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  1. Core Elements/phases of instructional design Process, (ADDIE)<br />By VideshaSethi<br />University of Houston at Clear Lake<br />
  2. Table of Contents<br />Overview<br />ADDIE - 5 phases<br />ADDIE – Graphic<br />Analysis<br />Design<br />Development<br />Implementation<br />Evaluation<br />
  3. Overview<br />Instructional Design is a systematic process that is employed to develop education and training programs in a consistent and reliable fashion.<br />The process is intended to be:<br />Learner centered, <br />goal oriented, <br />focuses on meaningful performance, <br />assumes outcomes can be measured in a reliable and valid way, <br />is empirical, iterative, and self correcting, <br />and is typically a team effort.<br />It is widely used in business, industry and for military training.<br />Instructional Design Models allow people to visualize the process, establish guidelines for its management, and can be communicated among team members and clients.<br />
  4. ADDIE 5 Phases<br />The five Phases for Instructional Design*<br />1. Evaluate<br />2. Design<br />3. Development<br />4. Implementation<br />5. Evaluation<br />* There is no linear step-by-step manner advocated.<br />
  5. ADDIE (Graphic)<br />Analyze<br />Revision<br />Revision<br />Implement<br />Evaluate<br />Design<br />Revision<br />Revision<br />Develop<br />
  6. Evaluate<br />Needs Assessment<br />Identify Performance Problems in business setting or some other environments<br />Relevant Documents:<br />Instructional Content Analysis – Gap Analysis<br />
  7. Design<br />Writing objectives in measurable terms<br />Classifying learning as to type<br />Specifying learning activities<br />Specifying media<br />Relevant Documents (serve as Roadmaps):<br />Course Syllabus<br />Course Objectives<br />Outline & Schedule<br />
  8. Development<br />Includes preparing student and instructor materials (both print and non-print)<br />Relevant Documents:<br />Learning Guides and Checklists<br />Questionnaires<br />Trainer’s Notes<br />Presentation Plans<br />Assignment Sheets<br />Case Studies<br />Role Plays<br />
  9. Implementation<br />Delivering the instruction in the setting for which it was designed<br />Conduct a “Pilot Course”<br />Training needs to be modular, one concept built from another<br />Training needs to be associative, so that participants can associate it with concepts they already know about<br />Training needs to be interactive<br />
  10. Evaluation<br />Includes both formative and summative evaluation<br />Includes revision<br />

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