Department of Middle Eastern Studies
Department of Middle Eastern Studies

Olla Al-Shalchi


Assistant Professor of InstructionPhD, Instructional Design and Technology, Old Dominion University

Assistant Professor of Instruction and Arabic Program Coordinator
Olla Al-Shalchi

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Courses


ARA 381L • Intensive Arabic II

40513 • Spring 2020
Meets MWF 10:00AM-11:00AM MEZ 1.118
(also listed as ARA 611C)

This course continues the work in ARA 601C, 611C and 621K in pushing students towards proficiency in reading, speaking, writing, listening, and culture. It introduces students to various topics in Arab culture and thought in order to expand language skills, advance vocabulary acquisition, and build toward Intermediate High proficiency in all skills. Coursework thus focuses on helping students master and activate large amounts of vocabulary and utilize the root and pattern system as a comprehension and learning tool. We continue to develop reading and listening strategies that enable students to comprehend main ideas in authentic texts. Communicative skills continue to remain a priority, and include work in colloquial Arabic. Preparation for class and active, cooperative participation in small group activities remain essential components of the course. Students should expect to spend two to three hours daily on homework and class preparation. Requirements also include occasional presentations, exams, and weekly writing activities. Not open to native speakers of Arabic. 

Grading Policy

To be provided by instructor.

Texts

Al-Kitaab fi Ta'allum al-Arabiyya Part II.

ARA 601C • Intensive Arabic I

40085 • Fall 2019
Meets MWF 10:00AM-11:00AM MEZ 1.122

Dialect: Iraqi

This course is the first semester of intensive Arabic language instruction. Not open to native speakers of Arabic. Heritage speakers of Arabic and students who have studied Arabic before must contact the language placement coordinator for a placement test before beginning this course.

ARA 601C • Intensive Arabic I

40105 • Fall 2019
Meets MWF 11:00AM-12:00PM GAR 2.128

Dialect: Iraqi

This course is the first semester of intensive Arabic language instruction. Not open to native speakers of Arabic. Heritage speakers of Arabic and students who have studied Arabic before must contact the language placement coordinator for a placement test before beginning this course.

ARA 381L • Intensive Arabic IV

40921 • Spring 2019
Meets MWF 11:00AM-12:00PM MEZ 1.118
(also listed as ARA 621L)

This course continues the work in ARA 601C, 611C and 621K in pushing students towards proficiency in reading, speaking, writing, listening, and culture. It introduces students to various topics in Arab culture and thought in order to expand language skills, advance vocabulary acquisition, and build toward Intermediate High proficiency in all skills. Coursework thus focuses on helping students master and activate large amounts of vocabulary and utilize the root and pattern system as a comprehension and learning tool. We continue to develop reading and listening strategies that enable students to comprehend main ideas in authentic texts. Communicative skills continue to remain a priority, and include work in colloquial Arabic. Preparation for class and active, cooperative participation in small group activities remain essential components of the course. Students should expect to spend two to three hours daily on homework and class preparation. Requirements also include occasional presentations, exams, and weekly writing activities. Not open to native speakers of Arabic. 

Grading Policy

To be provided by instructor.

Texts

Al-Kitaab fi Ta'allum al-Arabiyya Part II.

ARA 381L • Intensive Arabic IV

40922 • Spring 2019
Meets MWF 10:00AM-11:00AM MEZ 1.206
(also listed as ARA 621L)

This course continues the work in ARA 601C, 611C and 621K in pushing students towards proficiency in reading, speaking, writing, listening, and culture. It introduces students to various topics in Arab culture and thought in order to expand language skills, advance vocabulary acquisition, and build toward Intermediate High proficiency in all skills. Coursework thus focuses on helping students master and activate large amounts of vocabulary and utilize the root and pattern system as a comprehension and learning tool. We continue to develop reading and listening strategies that enable students to comprehend main ideas in authentic texts. Communicative skills continue to remain a priority, and include work in colloquial Arabic. Preparation for class and active, cooperative participation in small group activities remain essential components of the course. Students should expect to spend two to three hours daily on homework and class preparation. Requirements also include occasional presentations, exams, and weekly writing activities. Not open to native speakers of Arabic. 

Grading Policy

To be provided by instructor.

Texts

Al-Kitaab fi Ta'allum al-Arabiyya Part II.

