Monday 10:00 AM – 10:50 AM Pacific Time
Online via Zoom
Good design leads to good teaching and a “wellness check-up” for your online course ensures all of the course elements (assessments, instructional materials, learning activities, and technology) work together in
Good design leads to good teaching and a “wellness check-up” for your online course ensures all of the course elements (assessments, instructional materials, learning activities, and technology) work together in alignment with the learning outcomes. During this presentation, you will use an alignment mapping tool to give one course module a “wellness check-up,” which you can then apply to the rest of your course.
Whether you are creating a new course from scratch or revamping an existing course, come learn how alignment creates “instructionally sound” courses where students focus on the necessary knowledge and skill to achieve desired outcomes.
Instructional Designer, Idaho State University
Mark Cooper is an Instructional Designer who works with faculty to create new online courses and improve upon existing online courses. He has over 14 years of professional work experience as an instructional designer, eLearning developer, and organizational development consultant in the corporate sector and a deep passion for learning and development and principles of instructional design.
Mark’s education includes a B.S. in Marketing and an M.B.A. with a focus in Information Technology and Organizational Development from Point Park University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Mark is a Certified Peer Reviewer through Quality Matters.