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  1. Instructional Designing using ADDIE Model Makarand Pandit

  2. What we plan to do today • ADDIE Model • Applications

  3. The processes of ID • The ADDIE model • Analyze • Design • Develop • Implement • Evaluate

  4. ADDIE Model Diagram ANALYSE IMPLEMENT EVALUATE DESIGN DEVELOP

  5. The ADDIE model - Analyze • Needs analysis • Training may not always be the answer • Lack Skill, Knowledge • Flawed Environment • Improper Incentives • Unmotivated Employees

  6. The ADDIE model - Analyze • Task analysis • Inventorying tasks • Describing tasks • Selecting tasks • Sequencing tasks and task components • Analyzing tasks and content level

  7. The ADDIE model - Design • Decide on instructional strategy • Learning outcomes - how met? • Prerequisites • Enabling objectives • Terminal objectives • Assessment • Media decisions • List of deliverables

  8. The ADDIE model - Develop • Select delivery modes • Produce instructional materials • Select tools • Programming/Writing • Assemble/Acquire media • Produce supporting materials • Review and Revise

  9. The ADDIE model - Implement • Install and try product • Training • Review and refine

  10. The ADDIE model - Evaluate • Formative • Summative • Review and Refine

  11. Computer Based Training • Selecting an instructional strategy • Tutorials • Drills • Simulations • Instructional Games • Tests • Design • Flowcharting • Storyboarding

  12. Computer Based Training - cont. • Development • Selection of authoring tool • Media production, Programming • Supporting materials, Production • Implementation • Real world trials • Evaluation • Formative & Summative

  13. Summary • ADDIE Model • Applications