ARA 360L • Contemporary World Challenges

41087 • Fall 2018
Meets MWF 12:00PM-1:00PM JES A305A

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ARA 381H • Intensive Arabic I

41095 • Fall 2018
Meets MWF 10:00AM-11:00AM WAG 112
(also listed as ARA 601C)

This course is the first semester of intensive Arabic language instruction. Not open to native speakers of Arabic. Heritage speakers of Arabic and students who have studied Arabic before must contact the language placement coordinator for a placement test before beginning this course.

Texts

Brustad, Al-Batal, Al-Tonsi: Alif Baa:  Introduction to Arabic Letters and Sounds 3rd edition

Brustad, Al-Batal, Al-Tonsi: Al-Kitaab fi Ta'allum al-Arabiyya: Part One with DVDs 3rd edition

alkitaabtextbook.com student access key 

Available at Austin TXbooks (Beat the Bookstore) at 2116 Guadalupe St.

Grading

To be provided by instructor.

ARA 381J • Intensive Arabic II

40880 • Spring 2018
Meets MWF 9:00AM-10:00AM MEZ 1.202
(also listed as ARA 611C)

This course builds communicative skills in formal and colloquial Arabic as well as Arab culture through listening, speaking, reading and writing activities in and outside of class. The course focuses on Intermediate level tasks and topics, which involve daily life, as well as developing efficient reading strategies and listening skills. At the end of the semester students should expect to have reached Intermediate proficiency, to be able to communicate with others about daily life topics and understand simple texts on familiar topics, and to have an active vocabulary of approximately 600 words. Not open to native speakers of Arabic.

 

Texts

Brustad, Al-Batal, Al-Tonsi: Alif Baa:  Introduction to Arabic Letters and Sounds

Brustad, Al-Batal, Al-Tonsi: Al-Kitaab fi Ta'allum al-Arabiyya: Part One with DVDs


Grading

To be provided by instructor. 

ARA 381J • Intensv Grad Lang Instructn II

40885 • Spring 2018
Meets MWF 9:00AM-10:00AM MEZ 2.122

This course builds communicative skills in formal and colloquial Arabic as well as Arab culture through listening, speaking, reading and writing activities in and outside of class. The course focuses on Intermediate level tasks and topics, which involve daily life, as well as developing efficient reading strategies and listening skills. At the end of the semester students should expect to have reached Intermediate proficiency, to be able to communicate with others about daily life topics and understand simple texts on familiar topics, and to have an active vocabulary of approximately 600 words. Not open to native speakers of Arabic.

 

Texts

Brustad, Al-Batal, Al-Tonsi: Alif Baa:  Introduction to Arabic Letters and Sounds

Brustad, Al-Batal, Al-Tonsi: Al-Kitaab fi Ta'allum al-Arabiyya: Part One with DVDs


Grading

To be provided by instructor. 

ARA 381J • Intensive Arabic II

40890 • Spring 2018
Meets MWF 11:00AM-12:00PM MEZ 1.202
(also listed as ARA 611C)

This course builds communicative skills in formal and colloquial Arabic as well as Arab culture through listening, speaking, reading and writing activities in and outside of class. The course focuses on Intermediate level tasks and topics, which involve daily life, as well as developing efficient reading strategies and listening skills. At the end of the semester students should expect to have reached Intermediate proficiency, to be able to communicate with others about daily life topics and understand simple texts on familiar topics, and to have an active vocabulary of approximately 600 words. Not open to native speakers of Arabic.

 

Texts

Brustad, Al-Batal, Al-Tonsi: Alif Baa:  Introduction to Arabic Letters and Sounds

Brustad, Al-Batal, Al-Tonsi: Al-Kitaab fi Ta'allum al-Arabiyya: Part One with DVDs


Grading

To be provided by instructor. 

ARA 381J • Intensv Grad Lang Instructn II

40895 • Spring 2018
Meets MWF 12:00PM-1:00PM MEZ 1.202

This course builds communicative skills in formal and colloquial Arabic as well as Arab culture through listening, speaking, reading and writing activities in and outside of class. The course focuses on Intermediate level tasks and topics, which involve daily life, as well as developing efficient reading strategies and listening skills. At the end of the semester students should expect to have reached Intermediate proficiency, to be able to communicate with others about daily life topics and understand simple texts on familiar topics, and to have an active vocabulary of approximately 600 words. Not open to native speakers of Arabic.

