The ADDIE andASSURE Models:Their Application to Virtual EducationGroup 4 Members: Mary Canales, Martha Rodriguez, Christop...
IntroductionQUICK FACT SHEET                   ADDIE model          ASSURE model                   1970s               199...
Introduction      Mary Canales – Overview of Models      Martha Rodriguez – Comparison of Models      Christopher Smallwoo...
Overview of ADDIE & ASSURE ModelsThe ADDIE model is a well-known design model and the best practice modelto use when desig...
Overview of ADDIE & ASSURE ModelsThe ASSURE model is an ISD (Instructional Systems Design) model that is beingused all aro...
Comparison of ADDIE & ASSURE ModelsSelected Characteristics            ADDIE                    ASSURETypical Output      ...
Conclusion: ImplementationAddressing ADDIE Model Implementation Issues  • Develop rollout timetable for the course  • Sche...
Conclusion: ImplementationAddressing ASSURE Model Implementation Issues   • Kidd (2010) - peer evaluation is an important ...
Conclusion: ImplementationIntegration of both the ADDIE and ASSURE ModelsImplementation of the ADDIE and ASSURE models req...
Conclusion: Hybrid ModelProposed Hybrid Model Blueprint• Uses the phases found in the ADDIE model (systematic approach)• E...
Conclusion: Hybrid Model             Phase (ADDIE)                              Tasks (ASSURE)Analysis                    ...
The EndThe ADDIE and ASSUREModels: • Their Application to Virtual EducationGroup 4 Members: Mary Canales, Martha Rodriguez...
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  1. 1. The ADDIE andASSURE Models:Their Application to Virtual EducationGroup 4 Members: Mary Canales, Martha Rodriguez, ChristopherSmallwood, and Juando Morales 1
  2. 2. IntroductionQUICK FACT SHEET ADDIE model ASSURE model 1970s 1990s More exposure Less exposure Dick & Carey/Kemp Gagne’s Events of Instruction 2
  3. 3. Introduction Mary Canales – Overview of Models Martha Rodriguez – Comparison of Models Christopher Smallwood – Implementation of Models Juando Morales – Hybrid Model 3
  4. 4. Overview of ADDIE & ASSURE ModelsThe ADDIE model is a well-known design model and the best practice modelto use when designing or developing programs. It’s an instructional designmodel that provides a step-by-step process and helps training specialists planand create training programs.The ADDIE Model consist of five phases: Phase 1 – Analysis Phase 2 – Design Phase 3 – Development Phase 4 – Implementation Phase 5 – Evaluation 4
  5. 5. Overview of ADDIE & ASSURE ModelsThe ASSURE model is an ISD (Instructional Systems Design) model that is beingused all around the world to help educators with their classroom instruction. The ADDIE Model consist of six phases: Phase 1 – Analysis learners Phase 2 – State objectives Phase 3 – Select, modify or design materials Phase 4 – Utilize materials Phase 5 – Require learner participation Phase 6 - Evaluation 5
  6. 6. Comparison of ADDIE & ASSURE ModelsSelected Characteristics ADDIE ASSURETypical Output Maybe used in Classroom oriented classrooms (traditionally)Team or Individual Team and Individual Team and IndividualAmount of Analysis High HighTechnological Utilizes effective use of Utilizes technology,Complexity media media and materialsAmount of revision High High 6
  7. 7. Conclusion: ImplementationAddressing ADDIE Model Implementation Issues • Develop rollout timetable for the course • Schedule courses and enrollment of learners • Setup online course platform. • Notify learner. • Inform learners the technological requirements required to be successful. • Reevaluated process to ensure smooth and effective transition. NOTE: The learning environment must be well organized and expectations must be clearly defined. 7
  8. 8. Conclusion: ImplementationAddressing ASSURE Model Implementation Issues • Kidd (2010) - peer evaluation is an important part of the implementation process. • Culatta (2011) – the need for reflective evaluation in online education.Integration of peer evaluation and reflective evaluation will enhance the virtual environment by: • Reducing distance between the learner and course material; and • Reducing the distance between learner and peers 8
  9. 9. Conclusion: ImplementationIntegration of both the ADDIE and ASSURE ModelsImplementation of the ADDIE and ASSURE models requires minormodifications: • Integration of instructional strategies that foster increased socialization and reduce virtual distance • Student to teacher • Student to peers • Student to course materials • Student to technological interface • Integration of instructional strategies that reduce • Unnecessary stress for the student • Extra work for the teacher • Decreased instructional time • Dissatisfaction with online education 9
  10. 10. Conclusion: Hybrid ModelProposed Hybrid Model Blueprint• Uses the phases found in the ADDIE model (systematic approach)• Embeds the guiding tasks statements of the ASSURE model (motivationalapproach)• Accounts for Robert Gagne’s events for instruction•Stays true to the foundation of the ADDIE model (Dick and Carey ISD 10model)
  11. 11. Conclusion: Hybrid Model Phase (ADDIE) Tasks (ASSURE)Analysis • Analyze LearnersDesign & Development • State Objectives • Select Methods, Media and Materials • Utilize Media and MaterialsImplementation • Require Learner ParticipationEvaluation • Evaluate and ReviseProposed Hybrid Model Blueprint• Uses the phases found in the ADDIE model (systematic approach)• Embeds the guiding tasks statements of the ASSURE model (motivationalapproach)• Accounts for Robert Gagne’s events for instruction•Stays true to the foundation of the ADDIE model (Dick and Carey ISD 11model)
  12. 12. The EndThe ADDIE and ASSUREModels: • Their Application to Virtual EducationGroup 4 Members: Mary Canales, Martha Rodriguez, ChristopherSmallwood, and Juando Morales 12
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