This page is dedicated to Dr. Dutilly's instructional design portfolio. Feel free to explore the projects below. One of the many benefits of working with Dr. Dutilly is his thoughtful integration of high-quality information, research, and learning theory.
What - Instructional Videos for Creating a Theory of Change and "How-To"
Role - Primary designer, Subject Matter Expert
Software - Google slides, Screencastify
Description - Since 2020, I began exploring the art of making instructional videos. One of my first projects was to create three five-minute videos that summarized hour-long workshops. The goal was to provide attendees with a refresher for the month-long break between workshop sessions. The other set of videos are for K-12 education and help students learn how to use software or manipulate a website to finish a workshop.
What - A dozen Companion worksheets for the San Diego Zoo Kids Website
Role - Primary Designer
Software - Google Chrome, Microsoft Word, NitroPDF, Kahoots!
Description - This was an exercise in creating good, fun, and standardized worksheets. This project was inspired by a fifth-grade tutee that I taught online. Between our weekly tutoring sessions, I created a new animal worksheet that she could complete. The worksheets balanced content learning and language development. Keywords are bolded and a customized glossary was included at the end of each worksheet. The worksheet questions were adapted to online Kahoots! quiz that we would do during every session.
What - Functional and Dynamic Data Visualizations
Role - Program Evaluator, Researcher, Primary Designer, Subject Matter Expert
Software - Google Slides, Google Data Studio, Google Sheets
Description - This first project I completed for the Northwest Avalanche Center. It was part of a program evaluation that aimed to redesign a safety card for avalanche hazards. While I completed a report, I also created an interactive Google slide presentation that allowed the curriculum designers to attend to the critiques of the card systematically and engagingly. The second project was a data report I authored for an interview with the Native American College Fund. Super cool group.