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ADDIE Model - Instructional Design

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I came across the ADDIE model when I underwent the WSQ ACTA course some years back. It's a widely used model and here is my take on it based on my limited experience with instructional design.

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ADDIE Model - Instructional Design

  1. 1. ADDIE MODEL Analysis Design Develop Implement Evaluate
  2. 2. ANALYSIS Here, instructional designers identify the learner profile and identifies the gaps in learning and performance. This is where the activities of formal evaluation begins.
  3. 3. DESIGN A detailed plan of instruction is developed. Instructional designers determine instructional strategies, the medium of instruction and instructional methods. Learning outcomes are also decided in this phase.
  4. 4. DEVELOP This is where the learning materials are developed. This includes any videos, slides or audio recordings. The implementation plan is also revised as necessary.
  5. 5. IMPLEMENTATION With everything designed and developed, this phase is where the instructional system is deployed in operational conditions. Feedback on learner performance is collected in operational evaluation activities.
  6. 6. EVALUATION Evalution is depicted in the middle of the illustration because it is a central function that takes place at every phase. The evaluation may be formative, summative or operational.
  7. 7. FINAL THOUGHTS As depicted by the diagram, the ADDIE model is a cyclical process with a continuous process of on-going evaluation and improvement. The process and products of each phase are evaluated against the learning requirements and principles of learning.
  8. 8. What questions do you ask clients to ensure you can show value and ROI when using the ADDIE model to develop training programmes?

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