Learn to apply the ADDIE model through the development of a course module. You will gain an overview of the foundations of technical writing and use concepts and components covered in previous courses to prepare a course module using a development template.
XCDA 10007 - Media Trends in Instructional Design with a minimum grade of C-
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XCDA 10008 - 90093 - Curriculum Template Design
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Casey Allen is a seasoned education professional with over twenty years of experience in e-learning, curriculum development and instructional design. Currently, he educates students in courses like Media Trends and Curriculum Template Design at MRU.
Casey's diverse career includes being a member of groundbreaking teams that created and launched the first online Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) and Bachelor of Technology degrees at NAIT, revolutionizing online education. His global impact extends to collaborating on an English teacher training program in South Korea and he is currently involved in developing an online-only BBA in Trades at Algonquin College.
With academic achievements, including two master’s degrees from prestigious institutions, and diverse interests, such as culinary arts, world travel and SCUBA diving, Casey brings a wealth of experience and creativity to the field.
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