matic Design of Instruction. Pearson.
Upon completion of the course, students should be able to:1.
Demonstrate an understanding of the PMBOK (project management body of knowledge) by explaining, comparing and contrasting key dimensions of theframework;2.
Evaluate alternative strategies to meet the Stakeholders' demandsDiscuss emerging trends, concepts, and key issues in Project Management;3.
Analyze a project plan, or a description of a completed project, for best practicesand lessons learned;4.
Demonstrate elementary proficiency in a project management package, such as
Create a project proposal for an instructional design project that demonstrates masteryof PM concepts including (but not limited to):a.
The ability to write accurate, measurable project requirements;b.
Decision-making techniques for project work breakdown structures.Generation of appropriate project components such as activities, diagrams,computations ;c.
Communication of project details to various levels of management;d.
Discussion of the effect of project delays and constraints on project durationand cost.
The objectives for this course focus on the following (IBSTPI) core competencies:1.
Communicate effectively in visual, oral and written form.b)
Update and Improve One’s Knowledge, Skills and Attitudes Pertaining to Instructio
nalDesign and Related Fields.c)
Apply fundamental research skills to instructional design projects.d)
Identify and Resolve Ethical and Legal Implications of Design in the Work place.2.
Planning & Analysis