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Welcome to my process portfolio!

The content within this portfolio will represent both finished works and works in progress.

The process portfolio was created for the courses Fundamentals of Instructional Design & Human Performance Technology, which are part of my graduate degree in Educational Technology at Concordia University.  Specifically, this process portfolio covers the analysis, design, development, implementation, and evaluation (ADDIE Model) of an instructional design and performance campaign projects of my choice.

Part 1 of this portfolio covers the instructional design project, which is divided into three distinct, but all-encompassing parts: Learning Needs Assessment, Learning Program, and Formative Evaluation Plan.

1) Learning Needs Assessment: This report provides the background of the project, the objectives of the program, as well as drafts of the evaluation instruments intended to measure these objectives.

2) Learning Program: The materials that address the needs identified in the Learning Needs Assessment.  This includes the Learner’s Guide, Learning Program Visuals, and Instructor’s Guide.  A modified iTunes U Course was also created as a bonus, separate from the initial instructional design project.

3) Learning Program Concept Map: An illustrated explanation that describes the relationship between all the objectives covered in the learning program and the strategy for presenting those objectives to the learner.

4) Learning Program Demo: A short promotional video raising awareness of the learning program.

5) Formative Evaluation Plan: Formative evaluation covering pilot tests, technical reviews, and production reviews.

Please note that this particular instructional design project is hypothetical. 

A 30-minute unit of instruction has been prepared based on a topic of my choice.

Part 2 of this portfolio covers the performance campaign project, which is divided into three distinct, but all-encompassing parts: Performance Needs Assessment, High-Level Design, and Detailed Design of Non-Instructional Interventions.

6) Performance Needs Assessment: This report considers the needs underlying the current issue from the perspective of performance improvement through the use interventions.

7) High-Level Design: A plan that reinforces the performance and motivates learners/performers to sustain it, which includes a “visual” map showing the major components of the performance campaign project.

8) Detailed Design of Non-Instructional Interventions: Drafts of the interventions with the intention of building performance without using instruction.

Please note that this particular performance campaign project is hypothetical.

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