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Monday, July 11 • 1:30pm - 2:45pm
Hitting the Target: Instructional Design for Schoology

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Learn how create a project plan specifically designed for the unique challenges of course development. From initial needs analysis to final deployment, this session provides techniques and take-aways to enhance your own practices. This session is particularly geared towards collaborative development teams.


Session Objectives:
-Incorporate instructional design models like ADDIE, Dick & Carey, SAM and Agile to improve development planning.
-Map learning taxonomies to design decisions.
-Evaluate a project’s complexity and estimate timelines.
-Visualize development in Google Sheets to share progress with stakeholders.
-Identify design opportunities to enhance the participant experience.
-Validate course performance with embedded feedback


Presented by:
Bradley Kemp
Senior Instructional Desginer
Schoology
New York, NY

Bradley is a 3rd generation teacher and proud to introduce Schoology to master educators across the world on a daily basis. He works with instructional directors to develop strategic adoption plans to ensure deep and meaningful integrations of technology into the curriculum, echoing the mantra Change is not an event, it is a process. Prior to his work at Schoology, he designed eLearning solutions for Fortune 500 companies and volunteered teaching music to kids in Brooklyn, NY. In addition to his passion for education, Kemp is an accomplished musician, film maker, and theater director, supported by the Jim Henson Foundation, New York State Council for The Arts, and Meet the Composer, among others. Bradley has a Bachelor’s degree from the New England Conservatory of Music.

Julianne Treadwell
Instructional Designer
Schoology

As an Instructional Designer at Schoology, Julianne applies the principles of adult learning theories and methodologies to developing web-based training programs in support of Schoology users. She is fluent in Spanish and assists with international and translation projects across various departments, as well. Julianne has been with Schoology almost from the start, beginning as a Support Analyst before moving to Quality Assurance, Implementation, and finally the Instructional Design team. She enjoys drawing on the user stories she’s gathered during her four years with Schoology so that participants in her courses can see how the lessons she's teaching will be useful in their day-to-day application of Schoology.
When not finding creative solutions to delivering online learning, Julianne enjoys spending quality time with her husband and daughter, and continuing her lifelong hobbies of running, sewing, travel, and reading anthropology books.



















Monday July 11, 2016 1:30pm - 2:45pm
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