Sally Earns Master’s Degree in Instructional Design

Sally was awarded a Master’s degree in Instructional Design and Technology from Walden University. She also earned a specialization in Online Learning, which underscores her commitment to merging proven principles of instructional design with relevant technologies to deliver results-oriented training/training that changes behavior.

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Is "Community" a Necessary Element of Online Learning?

Is "community" a necessary element of online learning? What is the relationship between community building and effective online instruction?

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Sally Comments on the Political Nature of Program Evaluation

Sally comments on the political nature of program evaluation, including how to balance the objectivity required in a program evaluation with the political interests of stakeholders.

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Sally Earns Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Instructional Design and Technology

In the course of pursuing her Master's degree in Instructional Design and Technology, with a specialization in Online Learning, Sally has earned a Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Instructional Design and Technology from Walden University. The certificate demonstrates a strong, foundational knowledge of Instructional Design practices and principals.

Should Learners Design Their Own Assessments?

Assessment is an oft maligned, misunderstood, and under-appreciated component of instruction, which makes it a perfect vehicle for evangelizing the value of instructional design.

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Sally Bacchetta

Sally writes training content and designs instruction for online and face-to-face deployment for clients in a variety of industries, including pharmaceutical, healthcare, security, financial services, and business services. In addition, she writes articles for publication, website content, corporate communications, marketing collateral, promotional pieces, press releases, and white papers.

Sally Launches New Instructional Design Blog

Sally Bacchetta today announced the launch of a new instructional design blog dedicated to exchanging perspectives on all that is relevant and exciting in the world of instructional design.

The Instructional Design Hub is dedicated to perspectives on all that is relevant and exciting in the world of instructional design.

For more information visit http://instructionaldesignhub.blogspot.com.

Sally Contributes Article on Women's History Month

Sally's latest article, "Girl Power! Women of Rochester Making History", has been published in the March 2011 issue of Rochester Area & Genesee Valley Parent Magazine. The article celebrates Women's History Month by remembering the women of Rochester who have made history.

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Sally Publishes Groundbreaking Book on Adoption

Sally Publishes Groundbreaking Book on Adoption

Sally announced the release of her new book, What I Want My Adopted Child to Know: An Adoptive Parent's Perspective. The book is described as "a tender, revealing look at adoption from the parent perspective."

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Sally Launches Adoptive Parent Website

Sally launched her latest website, The Adoptive Parent, a resource network for adoptive parents. The new website features articles, helpful information, and a blog about the adoption experience. She also provides information on her first book about parenting and adoption.

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Sally Contributes to New Book On Retail Security

Sally Contributes to New Book On Retail Security

Sally Bacchetta contributed an article titled "Informed Consent: Ethical Considerations of RFID" for a new book, Retail Crime, Security, and Loss Prevention: An Encyclopedic Reference (Butterworth-Heinemann ISBN: 978-0-12-370529-7), by Charles A. Sennewald and John H. Christman.

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