/ / / Instructional Design Thinking: Integrating Strategies to Engage All Learners

Instructional Design Thinking: Integrating Strategies to Engage All Learners


SKU: 3304 Category:


Back by popular demand! Instructional decision-making is a complex web of dynamically changing elements, and teachers? choices about what to prioritize often creates additional stress. This workshop focuses on the fundamental elements of instructional design and provides participants? opportunities to apply design thinking in lesson plan development. Participants will receive resources to use in instructional planning and preparation to differentiate learning and engage all students. Through the lens of design thinking, effective instructional decisions will come into focus and participants? confidence will increase.

Audience: Grade K-12 Teachers, Administrators and Coaches
Presenter(s): Melissa Quackenbush,TMI Associate; Lead Instructional Coach and Design Specialist
Delivery Format:?In-Person and Virtual/Livestream
Location: Ramapo College of New Jersey
Date/Times: TBD

Payment Methods and Cancellation/Refund Policy: Payment can be made by purchase order (PO) or check. Please mail all correspondence, including purchase orders, checks and agreements to TMI Education – ChangeMaker PLC Division at PO Box 922, Madison, NJ 07940. If you are unable to attend a program for which you have registered, email the ChangeMaker PLC at support@changemakeredu.org or call seven (7) days prior to the program to request a refund. No refunds will be granted unless notification is provided within this time frame. ChangeMaker reserves the right to cancel events for any reason, including inclement weather and instructor illness. If ChangeMaker makes the decision to cancel a workshop, we will use the EMAIL contact information you have provided to us to inform you. In addition, we will post the announcement of cancellation on the respective ChangeMaker website event page. If ChangeMaker cancels, participants will be provided a choice of:

  • a full refund;
  • transfer to another, upcoming workshop date and location (space permitting); or
  • credit toward a future workshop. (Please note that all credits expire one (1) year from the date that they are issued.)

Video-Recorded Virtual (Zoom) Sessions and Tips to Maintain your Privacy during a Recorded Session😕 As an?added value, all virtually-delivered programs are video recorded and accessible?to our workshop registrants and Professional Learning Consortium Members subsequent to the session.?Therefore, each?virtually-delivered?workshop?and webinar?will now have?Zoom?s Recording Disclaimer?enabled by default. With this feature, attendees will receive a notification when a recording starts or if they join a session that is already being recorded. The participant can then consent to stay in the session and be recorded or choose to leave the session altogether.

Tips to Maintain your Privacy during a Virtually-Delivered Session:?Actively engaging in Zoom sessions is important. Participants may have concerns, however, of a Zoom session recording capturing their participation. Meeting hosts or instructors are taking steps to minimize this concern. In addition to the consent, participants can also use the following steps and features to take control of what is shared when a session is being recorded.

  • Change your participant name displayed in Zoom (e.g. only use your first name, replace your name)
  • Disable your video
  • Mute your audio
  • Do not communicate via the chat feature
  • Do not upload an identifiable profile photo

Please refer to?Zoom?s Attendee Controls?for more information on how to use these features.


There are no reviews yet.

Be the first to review “Instructional Design Thinking: Integrating Strategies to Engage All Learners”

Your email address will not be published.