I am in the midst of writing a series of posts on Agile Instructional Design (AID). And as I draw on my previous experiences and writings to deepen this current work I am also 'eating my own dog food' so to speak. I have a need to deepen my understanding of HTML5 and mobile device software development within a three-tier architecture. I am not a beginner programmer or beginner solutions architect. I am coming at this with 25 years experience, that includes professional experience in all sides of this technology architecture. It is the HTML5 with focus on a mobile first strategy that where the learning is. This offers me the opportunity to have a real life situation to practice. And I believe that most life long learners could follow this approach to designing their own learning and provide a curriculum map and a way to know they are finished.
A couple months back I resurrected my writings on Agile Instructional Design with the purpose of revisiting it, updating it and providing more depth as a working approach to personal curriculum mapping and designing your own learning. After this first post on the approach as a whole I settled into a few required research tasks so I could write the follow-up on post describing how to ENVISION the curriculum within AID. Three posts came from this work, with the final post describing how the ENVISION step works within AID.