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Instructional Design Pro Part 1: No Beginners Allowed
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6h 25m

This course is designed for those interested to learn the basics of instructional design for content creation and be able to put it in a form that is easy to deliver and present in an attractive slideshow.

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6h 25m


Jason Teteak has taught more than one million people how to flawlessly command attention and connect with audiences in their unique style.

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About This Course

How Does It Work?

The Complete Public Speaking and Presentation Bootcamp is a 16 hour online workshop, that is divided into three parts:

Part 1 (Create): Content Creation (YOU ARE HERE)

  • Create Welcome and Introduction
  • Prepare an Irresistible Menu
  • Create Your Core Content
  • Map Out Your Message
  • Add Variety to Your Visuals
  • Create Action Items

Part 2 (Convey): Delivery Skills

  • Convey Welcome and Introduction
  • Start with a Killer Opener
  • Command With Your Body
  • Convince With Your Voice
  • Overcome Your Presentation Fears
  • Appear Confident and Credible
  • Convey Action Items

Part 3 (Captain): Audience Management, Engagement, Laughter

  • Captain Welcome and Introduction
  • Keep the Audience Captivated
  • Make Your Presentation Enjoyable
  • Tailor Your Approach
  • Stay on Schedule
  • Answer Any Question
  • Minimize Distractions
  • Close to Applause
  • Captain Action Items

By the time we’re finished, you’ll have an amazing presentation, plus all the skills you need to deliver that presentation with confidence and genuine engagement.

Our Promise to You

By the end of this course, you will have learned about instructional design for content creation.

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Course Curriculum

Section 1 - Introduction And Welcome To Curriculum Structural Design
Start Here – Instructional Design 00:00:00
Downloadable Materials 00:00:00
What Makes an Amazing Training Curriculum – Part 1 00:00:00
What Makes an Amazing Training Curriculum – Part 2 00:00:00
Section 2 - Identify With Your Audience
Identify With Your Audience Introduction 00:00:00
Identify Their Roles 00:00:00
Identify Their Goals 00:00:00
Identify Their Why 00:00:00
Section 3 - Identify What They Do
Identify What They Already Do 00:00:00
Identify What They Already Do – Activity 1 00:00:00
Identify What They Want To Do 00:00:00
Identify What They Need To Do 00:00:00
Section 4 - Organize What They Do
Organize What They Do Intro 00:00:00
Organize Tasks And Sub Tasks – Part 1 00:00:00
Organize Tasks And Sub Tasks – Part 2 00:00:00
Create Modules And Lessons 00:00:00
Set Up A Curriculum Design Spreadsheet 00:00:00
Section 5 - Determine What To Teach
Understanding Objectives 00:00:00
Understanding Objectives – Activity 1 00:00:00
Determine Conventions To Teach 00:00:00
Determine Algorithms To Teach 00:00:00
Determine Concepts To Teach 00:00:00
Section 6 - Organize What To Teach
Simplify And Group Objectives – Part 1 00:00:00
Simplify And Group Objectives – Part 2 00:00:00
Add Objectives To The Curriculum Design Spreadsheet 00:00:00
Mark Objectives For Assessments 00:00:00
Section 7 - Determine The Initial Class Structure
Solidify Specific Course Groupings 00:00:00
Customize Course Titles And Lesson Titles 00:00:00
Determine Course Timelines 00:00:00

Course Review


1 Ratings
  1. Anonymous

    The Usual Suspects Guide to Instructional Designing


    Having not studied for ages, and figuring this was a growth industry, it looked like a nice little option to transfer journalism skills. It was weird – and quite amazing how none of this seemed to make the remotest sense unless the last 10 minutes of the course, when it all came together into a perfect illustration of theory – hence my reference to the Usual Suspects, where it all makes sense at the end. Looking forward now to parts two and three.

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