Vladimir Abramenka is an instructional systems developer with the Center on Community Living and Careers (CCLC) at the Indiana Institute on Disability and Community, Indiana University, Bloomington.
As Instructional Systems Developer, Vladimir Abramenka collaborates with the Center on Community Living and Careers staff to develop and maintain the Center’s online courses, specifically the Vocational Rehabilitation Leadership Academy.
Abramenka began working in Instructional Design in 2014 with extensive experience in Learning Management System administration and online course design. He is a certified Peer Reviewer for Quality Matters. His areas of interest include student-centered models, assessment strategies, Universal Design for Learning, and inclusion. Abramenka develops and maintain CCLC’s online courses, specifically the Vocational Rehabilitation Leadership Academy.
Abramenka holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Finance from Belarus State Economic University and a Master’s Degree in Instructional Technology from Grand Valley State University.
I place a high value on education, and I see it as a crucial component in allowing people to achieve their goals in life. With that, I am interested in researching and implementing models in classrooms that help people from diverse backgrounds succeed. I am currently researching Universal Design for Learning in terms of building an inclusive environment and providing a solid foundation for adaptive learning. I am also interested in assessment strategies and learning analytics, which I view as driving forces for change and making adjustments to lesson plans.
- Universal Design for Learning Framework
- Formative assessment and scaffolding strategies
- Learning Analytics
- The Jerrold E. Kemp IST – Research and Development Grant (2018)