Become an IDOL 15: Teaching Teachers Instructional Design with Bejanae Kareem

Published: November 5, 2019

Episode: 15

Teaching teachers instructional design with Bejanae Kareem

Guest: Bejanae Kareem, Owner of BK International Education Consultancy

In this episode of Become an IDOL, I’ll be chatting with Bejanae Kareem, Executive Director and Owner of BK Consultancy, about her experience creating and launching BK to transitioning from secondary education to instructional design and eLearning development. We’ll be sharing tips for how educators can incorporate instructional design STEM-based classes into the classroom, tips to overcome common challenges, as well as tips for teachers experiencing burn-out.

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In this episode we discuss:

  • The best way to break into the instructional design field as a secondary school teacher
  • Fellowship:  Fellows receive on-the-job training in instructional...
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eLearning Team Roles


Sometimes when you're trying to land your first instructional design job or create a team for eLearning development you're not quite sure of all the roles and responsibilities.

This is a list for roles and responsibilities that need to be covered in an eLearning development project, but some of these roles only need a part-time employee or one person can be responsible for several roles at once. It all depends on the client, the budget, the team's skill set, and the requirement of the project.

eLearning Team Roles and Responsibilities

  • Project Manager: Takes charge of the entire lifecycle of the project, interfaces between the client and the eLearning team, creates and manages the schedule, budget, scope, and the quality of the project.
  • Instructional Designer: This is probably you! You'll analyze training needs, provide consultation on instructional strategies, collaborate with the SME, define the scope of the course and learning objectives, select the delivery...
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