Jasmine Little

At a Glance

Jasmine is your friendly neighborhood Can-erican (Canadian and American). In 2013, following graduation from Brigham Young University's Linguistics program, she accepted a position with Imagine Learning, where she has since written documentation, copyedited educational text, and served as writing team manager. Recently, Jasmine crossed over into instructional design, where she develops training materials for customers and customer-facing employees. She also attends Brigham Young University’s Instructional Psychology and Technology Master’s program part-time.

Outside the office, you might find Jasmine perusing aisles of vinyl records, books, or stationery. She enjoys literature surrounding world history and sour gummy worms.

Email: jas.b.little@gmail.com

Phone: 801.615.9137

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Learning Objectives

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Understanding the Instructional Domain

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Digital Prototype

Click here to see a digital prototype created in Captivate. This prototypes an activity that introduces 4th grade students to problem-solving strategies.

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Digital Prototype

Click here to see a digital prototype created in Storyline. This prototypes an activity that walks 4th grade students through problem-solving with equations.

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Digital Prototype

Click here to see a digital prototype of a print product. This prototypes two rubrics for teacher use in a K-12 setting.

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Digital Prototype

Click here to see a digital prototype of a storyline course. This prototypes a course that teaches math journaling to students grades 3-5.

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Digital Prototype

Click here to see a digital prototype of a captivate course. This prototypes a course that teaches the user about croissants.

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