Instructional Designer

Role Focus

This role focuses on the the design, user experience, and implementation of a specific curriculum. The goal is to the learner maximize adoption, engagement, and retention.

What Does This Role Do?

An instructional designer focuses on devising learning materials and content to aid every students' learning difficulties. These can include videos, books, and presentations. They are primarily responsible for conducting thorough research and analysis to identify the needs of students, crafting learning strategies in collaboration with experts. They are also responsible for developing tools and materials to help assess every students' progress, such as quizzes and examinations. Furthermore, an instructional designer needs to coordinate with all personnel involved with the project to ensure accuracy and timeliness.

Core Skills

UX sensibilities, technical skills, design and prototyping skills, curriculum design, excellent writing skills

Transferable skills

Specialist: Steeped in a spectrum of learning methods and experience shaping and delivering lesson activities

Teacher: Steeped in a spectrum of learning methods and experience shaping and delivering lesson activities

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