Hi. I’m Jason Norris. My goal is to help people learn.
I help create online education for high school and middle school students through ACCESS.
I am also a podcast producer, editor, and I’m exploring mobile learning–what I like to call OnTheGo Learning.
Check out items in my portfolio below or learn more about me here.
Discover three key elements of an effective audio lesson. This is a storyboard for a video introducing principles of learning and communication needed in a podcast designed for teaching and training.
Explaining OnTheGo Learning
This is the video that began with the above storyboard.
Created with Canva
A quick presentation about applying Mayer’s multimedia learning principles to your teaching and training podcasts.
Designing a Course
This eLearning course is designed to equip podcasters with the skills to troubleshoot recording problems and improve the sound quality of their podcasts.
There are two edits you must make to your audio so learners can hear you clearly when they’re listening to you on the go. Remember these settings when you produce your next teaching or training podcast episode.
Designing for OnTheGo Learning
These are various podcasts and projects that demonstrate my perspective on instructional design with podcasts and supplemental materials.
Volunteer Teacher Training: Start Here
Instructional Design Request A church asks for help training volunteers who teach classes in person and online. (more…)
In 2015/2016, only about half the population of the United States (age 12+) was familiar with podcasting. In order to contribute to the knowledge and understanding of podcasting, I created a short course—a podcast primer. (more…)
Noise: Not just technical difficulties
This is an example of on-the-go microlearning. Designed as an audio podcast first, the focus was on one specific aspect of communication (noise). The episode and article explained how four types of noise can disrupt communication. (more…)