 

Texts

Brustad, Al-Batal, Al-Tonsi: Alif Baa:  Introduction to Arabic Letters and Sounds

Brustad, Al-Batal, Al-Tonsi: Al-Kitaab fi Ta'allum al-Arabiyya: Part One with DVDs


Grading

To be provided by instructor. 

ARA 381L • Intensv Grad Lang Instructn IV

40915 • Spring 2018
Meets MWF 11:00AM-12:00PM MEZ 1.118

This course continues the work in ARA 601C, 611C and 621K in pushing students towards proficiency in reading, speaking, writing, listening, and culture. It introduces students to various topics in Arab culture and thought in order to expand language skills, advance vocabulary acquisition, and build toward Intermediate High proficiency in all skills. Coursework thus focuses on helping students master and activate large amounts of vocabulary and utilize the root and pattern system as a comprehension and learning tool. We continue to develop reading and listening strategies that enable students to comprehend main ideas in authentic texts. Communicative skills continue to remain a priority, and include work in colloquial Arabic. Preparation for class and active, cooperative participation in small group activities remain essential components of the course. Students should expect to spend two to three hours daily on homework and class preparation. Requirements also include occasional presentations, exams, and weekly writing activities. Not open to native speakers of Arabic. 

Grading Policy

To be provided by instructor.

Texts

Al-Kitaab fi Ta'allum al-Arabiyya Part II.

ARA 381L • Intensv Grad Lang Instructn IV

40920 • Spring 2018
Meets MWF 1:00PM-2:00PM MEZ 2.122

This course continues the work in ARA 601C, 611C and 621K in pushing students towards proficiency in reading, speaking, writing, listening, and culture. It introduces students to various topics in Arab culture and thought in order to expand language skills, advance vocabulary acquisition, and build toward Intermediate High proficiency in all skills. Coursework thus focuses on helping students master and activate large amounts of vocabulary and utilize the root and pattern system as a comprehension and learning tool. We continue to develop reading and listening strategies that enable students to comprehend main ideas in authentic texts. Communicative skills continue to remain a priority, and include work in colloquial Arabic. Preparation for class and active, cooperative participation in small group activities remain essential components of the course. Students should expect to spend two to three hours daily on homework and class preparation. Requirements also include occasional presentations, exams, and weekly writing activities. Not open to native speakers of Arabic. 

Grading Policy

To be provided by instructor.

Texts

Al-Kitaab fi Ta'allum al-Arabiyya Part II.

ARA 381N • Intensv Grad Lang Instructn Vi

40925 • Spring 2018
Meets MF 12:00PM-1:00PM CAL 419

This course takes students from the study of language through culture to the study of culture through language as the focus gradually shifts from exercises and drills to discussion of reading and listening texts. The course aims to push students toward the cultural and linguistic competence of educated native speakers, and allows for students to incorporate their own areas of research into the class. Not open to native speakers of Arabic.

Grading Policy

To be provided by instructor.

Texts

Al-Kitaab fi Ta'allum al-Arabiyya Part II.

ARA 381N • Intensv Grad Lang Instructn Vi

40930 • Spring 2018
Meets MF 2:00PM-3:00PM MEZ 1.204

This course takes students from the study of language through culture to the study of culture through language as the focus gradually shifts from exercises and drills to discussion of reading and listening texts. The course aims to push students toward the cultural and linguistic competence of educated native speakers, and allows for students to incorporate their own areas of research into the class. Not open to native speakers of Arabic.

Grading Policy

To be provided by instructor.

Texts

Al-Kitaab fi Ta'allum al-Arabiyya Part II.

ARA 381H • Intensive Arabic I

41260 • Fall 2017
Meets MWF 9:00AM-10:00AM MEZ 1.208
(also listed as ARA 601C)

This course is the first semester of intensive Arabic language instruction. Not open to native speakers of Arabic. Heritage speakers of Arabic and students who have studied Arabic before must contact the language placement coordinator for a placement test before beginning this course.

Texts

Brustad, Al-Batal, Al-Tonsi: Alif Baa:  Introduction to Arabic Letters and Sounds 3rd edition

Brustad, Al-Batal, Al-Tonsi: Al-Kitaab fi Ta'allum al-Arabiyya: Part One with DVDs 3rd edition

alkitaabtextbook.com student access key 

Available at Austin TXbooks (Beat the Bookstore) at 2116 Guadalupe St.

