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Addie model of instruction

  1. 1. ADDIE Model ofADDIE Model of InstructionInstruction IT 485IT 485 ISD Models of DesignISD Models of Design
  2. 2. First StepFirst Step Analysis Front-end investigation of:  Learner  Content and task  How these variables influence design.
  3. 3. Second StepSecond Step Design Addresses how goals and objectives shape instructional strategies.
  4. 4. Third StepThird Step Development Addresses the tools and processes used to create instructional materials.
  5. 5. Fourth StepFourth Step Implementation Involves the execution of instructional materials or programs in a learning environment.
  6. 6. Fifth StepFifth Step Evaluation Addresses both formative and summative evaluation.
  7. 7. Analysis PhaseAnalysis Phase Who are your learners? What are you trying to achieve with your instruction? What knowledge, skills and attitudes need to be taught? How much content do you need in your instruction?
  8. 8. Analysis (Cont.)Analysis (Cont.) ET functions addressed at this stage:  Orienting the learner  Providing navigational tools
  9. 9. Design & DevelopmentDesign & Development What are your objectives? What skills, knowledge and attitudes are you trying to develop? What resources and strategies will you use?
  10. 10. D & D (Cont.)D & D (Cont.) How will you structure the content of your learning material? How will you assess the learners’ understanding and whether or not they have met the objectives of the instruction?
  11. 11. D & D (Cont.)D & D (Cont.) ET functions:  Providing instructional strategies  Providing interactive feedback  Coding the GUI and creating all multi-media elements.
  12. 12. ImplementationImplementation This stage may involve:  Teach learners how to make the best use of interactive materials.  Presenting classroom instruction.  Coordinating and managing classroom activities.
  13. 13. Implementation (Cont.)Implementation (Cont.) ET functions:  Observing how learners interact with the program.
  14. 14. EvaluationEvaluation Provides the basis for  Improvement and development of instruction.
  15. 15. EvaluationEvaluation ET functions:  User-testing the program.  Address how well the product: Orients learners Provides navigational assistance Presents instructional strategies Provides interactive feedback

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