A few details
This program (requested by Missouri Online’s faculty advisory council) initially included three badges (design, assessment, and community) made up of ten individual focused and autonomous “sprints” or short courses.
Each sprint is estimated to take three hours total for participants and consists of three sections: (1) Context: Review the latest information and guidance for each topic; (2) Connect: Book a 1-hour virtual support appointment (via Microsoft Teams) with a Missouri Online instructional or media designer; and (3) Create: Create/update relevant instructional materials and share your work.
How I solved it
All sprints incorporated the latest scholarship of teaching and learning research and asked participants to design and/or develop authentic instructional materials that align with current best practices.
Centering Relevance with Authentic Pedagogy
Along withe managing the overarching development of the program (including template design, content creation, Canvas Catalog administration, and quality assurance), I also fully developed a sprint on incorporating authentic pedagogy.
With the help of our videographer/animator, I created the video below showcasing examples authentic educational activities.
Days to design/develop