An instructional designer (ID) is the learners' advocate but also an architect who engineers effective learning experiences that should provide engaging learner-centered content and demonstrate leadership and support. To work in this profession means having a unique passion for creating innovative courses that will help others grow and learn in any field. An ID is often expected to have a plethora of skills and demonstrate a variety of competencies. One would be expected to be a specialist in integrating 21st-century ​technology, proficient in media production, and able to deliver instruction in various ways to fit the learners' needs. Instructional designers are often project managers, have effective communication and collaboration abilities, and have the ability to assess needs and think analytically. No matter the field I am designing for, having skills as a project manager is essential. 
     As your instructional designer, I aim to analyze and fix disconnections between learning performance and available tools. I am passionate about helping every learner succeed. Communication skills are essential to this profession to ensure the learner's needs and the course's expectations are met. Having an innovative growth mindset enables me to use technology to enhance learning experiences. I value continued education and seek ways to maximize my designs by continuously learning about the newest tools and methods. As your instructional designer, I aim to gather information, organize, and deliver content to learners in an appealing way using various strategies that produce performance outcomes. 
   

The possibilities are endless as to what I can help you with!

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