Grading

To be provided by instructor.

ARA 381H • Intensv Grad Lang Instructn I

41265 • Fall 2017
Meets MWF 10:00AM-11:00AM CAL 422

This course is the first semester of intensive Arabic language instruction. Not open to native speakers of Arabic. Heritage speakers of Arabic and students who have studied Arabic before must contact the language placement coordinator for a placement test before beginning this course.

Texts

Brustad, Al-Batal, Al-Tonsi: Alif Baa:  Introduction to Arabic Letters and Sounds 3rd edition

Brustad, Al-Batal, Al-Tonsi: Al-Kitaab fi Ta'allum al-Arabiyya: Part One with DVDs 3rd edition

alkitaabtextbook.com student access key 

Available at Austin TXbooks (Beat the Bookstore) at 2116 Guadalupe St.

Grading

To be provided by instructor.

ARA 381H • Intensv Grad Lang Instructn I

41275 • Fall 2017
Meets MWF 1:00PM-2:00PM MEZ 1.102

This course is the first semester of intensive Arabic language instruction. Not open to native speakers of Arabic. Heritage speakers of Arabic and students who have studied Arabic before must contact the language placement coordinator for a placement test before beginning this course.

Texts

Brustad, Al-Batal, Al-Tonsi: Alif Baa:  Introduction to Arabic Letters and Sounds 3rd edition

Brustad, Al-Batal, Al-Tonsi: Al-Kitaab fi Ta'allum al-Arabiyya: Part One with DVDs 3rd edition

alkitaabtextbook.com student access key 

Available at Austin TXbooks (Beat the Bookstore) at 2116 Guadalupe St.

Grading

To be provided by instructor.

ARA 381K • Intensive Arabic III

41300 • Fall 2017
Meets MWF 10:00AM-11:00AM MEZ 1.216
(also listed as ARA 621K)

This course is the third semester of intensive Arabic language instruction and is not open to native speakers of Arabic.

Texts

Brustad, Al-Batal, Al-Tonsi:  Al-Kitaab fi Ta'allum al-Arabiyya Part One with DVDs

Grading

To be provided by instructor.

ARA 381K • Intensv Grad Lang Instruc III

41305 • Fall 2017
Meets MWF 12:00PM-1:00PM MEZ 1.122

This course is the third semester of intensive Arabic language instruction and is not open to native speakers of Arabic.

Texts

Brustad, Al-Batal, Al-Tonsi:  Al-Kitaab fi Ta'allum al-Arabiyya Part One with DVDs

Grading

To be provided by instructor.

ARA 381K • Intensv Grad Lang Instruc III

41310 • Fall 2017
Meets MWF 2:00PM-3:00PM MEZ 1.216

This course is the third semester of intensive Arabic language instruction and is not open to native speakers of Arabic.

Texts

Brustad, Al-Batal, Al-Tonsi:  Al-Kitaab fi Ta'allum al-Arabiyya Part One with DVDs

Grading

To be provided by instructor.

ARA 381K • Intensv Grad Lang Instruc III

41316 • Fall 2017
Meets MWF 2:00PM-3:00PM CAL 422

This course is the third semester of intensive Arabic language instruction and is not open to native speakers of Arabic.

Texts

Brustad, Al-Batal, Al-Tonsi:  Al-Kitaab fi Ta'allum al-Arabiyya Part One with DVDs

Grading

To be provided by instructor.

ARA 381M • Intensv Grad Lang Instructn V

41320 • Fall 2017
Meets MF 9:00AM-10:00AM MEZ 1.202

This course is the fifth semester of intensive Arabic language instruction and is not open to native speakers of Arabic.

Texts

Brustad, Al-Batal, Al-Tonsi:  Al-Kitaab fi Ta'allum al-Arabiyya Part Two with DVDs 

Grading

To be provided by instructor.

ARA 381M • Intensv Grad Lang Instructn V

41325 • Fall 2017
Meets MF 12:00PM-1:00PM MEZ 2.118

This course is the fifth semester of intensive Arabic language instruction and is not open to native speakers of Arabic.

