When that team includes talented software developers, experienced instructional designers, and award-winning media producers, all passionate about making learning accessible to students and teachers alike, no challenge is too big.
For Trifoia Media Project Manager and Producer Georgia Harter, and Multimedia Asset Developer Jordan Blaisdell, reimagining these live curriculums on a website or mobile app format would mean tapping into their technical experience, project management ability, and people skills.
From left to right: Christopher Hawkins, Director of Photography, Georgia Harter, Director & Producer, Trista Vonada, SME for PMC-PBC and Jordan Blaisdell, Assistant Director
The SELSG+ and Practice Based Coaching shoots would put Trifoia’s media skills to the test once more.
One of the many things that sets Trifoia’s work apart from other e-learning companies is its ability to ingrain evidence based learning strategies and research driven best practices into each of its projects.
Harter and Blaisdell then reviewed the material through a media lens, figuring out how to best capture and communicate the material.
Making the content accessible to different types of learners was crucial, since Trifoia’s work always focuses on the user’s experience with the end product.
A week of filming yielded a wealth of material for the SELSG+ and Practice Based Coaching shoots. The Pyramid Model Consortium’s Practice Based Coaching course is scheduled to go live in late August, while Trifoia will deliver a SELSG+ prototype to the University of Alabama researchers in September.