For my Advanced Learning Design Course, I collaborated with two of my classmates to create a training for the managers at the Community Living Centers, so that they could then teach their direct care workers. This was my favorite project by far, as it involved many interviews, and my group came up with many innovative ways for learners in such a fast paced environment. It was also the last project I worked on in-person before the pandemic began.
My biggest solo project yet, I am improving the application for Continuing Education Clock Hours through Wayne State University School of Social Works’ Continuing Education and Professional Development Department. This means that course creators that want to provide Social Workers with credits towards renewing their licenses can apply, and if approved the CE and PD department will manage the tracking of attendance, post-tests, and certificate distribution. The internal application is nearly complete, and a public application will be made over the summer.
During my introduction class, I wanted to focus on helping people study more efficiently by teaching them how to draw. This project is on hold due to Covid-19, but I hope to return to it in the future. You can learn more about it at this page.
For my needs assessment course, I worked with classmates to focus on the needs of students on campus. To understand the students first was important, so that I could motivate them to attend events I create to teach them how to sketch while studying. This project is on hold due to Covid-19, but I hope to return to it in the future. You can learn more about it at this page.