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INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN MODELS. Peggy Chung EDUC 391 October 13, 2005. ADDIE model. A ssess and analyze needs D esign instruction and presentation D evelop materials I mplement activities and courses E valuate participant progress and effectiveness of instructional materials

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Instructional design models

INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN MODELS

Peggy Chung

EDUC 391

October 13, 2005


Addie model

ADDIE model

  • Assess and analyze needs

  • Design instruction and presentation

  • Develop materials

  • Implement activities and courses

  • Evaluate participant progress and effectiveness of instructional materials

    For more information: (http://www.personal.psu.edu/faculty/s/j/sjm256/portfolio/kbase/IDD/ADDIE.pdf)


Assure model

ASSURE model

  • Analyze learners’ characteristics, competencies, and learning styles

  • State objectives for what your lesson should accomplish (ABCD format—audience/behavior/condition/degree)

  • Select, modify, and design methods, media, and materials

  • Utilize methods, media and materials—implement the lesson

  • Require learner participation in lesson

  • Evaluate learner outcomes with objectives and revise as necessary


Icare model

ICARE model

  • Introduce learners to what is to be learned

  • Content of lesson is presented to learner involving active participation

  • Apply new knowledge and skills with practical activities

  • Reflect on what has been learned

  • Extend learning of lesson by providing alternative resources

    Other ID Models: Dick & Carey Model, Kemp Model (visit: http://www.personal.psu.edu/faculty/s/j/sjm256/portfolio/kbase/IDD/ISDModels.html#addie)


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