Hana MParticipantJanuary 30, 2015 at 1:03 pmPost count: 4
I have started my career as a software developer and was certified to teach Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI) concepts to employees in the organization. CMMI is a process improvement training program applicable to software development. I did not develop the training, but taught several face-to-face one-day workshops to employees at different organizational levels and technical expertise.
I have also developed Knowledge Articles, mainly in PowerPoint, for several functions in the organization such as HR (off-boarding processes) and asset management (hardware asset management processes).
Unfortunately, my experience in a K12 setting is limited to being a parent, but I would say that the difference I see is the varied background of the learners coming into the program (different levels, ages, and experiences). The variance in our adult learners is larger than a typical K12 classroom and will need to be kept in mind as we develop our training.
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