I Believe I Am, Inc.
Project Created: A 6-month Micro-Learning Course geared to Generation Z women.
The background and scope development
My client, Niecee Bellard-Brunston, is the President and Founder of I Believe I Am, Inc., a non-profit organization focused on empowering young African American ladies by "Draw their inner beauty to the SURFace", approached me to help build a creative solution to help the girls in her scholarship cohort understand her organization's four pillars of empowerment for women which are: Self-Love, Unity, Resilience, and Financial Freedom.
I was provided the definition of each of her pillars, and a verbalization from Ms. Bellard-Brunston of what she ultimately wanted the girls to walk away with from this course which was a well -thought personalized mission of how they could empower themselves and their community as they journey into adulthood.
Working mostly autonomously and using Ms. Bellard-Brusnton and her group of Mentors as subject matter experts the accomplished goal of this client's project was to help African American girls in high school get lifelong skills that will empower them to be confident women who can positively impact their families, communities, and future generations. The work that proceeded was guided by the scope of work that was created below is an example of the scope of work that was created for one of her four pillars "Unity"
Ultimately, what was created for Ms. Bellard-Brunston was a six-month micro-learning course that was comprised of four courses named after her four pillars (Self-love, Unity, Resilience, and Financial Freedom) "SURF", each of which had three modules that incorporated weekly instructor-led zoom lessons. Learners were able to have a unique balance of face-to-face zoom calls, social media time, and a more traditional online learning experience with knowledge checks and multiple-choice questions.
This type of setup proved to be extremely ideal for the demographic of students taking part who were all a part of Generation Z. Check out the satisfaction survey results given to the learners after taking Self-love and Unity Pillar:
Thus, using our client's goal of incorporating her four pillars as described previously, a complete course curriculum was created, which included various deliverables on social media and guided zoom calls in which scripts were created by us. The main learning theories and methods used were Gagné's Nine Events of Instruction, Bloom's Taxonomy, and Adaptive Learning.
Below are some examples of the flowcharts, zoom call scripts, deliverables, and modules taken online
Results Provided by
Online Module Example done with Articulate Storyline and Talent LMS
Curriculum Flow Chart Examples
Zoom Script Examples
Software used in this project:
Facebook Business Manager
Google Business Manager
InShot Video editor
Coach Shannon Owens, PDC
Personal Development And Emotional Intelligence Life Coach
Coach Shannon Owens is a three-time author and experienced life and emotional intelligence coach. Her goal for this project was to create an online course molded after her book "Know Your Worth Pri$less".
Check out this quick video that highlights elements of Know Your Worth Academy
eLearning, Website Design, Social Media, Digital Marketing
Software used in this project:
Adobe Creative Cloud
Facebook Ads Manager
Windows Movie Editor
InShot video editor
Tazamach Homeschooling Academy
virtual homeschooling & online adult education
Dr. Nawah Banyamyan is the founder of Tazamach Homeschool Academy and has been an educator for over 16 years. Tazamach H.S. Academy is a virtual homeschool made for Black, Hispanic and Native Hebrew Israelites. Her goal for this project was to create a series of video-based and workbook-style curricula for parents who homeschool their children or plan to incorporate additional educational activities for their children.
Services Used: eLearning, Website Design, Social Media, Digital Marketing