Instructional Designer Job Posting


Artifact Introduction: During our first unit in Instructional Design, we were to look through various job postings for instructional designers in various fields & then synthesize what we learned about the job to create our own fictitious job posting for an instructional designer. This would, in turn help us reflect on the similarities and differences between educators and instructional designers.


Reflection of Learning/Standard Connection:  This assignment required me to research and analyze the requirements of instructional designers to then determine the similarities and differences between them and teachers.

  • AECT Standard 5.3 Assessing/Evaluating: To create this job posting, I needed to apply formal inquiry strategies in assessing and evaluating resources.
  • AECT Standard 5.4 Ethics: To create this job posting, I conducted research and practiced using accepted professional  and institutional guidelines and procedures.

About jasminequezada

I’m extremely lucky to call Boise Idaho, an outdoor haven of a beautiful little city, the place I call home. I teach 4th grade dual language. This means that I teach native English speakers, Spanish, and native Spanish speakers, English, by using both languages to teach the regular 4th grade curriculum to nine year old’s. I also have an extremely creative and inquisitive seven year old son who keeps me playing, laughing, and on my toes all day long, he is my favorite person. My boyfriend’s name is Victor and he is my partner in discovering the outdoors, which is why living in Boise is perfect for us! While I enjoy being outdoors, I also love technology and all of the doors it has opened to humanity to learn, grow, and evolve. This is why I consider it vital for myself as an educator to delve deeper into this technological world so I can continue to serve as a guide for my students, in their discovery of the world.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s