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  • 1. ADDIE ModelThe Five Phases of Instructional Design
  • 2. ADDIE Model A systems approach to instructional design ADDIE
  • 3. Analysis What are the training requirements? What is the performance Gap? ADDIE
  • 4. Analysis Who is the audience and what are their characteristics? What are the behavioral outcomes desired? ADDIE
  • 5. Analysis What are the delivery options? What is the timeline and budget constraints? ADDIE
  • 6. Design What are the specific behaviors that need to be learned?  Write Learning Objectives ADDIE
  • 7. Design How will we evaluate whether or not the learner has learned the behavior?  Define Measurement Strategy ADDIE
  • 8. Design What is the best order in which to sequence the instructional activities?  Determine Instructional Strategy ADDIE
  • 9. Development Create learning activities Sequence and chunk the content ADDIE
  • 10. Development Create leader’s guides and lesson plans Create learner materials Develop evaluation materials ADDIE
  • 11. Implementation Rollout program communications Prepare technology infrastructure and support services ADDIE
  • 12. Implementation Prepare trainers Arrange Logistics ADDIE
  • 13. Implementation Invite/Enroll/Prepare Learners Conduct training sessions ADDIE
  • 14. Implementation Collect learner feedback ADDIE
  • 15. Evaluation Donald Kirkpatrick’sMeasure Outcomes Four Levels of Evaluation Did the participants believe the Level One: training was beneficial? Reaction to Learning Activity Were objectives met and did Level Two: learners demonstrate they Knowledge or Skill Assessment / Test understood content? Will this training actually Level Three: improve performance? On Job Application / Performance Will this training improve our Level Four: bottom line? Return on Investment ADDIE
  • 16. ADDIE Model ADDIE