A nalyze , D esign , D evelop , I mplement , E valuate. Systematic Learning Design. Overview. What is ADDIE ? Why ADDIE ? Where do I start?. What is ADDIE?. Why ADDIE?. Where do I start?. Review. Who is responsible?. Who is responsible for the needs analysis?. Analyze.
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Analyze, Design, Develop,Implement, Evaluate
Systematic Learning Design
Who is responsible for the needs analysis?
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