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Make the Leap From Teaching to Instructional Design

Thursday, March 21, 2019 2:00pm - 3:00pm EDT  
Host: Association for Talent Development
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For a variety of reasons, many teachers and public educators will leave the profession after only five years. If you are considering the leap to a new industry and want to translate the skills you have as an educator to a different career, this is the webcast for you. Join former teacher and instructional designer Kari Knisely to learn how to translate your schoolteacher skills to write a top-notch instructional design resume and land your first instructional designer job.

In this webcast, you will:

  • Learn how to translate your teacher resume into an outstanding instructional design resume.
  • Learn how to make the leap into the learning and development industry.
  • Design an action plan toward landing your first ISD interview.


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Kari is a former classroom public school teacher who taught Title I middle school math for five years. Through networking, Kari was able to see how her teaching skills could transfer outside of the classroom. She landed a position as an instructional designer where she helped create online courses for various universities. In 2016, she started her own company, Instructional Design Studio LLC where she conducts consulting and contract instructional design work. She also just started her Ph.D. at Florida State University in Instructional Systems and Learning Technologies. Kari is passionate about helping current classroom teachers who feel stuck to see that they as well may have other options if they want to leave the classroom. Visit her blog.

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