Closing the Gap on Coin Knowledge An ADDIE approach. Jametria Cooper. ADDIE APPROACH. There are 5 components to the instructional design of the ADDIE approach: Analyze, Design, Develop, Implement, and Evaluate. Analyze, Design, and Develop serves as the “meat and potatoes” of the process.
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There are 5 components to the instructional design of the ADDIE approach: Analyze, Design, Develop, Implement, and Evaluate.
Analyze, Design, and Develop serves as the “meat and potatoes” of the process.
7 boys and 11 girls, 5&6 year olds, 10 white, 5 black, 2 biracial (black and white)
Some have no structure from attending daycares, working on staying seated and raising our hands, some students are taking ADHD medication, some like to be in control, come from low socio-economical families
Number of Students
Location of Students
Kindergarten classroom at Social Circle Primary School, Title I school
Over half did not attend PreK, 12 on grade level and 5 below grade level
Eager to learn new things, learn best through songs and hands-on learning
Skills needed to impact learning
Counting, one-to-one correspondence, coin identification, value of coins
4 week lesson plan on coin identification and making fair trades.
Should be done in sequential order because coin identification and value is a prerequisite to making fair trades.