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A ppt Jeopardy Game as an overview of the ADDIE Instructional Systems Design.

A ppt Jeopardy Game as an overview of the ADDIE Instructional Systems Design.

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  • 1. Instructions for Playing ADDIE Jeopardy.
    • Go to - Tools - Application Sharing - Scale to Fit.
    • The moderators will choose the category and point value giving the answers in order.
    • When you know the question, raise your hand and Morgan will call on the first person to raise their hand. Remember to ask in the form of a question.
    • If the question is correct the contestant will win the points. Morgan will keep score.
    • If the question is incorrect, the moderators will give the correct question and move to the next answer.
    • At the end of the game we will have an evaluation of the lesson.
  • 2. Jeopardy You will be given the answer. You must give the correct question. Click to begin.
  • 3. Let’s begin ADDIE Jeopardy!
  • 4. ADDIE- vocate ADDIE- nauseum 100 Point 200 Points 300 Points 400 Points 100 Point 100 Point 100 Point 200 Points 200 Points 200 Points 300 Points 400 Points 300 Points 300 Points 400 Points 400 Points ADDIE- tudes ADDIE- vance
  • 5. Answer 1a   The most common methodology for developing new training programs.
  • 6. Question 1a What is instructional systems design (ISD)?
  • 7. Answer 2a It started with post WWII US military research to find a better way to create training programs.
  • 8. Question 2a How did ISD start?
  • 9. Answer 3a They are torch bearers of the ISD methodology.
  • 10. Question 3a Who are Walter Dick and Lou Carey?  
  • 11. Answer 4a   The smoothest way to develop a training program.
  • 12. Question 4a   What is a systems approach?
  • 13. Answer 5a
  • 14. Question 5a
  • 15. Answer 1b It stands for analysis, design, development, implementation and evaluation.
  • 16. Question 1b What is ADDIE?
  • 17. Answer 2b Identifies gaps between desired outcomes and present knowledge and skills.
  • 18. Question 2b What is the analysis phase?
  • 19. Answer 3b   Documents learning objectives, assessments, exercises and content.
  • 20. Question 3b What is the Design Phase?
  • 21. Answer 4b The creation of learning materials.
  • 22. Question 4b What is the development phase?
  • 23. Answer 5b
  • 24. Question 5b
  • 25. Answer 1c Materials are presented to the students.
  • 26. Question 1c What is the Implementation phase?
  • 27. Answer 2c After delivery this happens with course materials.
  • 28. Question 2c What is the evaluation phase?
  • 29. Answer 3c It’s easier to budget and schedule the training development.
  • 30. Question 3c What is an advantage of ADDIE?
  • 31. Answer 4c It is inflexible, constraining and time consuming.
  • 32. Question 4c What are criticisms of the ADDIE model?   
  • 33. Answer 5c
  • 34. Question 5c
  • 35. Answer 1d They emphasis a holistic, iterative approach to developing training materials.
  • 36. Question 1d What are alternatives to ADDIE?
  • 37. Answer 2d A rapid prototype phase is added after the design phase.
  • 38. Question 2d What is the best modification of ADDIE?
  • 39. Answer 3d Work moves more quickly after rapid prototype phase.
  • 40. Question 3d What is an advantage of modifying ADDIE?
  • 41. Answer 4d A set of components that work together to achieve a specified outcome.
  • 42. Question 4d What is a system?   
  • 43. Answer 5d
  • 44. Question 5d
  • 45. Answer 1e
  • 46. Question 1e
  • 47. Answer 2e
  • 48. Question 2e
  • 49. Answer 3e
  • 50. Question 3e
  • 51. Answer 4e
  • 52. Question 4e
  • 53. Answer 5e
  • 54. Question 5e
  • 55. Final Jeopardy Make your wager
  • 56. Final Answer Work moves more quickly after the rapid prototype phase.
  • 57. Final Question What is the advantage of modifying ADDIE?