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ADDIE Instructional Design Model. Carmen Griselda Reyes EDTC 3320.60 June 20, 2010. ADDIE is one of the most frequently-used models of instructional design and development. Often referred to as a process model, used for creating instructional material.

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addie instructional design model

ADDIE Instructional Design Model

Carmen Griselda Reyes

EDTC 3320.60

June 20, 2010

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ADDIE is one of the most frequently-used models of instructional design and development. Often referred to as a process model, used for creating instructional material.
  • ADDIE (acronym for Analysis, Design, Development, Implementation, and Evaluation
  • ADDIE model was developed after World War II as the United States military, struggled to find a way to create more effective training programs for increasingly complex defense machinery
  • You will often hear ADDIE referred to as Instructional Systems Design (ISD), Instructional System Design and Development (ISDD), Systems Approach to Training (SAT) or Instructional Design (ID).
the addie instructional design model revolves around five steps
The ADDIE Instructional Design Model revolves around five steps.

Provides a step-by-step process that helps Instructional Design plan and create training programs with a framework in order to make sure the instructional products and the process are as effective and efficient as they can possible be.

analyze process where the designer identifies the learning needs of the learner
Analyze: Process where the designer identifies the learning needs of the learner.
  • Who is the target audience?
  • What do they need to learn?
  • What does the audience already know?
  • What resources are already in place?
  • What are the goals and objectives of the training?
  • What does the learner need to know during the training?
  • What is the timeline for project to be completed?
  • What is going to cost to provide the training?
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Design: involves the complete design of the learning solution

  • The most appropriate media is selected by examining the kinds of skills required to achieve your goal.
  • The learning objectives are written and the modules are designed with its corresponding lessons.
  • Course content is designed specifically for use with an interactive, electronic medium in the case of online learning.
  • Determine the appropriate interactions.  They should be creative, innovative, and encourage learners to explore further.
  • Plan activities that allow for student group work to help construct a supportive social environment.
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Development: concerns the actual production of the design specifications.

  • List activities that will help the target audience learn the task.
  • Content is written and graphics are designed based on the design.
  • Develop trainer guides, learner guides, and participant resources as needed.
  • Develop and produce program materials, aids, and instructional courseware.
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Implementation the developed course is actually administered to the target audience

  • Instructional materials should be organized in good manner for participants to continually build upon what they have already learned.
  • Hands-on equipment, laptops, software, etc. are in place at each station. If using a web site or Internet connection, make sure it is live and functioning.
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Evaluation: which decides whether the course is effective and satisfies the course objectives

  • Were the information and messages presented in a clear and understandable fashion?
  • Was the information presented personally relevant to the learner?
  • How can I modify the instruction to improve its presentation?
  • From everything presented, what was most important (or least important) to the learner?
overview
Overview
  • ADDIE is one of the most commonly used model of instructional design and development. It’s a generic instructional system design model consisting of 5 phrases which are analysis, design, development, implementation, and evaluation. The models becomes more effective if you think of it as a guide for developing direct intuitive insight into a problem.
worked cited
Worked Cited
  • Castagnolo, Chuck (2007) The ADDIE Model-Why use it? http://ezinearticles.com/?The-ADDIE-Model---Why-Use-it?&id=8596615
  • Learning Theories Knowledgebase (2010, June). ADDIE Model at Learning-Theories.com. Retrieved June 18th, 2010 from http://www.learning-theories.com/addie-model.html
  • Liu, G.Z. (2008). Innovating research topics in learning technology: Where are the new blue oceans?. British Journal of Educational Technology,39(4),738-747. Molenda, M. (2003). In search of the elusive addie model. Performance improvement, 42(5), 34. Strickland, A.W. (2006) ADDIE. Idaho State University College of Education Science, Math, & Technology Education. retrieved June 29, 2006.http://http:/en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ADDIE Model
  • http:fog.ccsf.cc.ca.us/mamalacho/OnLine.ADDIE.html