Texts

Brustad, Al-Batal, Al-Tonsi:  Al-Kitaab fi Ta'allum al-Arabiyya Part Two with DVDs 

Grading

To be provided by instructor.

ARA 611C • Intensive Arabic II

41265 • Spring 2017
Meets MWF 10:00AM-11:00AM MEZ 1.202

This course builds communicative skills in formal and colloquial Arabic as well as Arab culture through listening, speaking, reading and writing activities in and outside of class. The course focuses on Intermediate level tasks and topics, which involve daily life, as well as developing efficient reading strategies and listening skills. At the end of the semester students should expect to have reached Intermediate proficiency, to be able to communicate with others about daily life topics and understand simple texts on familiar topics, and to have an active vocabulary of approximately 600 words. In addition to daily reading, listening, and writing homework, the course requires participation in group work in class, presentations, quizzes, and tests. Students should expect to spend at least two hours of homework daily. Requirements also include active participation in group work during class, and occasional presentations, quizzes, and tests. Not open to native speakers of Arabic.

Grading:

To be provided by instructor.

Texts:

Al-Kitaab fi Ta'allum al-Arabiyya I, Dictionary of Modern Arabic, Wehr/Cowan

Course Meeting Times:

This course meets M-F. Please check the online course schedule for the TTH meeting times.

ARA 601C • Intensive Arabic I

41085 • Fall 2016
Meets MWF 9:00AM-10:00AM MEZ 1.212

This course is the first semester of intensive Arabic language instruction. Not open to native speakers of Arabic. Heritage speakers of Arabic and students who have studied Arabic before must contact the language placement coordinator for a placement test before beginning this course.

ARA 601C • Intensive Arabic I

41090 • Fall 2016
Meets MWF 10:00AM-11:00AM MEZ 1.102

This course is the first semester of intensive Arabic language instruction. Not open to native speakers of Arabic. Heritage speakers of Arabic and students who have studied Arabic before must contact the language placement coordinator for a placement test before beginning this course.

CV


Olla Najah Al-Shalchi

 

 Department of Middle Eastern Studies, College of Liberal Arts204 W. 21st St F9400 olla@austin.utexas.edu

 

Education

*      Ph.D., Instructional Design and Technology at Old Dominion University, 2015

*      Alternative Certification for Teachers Houston for the 4-8 Generalist Teacher and passed the TExES exam, 2006

*      M.A., Teaching Arabic as a Foreign Language at the American University in Cairo, 2006

*      Center for Arabic Study Abroad full year fellow (June 2002- May 2003)

*      B.A. with Honors from the University of Texas in Austin with a double major in Arabic Language and Literature and Islamic Studies, 2002

*      Attended the intensive summer program at Middlebury College (Summer 2001)

 

Career History

*      The University of Texas in Austin (September 2016- Present)

*      Arabic Language Program Coordinator and Arabic Summer Institute Director

Responsibilities:

Teaching and Coordinating all levels of Arabic

Giving placement exams to students

Holding weekly meetings with graduate students who are either Assisted Instructors or Teaching Assistants

Creating and developing material used in Arabic classes

Helping prepare Arabic Flagship students to study abroad in Morocco

*      Smith College (July 2012- June 2016)

*      Five College Arabic Language Lecturer

Responsibilities:

Elementary Arabic, Intermediate Arabic, and Advanced Arabic

Participated in development of placement exams for Arabic 1, 2, 3 and 4

Participated in extracurricular activities relating to Arabic and the Middle East including field trips for students and arranging for guest speakers to deliver talks and presentations

Oversaw the Arabic Lunch/Dinner Table

Supervised the TA

Developed the Five College Arabic Language website

Created supplementary material to be used in all Arabic classes

Taught Arabic via video conferencing to allow students at a distance to attend the class

      Taught at the following campuses: Smith College, Hampshire College, Amherst             College, & Mount Holyoke College

*      Williams College (Fall 2014-& Spring 2015)

*      Visiting Lecturer in the Comparative Literature Program

Courses taught:

Advanced Arabic and Iraqi Colloquial

*      The George Washington University (August 2011- July 2012)

*      Arabic Language Specialist

Courses taught:

Elementary Arabic (ARAB 1001 and 1002) and Intermediate Arabic (ARAB 2002)

Hosting the Arabic Circle Meeting with other Arabic Faculty

Host the Language Café once a month

*      College of William and Mary (Fall 2006- August 2011, August 2012)

