Edtech Instructional Design

MassiveU, Inc. Instructional Design

Role

Instructional Designers- K12 and Professional Learning (contract)

August 2018 — current


Responsibilities

  • Worked with the Director of Learning and external stakeholders to discover course needs
  • Design and create effective MassiveU courses to meet a variety of needs and audiences, using our online pedagogy and best practices in course design
  • Work with internal and external subject matter experts to develop courses, including leveraging a network of contractors for video content production
  • Design and create original instructional videos or interactive simulations that align to MassiveU standards
  • Assess course quality through critical reviews developing actionable improvement plans
  • Maintain and revise course content on a regular basis
  • Research course and instructional video content
  • Instructional video script writing
  • Storyboarding
  • Instructional video filming
  • Collaborate regularly with Director of Learning, Andrew Claassen (See LinkedIn profile)

About MassiveU, Inc.

“MassiveU is a digital learning Platform-As-A-Service (PLAAS) company in the white hot Education Technology space. We provide innovative project-based, social learning solutions to education publishers and other learning content providers. We’re a purpose-driven company, intent on transforming education, developing more college & career ready students and teachers, globally!”

Angelo Biasi- FOUNDER & CEO

15 years serving higher education institutions as founder of two direct marketing agencies and one secondary education media company. Mobile Marketing/Learning domain expert as NYU and UMSL Adjunct. Created the 1st course taught online & over mobile phones. MBA, University of Connecticut.

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Andrew Claassen- DIRECTOR OF LEARNING

An educational professional working in the fields of education, instructional design, technology, and online learning for the past 9 years. Currently the Director of Learning for MassiveU.

As a technology integration enthusiast earning the nickname of “Red-headed tech child”, I am confident that my skill set and motivation to create innovative learning experiences will add value to the right company as I am currently searching for the next chapter to grow and have a larger impact as a learning specialist. I am a classroom instructor, Instructional Designer, UX and UI Designer, and edtech evangelist who is passionate about creating and facilitating professional learning opportunities. Through out my journey, I am honored that most people who learn with me would describe me as passionate and knowledgeable. This motivation to foster continuous improvement carries into my roles as a UX/UI Designer and Instructional Designer for U.S. based educational technology companies such as Learnics and MassiveU. Inc where I collaborate with the Director of Learning, and Co-Founder to customize learning experiences and content for their unique audiences. While working with these innovative companies, I have made an impact through: • Contracting to enhance design patterns, layout, and typography with block and custom HTML of the company website resulting in a boost of visits by 132.5% • Conceptualizing job aid and conference materials in Photoshop • Mock up wireframe and style guide • Strategizing eLearning content development, develop learning objectives and activities, research, and script writing, storyboarding, and filming for the instructor’s guides and instructional videos • Orchestrating innovative, blended learning solutions to improve learner’s skill set with a focus to increase participant engagement of tools and pedagogical practices, as well as customize content to meet individual's needs across the United States. • Transforming classroom learning experiences as an Instructional and Technology Leader • Providing diverse core competencies in the area of employee training, instructional design, eLearning development, and technical skills

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