The lingo. The process. Metrics. Where to begin?
Do you need a place to get some tips, financial resources, or have an expert with years of adult learning experience walk you painlessly through the curriculum development world?
My webinars are for you! My goal is to empower you, guide you, and motivate you to believe that curriculum is not an intimidating process.
Click on the Webinar below to register today!
Wed, Sept. 21st 10:30 AM CST
Time: 30 minutes + Q&A
- Do you have or are you thinking about creating a course?
- Have you said to yourself, "Am I doing this right?" when creating or teaching a course?
- Do you want to make your course more impactful?
Join me for this webinar intensive to start creating and teaching your course with confidence! Get ready to walk away with a simple to use checklist to ensure your course is hitting all the learning objectives. And as a *bonus* I'm sharing my favorite delivery tips.
Wed, Oct. 19th 10:30 AM CST
Time: 30 minutes + Q&A
- Is hiring an instructional designer or curriculum consultant in your future?
- Are you worried you won't find the 'right fit' consultant for your project?
- Do you want to create a more equitable hiring process?
Join me to learn what techniques you need to have in place during the search process and YES - how to move beyond the RFP. Get ready to feel empowered with easy, actionable tools and lots of free resources to use when you hire your next curriculum consultant.
Wed, Nov. 16th 2:00 PM CST
Time: 90 minutes
Cost: $60 or $150 for all three webinars
This Learning Series is organized by Nonprofit Learning Center co-founder, Nancy Bacon. It is a three part webinar series to help nonprofit leaders and consultants create training and tools that are tangible and easy to implement. Join our conversation about culture and language with co-presenter Margaret Schulte of 3 Choices Creative Communications.
"The new (curriculum) enhancements are engaging, relevant, thoughtful and rich with a lot of examples and hands-on activities. "Alan Lightman, Harpswell Foundation founder
"Danielle created a survey to be taken by school principals and their administrative staff about how the grants department could better serve them. Using the information she gathered, Danielle created a user-friendly manual completely from scratch. Because of Danielle’s patience and hard work, the manual was published and distributed to every Title I campus in the (school) district. "Emma Richardson Trevino, Former Project Development Specialist for Ft. Worth Independent School District
"Danielle Gines is one of those people whose enthusiasm for the work we were all doing and the compassion with which she carried out that work, will always make her stand out in my memory."Samantha Dullisear, Director of Izizw e Projects
About DG Consultancy
I have worked on a range of learning management systems from Blackboard to Google Classroom. I love exploring new ways to make content *pop.* Curriculum does not have to be words on a slide. My goals are always to make learning purposeful and fun.