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Instructional Design for Parents and Homeschools - Workshop

Want to design and deliver your own curriculum for your homeschool learner? Planning to create an online learning module for your Co-op and don’t know where to start? Want to sell or share your curriculum to other homeschools?

Why should parents learn this:

This hands-on parent workshop on instructional design will teach you how to design, organize, and deliver highly effective learning materials—using methods that take into account learner needs, goals, and evaluation practices. You will dive into a foundation of learning theories and provide practical techniques for designing instructor-led curriculum, and online learning materials for homeschool learners.

How will this workshop help you:

In this workshop you’ll focus on your own instructional project—from goals and requirements, through to storyboarding and design. The principles and techniques covered apply to any type of instruction, from K-12 Classrooms, Homeschools, Co-ops, through colleges and universities.


  • Understand the basic Instructional Design theories

  • Project-Based Learning strategy and design

  • Effectively analyze learning needs

  • Define solid instructional objectives

  • Create a storyboard for your instructional project

  • Write effective and engaging content for your project

  • Build interactivity into instruction

  • Use graphics to support instruction

  • Effectively evaluate learning

  • Portfolio Development (Show not tell)

  • Learn how to sell your curriculum to other homeschools or co-ops

  • Membership to our Instructional Design Network and access to templates and resources

This Workshop is for you if:

  • You are a homeschool parent not happy with your current homeschool curriculum

  • You are a homeschool parent looking to to design your own curriculum

  • Are a homeschool parent looking to learn the latest techniques in instructional design

  • Are a parent and want to help your learner with their school work

Attendance and Technology Requirements:

  • This workshop is available via one of our Virtual  Classrooms and can be accessed by any smart device with internet access.  (Learn and participate anywhere you can access the internet)

Other Needs:

  • A notepad and pen

Program Duration:

  • Four weeks, with additional follow up

Approximate Time requirements:

  • 12 Hours: (Four - 1-hour live group sessions with a live Mentor, 8 Hours, self-paced with additional mentorship follow up)

At Graduation You Receive:

  • Certificate of Completion

  • Portfolio of completed work and proof of performance

  • A copy of the “Success Driven way to Teach and Learn” book