      Visiting Instructor and Researcher

Responsibilities:

Arabic House Supervisor

Teaching Assistant Supervisor

Contributing author to a new Arabic textbook series, Teaching Arabic Variation: Developing language resources for integrating Modern Standard Arabic and Arabic dialects

Co-Author of a new Iraqi Dialect textbook (work in progress)

      Courses Taught:

Elementary Arabic (ARAB 101 and 102),

Intermediate Arabic (ARAB 201 and 202)

Advanced Arabic (ARAB 301 and 302)

Introduction to Arab Culture (ARAB 311)

Arabic Literature in Translation (ARAB 309)

Iraqi Arabic (ARAB 290)

*      Middlebury College (Summer 2003 and Summer 2005)                                            

Arabic Language Instructor

Taught Arabic to Level 1 and Level 1.5 students

Attended weekly faculty meetings

Attended weekly movie showings and lectures

Participated in the Arabic Dinner

Attended extracurricular activities for the Arabic School

Helped supervise in the cooking club and cinema club

Developed various exercises and drills to help with all language skills

*      Arabic Language Institute in the American University of Cairo (September 2003- May 2005)

Teacher/ Tutor

Co-Taught beginning level Arabic students

Taught Media to Intermediate level Arabic students

Tutored students from Beginning levels, Intermediate levels, and Advanced levels of Arabic

Substituted for various levels and subjects for ALI teachers

*      Northside Independent School District (September 2001- May 2002)                     

Substitute Teacher

      Substituted for grades K-12 and taught various subjects

      Followed the lesson plans and instructions left by the teacher of the class.

Monitored children during lunch and recess

 

Presentations

Al-Shalchi, O. (2016). Context vs keyword methods in learning Arabic vocabulary At         Arabic SLA Conference: Investigating Arabic Second Language Learning:     Empirical findings and trends Ann Arbor, MI.

 

Eisele, J., Cherkaoui, D., & Al-Shalchi, O. (2012). New methods in teaching arabic.           Presentation at FLAVA Annual Conference Foreign language association of           Virginia, Williamsburg, VA.

 

Al-Shalchi, O. (2007). The development of the Arabic alphabet. Presentation at the University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA.

 

 

Publications

Al-Shalchi, O. N. (in press). Keyword vs context strategies among   different levels of        Arabic language learners. In M. T. Alhawary (Ed.), The Routledge Handbook of           Arabic Second Language Acquisition.

 

Al-Shalchi, O. N. (2009). The effectiveness and development of online discussions.                        MERLOT Journal of Online Learning and Teaching, 5(1), 104-108.

 

Honors and Awards

*      Golden Key International Honour Society (2010)

*      TAFL Fellowship Award (2003-2004, 2004-2005)

*      CASA Fellowship Award (2002-2003)

*      College Scholar Award for Honors Day (2001 and 2002)

 

Professional Development

*      Foreign Language Association of Virginia

*      Member 2012-2014

*      Virginia Association of Teachers of Arabic

*      Helped in establishing the association (2012)

*      Served as Treasurer (2012- 2013)

 National Evaluation Series

*      Consultant for the Framework and Item Validation Meeting (January 2011)

*       Association for Educational Communications and Technology

*      Member since 2011

*      Middle East Studies Association

*      Member since 2010

*      New York University Startalk Program

*      Participated in the Summer Intensive Teacher Training Program (2010)

*      Human Assistance & Development International

*      Participated in the STARTALK - Arabic Teaching in Action Online Workshop

*      CLASSRoad

*      Participated in the Teaching Languages Using Technology Online Workshop (2014)

 

Other Skills

*      Language Skills

*      Speak Arabic (Modern Standard Arabic and Iraqi Colloquial Arabic) and English fluently

*      Computer Skills

*      Able to use Windows and Mac operating systems, Printing and Scanning, Audacity, and Snagit

*      Able to use Blackboard, Moodle, Glow and Canvas in course delivery

*      Able to use video conferencing in course delivery

*      Instructional Design

*      Able to conduct a needs assessment, learner analysis, context analysis, objective specification, task analysis, media selection and integration, instructional strategy selection and evaluation, instructional message design, and formative and summative evaluation of instructional materials and learner outcomes

*      Able to use instructional design in development of distance environments

 

 

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