7 Essential Skills of a Good Instructional Designer
When you are breaking into the instructional design industry or trying to advance, it's hard to know what's needed to succeed.
One of the perks of the instructional design career is that the work can transcend across all industries, creating a plethora of opportunities for instructional designers to choose from...
While at the same time, rendering a wide array of skills necessary to land the job and be successful.
When choosing to become a new or improved instructional designer, there are a few skills every person should know.
In today's episode, you'll learn about seven ideal skills of a great instructional designer.
"A good instructional designer should be able to stand in front of or preempt questions and apprehensions from learners based on predicted reactions."
"Educating your client and sticking to the facts shows that you can proactively communicate timelines and costs and avoid scope creep."
Important Links and Mentions:
- The ID PLAN Academy Waitlist (https://www.eteachonline.com/idplan-waitlist)
- Freelance Instructional Designers Mastermind FB Group (https://www.facebook.com/groups/eteachonline)
- StayFocusd (https://stayfocusd.en.softonic.com/)
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