” showing the eggs to his pals. “Looks like Red here has some pretty, little Easter Eggs.” “They aren’t really mine,” replied Landon. “I just found them on the side of the road back there.” “Yeah, sure. Likely story, Red. Well, I think I will take one of them off your hands. What do you think of that?” Landon didn’t like that idea one bit. He figured that the eggs in the basket were his eggs now. He didn’t like people stealing things from him, and he definitely didn’t like being made fun of. The older boy grabbed an egg from the basked saying, “Wow, this look like a pretty cool egg. I bet it’s tasty too.” He cracked the egg open, peeled it, and took a bite. Landon shouted, “I hope you choke on it. That’s what you deserve for stealing from me.” Suddenly, the older boy dropped the basket. Both of his hands went to his throat. He gagged. The older boy’s friends slapped him on the back in hopes of helping him breathe. During the confusion, Landon grabbed the basket and ran away.