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Instructional Design Systems
ADDIE, Dick & Carey, Smith & Ragan Megan Biggs
What is Instructional Design?
 Instruction is defined as
a systematic process
where all components
(teachers, students,
m...
Dick & Carey System
 System starts with stating objectives and goes through
to evaluating learners
Smith & Ragan System
 Much simpler than
the Dick & Carey
system
 3 major parts
(Analysis, Strategy,
Evaluation)
ADDIE System
 5 major parts
 Analysis
 Design
 Development
 Implementation
 Evaluate
ADDIE System
Analysis
 Statement of problem
 Goals and Objectives
 Learner characteristics
 Learning environment
 De...
ADDIE System
Design
 Are the objectives specific
and relevant?
 Are the lesson plans
systematic and logical?
 Do the l...
ADDIE System
Development
 Develop actual instructional
pieces
 Incorporate educational
technology
 Test and debug educ...
ADDIE System
Implementation
 Teacher training
 Student training
 Placement of instructional
technology
 Teach the les...
ADDIE System
Evaluation
 Successful lesson
 Both formative and
summative evaluations
 Questions to ask
 Did students ...
Overview
 All learning systems include:
 Analyze/Analysis
 Develop/Development
 Design
 Implement/Implementation
 Ev...
Why do systematic approaches help?
 Allows instructional
designer to preview
and plan every aspect
of lesson plans to
mak...
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  1. 1.  Instructional Design Systems ADDIE, Dick & Carey, Smith & Ragan Megan Biggs
  2. 2. What is Instructional Design?  Instruction is defined as a systematic process where all components (teachers, students, materials, etc.) are crucial to successful learning  Based on a theory of the reliable link between materials (stimulus) and learning of materials (produced response)
  3. 3. Dick & Carey System  System starts with stating objectives and goes through to evaluating learners
  4. 4. Smith & Ragan System  Much simpler than the Dick & Carey system  3 major parts (Analysis, Strategy, Evaluation)
  5. 5. ADDIE System  5 major parts  Analysis  Design  Development  Implementation  Evaluate
  6. 6. ADDIE System Analysis  Statement of problem  Goals and Objectives  Learner characteristics  Learning environment  Deadlines/Timelines Questions to ask  Who is the audience?  What are their learning styles?  What are the characteristics of the learning environment?  Are there any barriers?  How will learning be delivered?
  7. 7. ADDIE System Design  Are the objectives specific and relevant?  Are the lesson plans systematic and logical?  Do the lesson plans include solutions for barriers?  Is the assessment connected to the real world as much as possible? Questions to ask  Develop specific learning objectives  Gather media and technology resources  Write lesson plan  Create assessment pieces
  8. 8. ADDIE System Development  Develop actual instructional pieces  Incorporate educational technology  Test and debug educational technology  Create backup plans for educational technology Questions to ask  What happens if technology fails?  How/When will backups be used?  Do instructional pieces provide learner accommodations?
  9. 9. ADDIE System Implementation  Teacher training  Student training  Placement of instructional technology  Teach the lesson Questions to ask  Is the teacher and student training adequate?  What if the technology fails?  What are the backups?  What accommodations are used and how?
  10. 10. ADDIE System Evaluation  Successful lesson  Both formative and summative evaluations  Questions to ask  Did students master the content?  What worked well?  What did not work well?  How can I improve the lesson?
  11. 11. Overview  All learning systems include:  Analyze/Analysis  Develop/Development  Design  Implement/Implementation  Evaluate/Evaluation
  12. 12. Why do systematic approaches help?  Allows instructional designer to preview and plan every aspect of lesson plans to make for successful learning
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