MIDD 500 Introduction to Instructional Design and Development
This course introduces students to the cognitive and experiential content of the MIDD program, which include key ideas, concepts, and writings in the field of instructional design.
MIDD 510 Foundations of Active Learning
Students examine the principles of active learning, including the usage of resources such as Bloom’s Taxonomy in contemporary curriculum.
MIDD 520 Project Management
Students construct a project management document through MS Project that outlines the tasks and timelines needed to complete MIDD 650. This document includes a Project Charter, work breakdown structures, project phases, and proper project planning tools and procedures. (1 credit hr)
MIDD 530 Instructional Strategies for the Online Classroom
Students assess the various methods of how people learn, and then formulate an appropriate process for transferring those methods to an online learning environment.
MIDD 540 Developing Learning Products
In this course, students integrate active learning applications such as games, simulations, cooperative student projects, and interactive case studies into practical curriculum.
MIDD 550 Developing Digital Assets
Students develop digital assets in the form of text, image, audio, and video files for usage in completing MIDD 650. Emphasis is placed on the importance of organizing and storing digital assets through a Digital Asset Management System. (1 credit hr)
MIDD 600 Evaluating Online Technologies
In this course, students investigate modern techniques in online teaching and learning pedagogy, while incorporating evaluative strategies specific to the online learning environment.
MIDD 610 Best Practices for Online Facilitation
Students combine interactive online learning elements, modern technologies, and student expectations with the multiple roles of a facilitator.
MIDD 620 Developing Enhanced Programs
Students design and integrate face-to-face or synchronous activities to augment an online course, thereby producing a blended learning experience. This course will be integrated into MIDD 650. (1 credit hr)
MIDD 630 Assessment of Student Learning
Students analyze the extent to which knowledge is learned and applied through curriculum design, while considering the importance that external stakeholders comprise in the academic assessment process.
MIDD 640 Performance Support Systems
Students evaluate the various systems used by their target audience in performing their daily work to identify opportunities for improvement in the systems or in their instructional designs.
MIDD 650 Instructional Design and Development Final Project
Students develop a project based on their prior work in MIDD 520, 550, and 620. The focus of the project is to allow students to investigate areas of personal and professional interest through a project of their own design as agreed upon with the instructor. (1 credit hr)
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