A video about the MIT Program:
Classes I have taught at UNCW (updated 8/2018):
MIT 500- Instructional Design – The entire process from start to finish
MIT 511 – Intro to multimedia for instructional design
MIT 515 – Web Teaching: Design and Development – Strategies for teaching online.
MIT 520 – Project Management – Project Management for Instructional Designers.
MIT 517 – Games and Simulations in Training – Game theory, design, and development
MIT 513 – Computer Based Instruction – Design and develop computer and mobile based instruction
MIT 519 – Human Computer Interaction and Design – Designing interfaces for the monitor and mobile device.
MIT 502 – Performance Improvement – Front end analysis, change, and how to determine a problem
MIT 530 – Evaluation – How to conduct a full evaluation
MIT 503 – Intro to Computer Programming – How to program for mobile, computer, and web
EDN 303 – Instructional Design for Educators – Strategies for implementing technology into K-12 education.
How do I teach my courses?
I use a hybrid/blended model. My courses consist of live (virtual) and online components. More recently my courses are 100% asynchronous with live meetings when needed.
For more information on my department and courses go to: http://uncw.edu/ed/mit/
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To access my classes please go to:
Blackboard – http://learn.uncw.edu
Some of the places my students are working:
Booz Allen Hamilton
Bank of America
DST Health Solutions
GAP/Old Navy/Banana Republic Corporate
American Institute for Certified Public Accountants
New Hanover Regional Medical Center
*Many branches of the military and government
*We also have alumni working internationally
Burlington School District VT
New Hanover County Schools
Pender County Schools
Brunswick County Schools
NC State University
University of Louisville
University of VA
Penn State University
North Carolina Virtual Public School
*Many more school districts and universities throughout the US