Curriculum Development

February 22, 2011

Providing professional research, front end analysis, and curriculum development for our clients to support customized course requirements or as a unique service for industry specific needs is our specialty.  LAD Studio’s team uses an ISD model and breaks the curriculum development process into five basic steps to provide our clients a comprehensive solution with results.

ISD ModelSTEP ONE:       Needs Assessment

STEP TWO:      The Planning Session

STEP THREE:  Content Development

STEP FOUR:     Pilot Delivery And Revision

STEP FIVE:      The Completed Curriculum Package and Evaluation

About ladstudio

Lynn A. Dombrowski, Ed.D, the president and CEO of LAD Studio LLC brings years of expertise as a training consultant, instructional designer and multimedia course developer. She holds a Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) in Technology Education specializing in Communication and Information Systems (CAIS) from West Virginia University with emphasis in the study of visual, acoustical, telecommunications and computer systems, including the analysis of information transfer and the social impact. Dr. Dombrowski holds a Master of Science (MS) in Instructional Technologies from Bloomsburg University and a Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) in Graphic Design from WVU. She has developed training programs for Fortune 500, non-profit, and small businesses. Dr. Dombrowski and her team have over 15 years of experience managing various types of projects from curriculum development and training workshops to large multimedia development projects. LAD Studio’s work experience comes from being Project Manager at Advanced Engineering and Research Associate (AERA) designing technical training programs for the government sector and an Instructional Designer at Unisys Corporation specializing in sales training, product development and delivery of instructor-led workshops. Dr. Dombrowski served as Assistant Director of Training at the National White Collar Crime Center training state and local law enforcement on financial crime investigation.

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