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Allison Landry Loves Learning

Find out how her passion for learning and design can work for your organization.

Let's Develop Solutions Together

Do your employees or colleagues struggle to meet expectations? Are there things you know could be done better, but you just don't know how to get there? Does getting employees or coworkers to read through lengthy informative texts feel like pulling teeth?

Let's work together to analyze the situation and develop a learning solution to address any problems your organization is facing.


My Instructional Design Process

Instructional design methodology provides frameworks on which we can build learning solutions. Here's a breakdown describing the steps involved in my process.

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Gather Information

Gathering information through interviews, surveys, and data analysis allows us to get to the root of the problem. Even seemingly simple problems can be symptoms of a more complex driving issue. Let's dig in and find out the why behind the need.

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After gathering background information, it's time to consult with subject matter experts and design learning experiences. Using written outlines, proposals, discussions, storyboards, mock-ups, and prototypes allows us to consider how we can organize a coherent and sensible plan to address learning needs. 

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A cohesive and comprehensive design is only half the journey! The next step is to put the plan into action and develop instructional materials, such as eLearning interactives and multimedia resources. After the development of each draft or iteration, it's time to review and revisit the design step to consider how to improve and progress, and then back to to developing step again. These reiterations let us regularly check in and identify problems and make changes as we go.

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Rollout & Evaluate

Once the learning experience is ready for participants, it's time for rollout. Instructional materials are delivered to participants and this is where the magic of learning happens! Once participants have begun or completed learning experiences, we can use metrics to evaluate how successful participants are with implementation of new knowledge and skills. Then we can apply what we learn to revising the materials and resources for improvement.

A Background Built on Experience

1 year developing and managing eLearning materials for over 500 students across 6 instructional levels

10+ years as an educator

4 years as Lead Instructor & Director of Operations at Mad Science of Delaware Valley

eLearning and Instructional Design Certificate

Masters of Education

Explore My Portfolio

A strong foundation in learning theory, instructional insight, and software skills are most valuable when they can be effectively applied. Take a look through these portfolio samples to see what we can achieve together.

Positive Feedback

"WOW! Your simulation is incredible! ...Your project has a great chunk, build, and apply flow, presenting the learners each piece of the overall task and ending with an authentic assessment requiring each skill to be applied."

Ryan Hainey

"I loved the simulators and found the information well organized and informative."

Kim Kelly

"I just want to say that I love the small details you put into your project - even things like 'view in list form.' There were so many ways to see/hear/understand the content - it was accessible in many different ways!"

Pauli Evanson

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