The purpose of any instructional design (ID) material is to be concise with the information being delivered while also remaining engaging to the viewer. Below are several examples of ID created using different methods of delivery. Click on the icons below to view videos.

 
 
     

Additional samples of Instrctional Design projects created for mypearsontraining.com can be found here:

Common Core Literature
Texas Social Studies
enVisionMATH Texas 2015

 

 

 

 

Reading Street: "Get Ready to Read"

Professional development video

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This is a professional development video created for Pearson Education's Reading Street program. This video is used as part of an online resource for instructors using the Reading Street program in their school districts. I was responsible for all post-production work in this series of videos, 15 in total.

 

Flipped Learning Network: "What is Flipped Learning"

Professional development video

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This is one of a series of videos created for Pearson Education's Flipped Learning program. This video is used as part of a series of marketing videos to promote the Flipped Learning program to school districts nationally. I was responsible for all post-production work in this series of videos, 8 videos in total.

 

The Big Idea: "Alternate Assessment"

Professional development video

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This is one of a series of videos created for Pearson Education's Big Idea program. Utilizing Apple Motion 5 to create video.

Qwinnett County Public Schools

Performance Task Pilot: Phase 1

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