Make Training Count:An Intro to the ADDIE Model Presented by Heidi Nagel MLA Annual Conference October 2011
Who am I? Why am I here? Who are you? Why are you here?
What is ADDIE? A. A cute Golden Retriever puppy B. An acronym for a basic method of Instructional Systems Design (ISD) C. A pretty girl in a bikini
What is ADDIE? Analysis Evaluation Design Implementation Development
Analysis = Needs AssessmentFind the difference between what people ARE currently doing...… And what the organization NEEDS them to be doing to meet strategic goals.
Analysis, Methods Look to the Strategic Plan Observe Interviews (individual/group) Surveys (staff and supervisors) Study Performance Reviews
Analysis, Methods Ask what competencies are needed to meet organizational goals? What do people need to be doing that they aren’t? Why aren’t they? What does success look like?
Analysis, WARNING Is training the answer? … Or is it a problem of: Communication Performance (individual employee or a supervisor) Policy Something else?
Analysis, Deliverables Learning Objectives which identify 1. An observable task that can be performed as a result of the training 2. Under what conditions 3. What criteria will be used to measure success
Analysis, Helpful Tip Write learning objectives to complete this sentence, As a result of this training, participants will __________ (be able to do something), __________ (know something), OR __________ (appreciate/be aware of something).
Analysis, Deliverables Example Learning Objectives … Following this session, participants will be able to identify the five components of instructional systems design which comprise the ADDIE model.
Design Flesh out Learning Objectives for content. Then (3 steps): 1. What are the major points to get across and in what order should they be conveyed: Sequential/Step-by-step Part to Whole Whole to Part
Design 2. What methods are best to convey content? Instructor-led Group Discussion Role Playing/Scenarios E-Learning?
Design 3. How will you measure success? Degree or level of proficiency necessary to perform the job Or, how well do they need to perform for you to be satisfied? (Harder to define for service)