Navigate Behavioral Challenges


This eLearning course is tailored for early childhood professionals who work with families of children under 12. I’ve created this course by combining textual content, audio elements, interactive activities, a quiz, a certificate of completion, and evaluation. The topic is aligned with state agency core competency, and the content is sourced from state agency policies, procedures and through research. Activities are based on specific learning outcomes, such as practicing effective communication with families.

By integrating these components, this course provides an immersive learning experience that engages learners and promotes practical application of concepts in their workplace. It reflects my expertise in creating interactive eLearning experiences tailored to the unique needs of adult learners. Click the button below to experience a sample of the training course.




The Design Process


My process was guided by the ADDIE framework and adult learning theories. Beginning with the state agency core competency, I conducted thorough research to create content that resonates with early childhood professionals’ experiences. For this research, I used state agency policies and procedures and references from subject matter experts to ensure the content was accurate and authoritative. I then ensured the learning objectives were aligned with the core competency and interactive activities were aligned with the learning objectives.


During the design phase, multimedia elements and interactive features were integrated to foster meaningful learning experiences. Multimedia elements included audio, graphics, and visual aids. Interactive activities included a workplace scenario. I used Miro to map out the scenario-based activity’s questions, responses, and feedback. This comprehensive approach allowed me to visualize the entire interaction flow, ensuring coherence and logical progression. The scenario comprises seven questions, each designed to reflect real-life challenges and decision-making processes early childhood professionals face. I incorporated branching logic to provide immediate, context-sensitive feedback, enhancing the learner’s engagement and understanding. By carefully crafting each question and response, I ensured that the activity not only tests knowledge but also reinforces key concepts and promotes practical application.


I used Articulate Storyline 360, leveraging its robust features to create an engaging and interactive learning experience. Utilizing Storyline’s versatile tools, I integrated multimedia elements such as audio, video, and graphics to enhance content delivery. Each module was carefully crafted to meet learning outcomes ensuring that the interactive elements reinforced key concepts and promoted practical application. This approach resulted in an eLearning course that captures learners’ attention, facilitates understanding, and drives impactful outcomes.


Implementation focused on seamless navigation and accessibility within the LMS, utilizing xAPI and SCORM standards to ensure comprehensive tracking and reporting of learner progress. By packaging the course in SCORM, I enabled smooth integration with the LMS, allowing for consistent delivery and user-friendly access. Additionally, leveraging xAPI provided more profound insights into learner interactions and performance across various devices and platforms. This dual approach ensured that the course adhered to technical standards and offered a flexible, accessible, and data-rich learning experience for early childhood professionals.


In the final phase, I focused on assessing the instructional design’s effectiveness and efficiency. This phase involved gathering feedback and measuring the achievement of learning objectives. The insights gained from evaluations are used to continuously refine and improve the training program.

The finished Project