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Model Addie

Model Addie

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The ADDIE Model Possible the most generic, and most used, of all ID models, the ADDIE process

has been the mainstay for many instructional designers over the past two decades. ADDIE Model Analyse Design Develop Implement Evaluate (Revise)

ADDIE MODEL IN DETAIL ‡ ANALYSIS STAGE Front-end analysis or instructional needs assessment. experience. ‡ Analysis of learner characteristics and entry behaviours (prior knowledge. attitudes. ‡ Clarifying instructional needs and setting goals (attainment targets). ‡ . and skills).

DESIGN STAGE Conducting an instructional task analysis (steps to achieve instructional goals activity plan). practice and feedback activities. Developing assessment instruments (criterion vs norm referenced tests). Designing instructional strategies (introduction. selftesting. Writing specific instructional or performance objectives. summary. Determine content to be taught. presentation of new information. review of previous learning. ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ . and follow-on activities).

DEVELOPMENT STAGE Selecting and integrating appropriate media and technologies. ‡ ‡ ‡ . ‡ Producing new materials or adapting conventional materials. ‡ Formatively evaluating samples of materials developed (rapid prototyping).

IMPLEMENTATION STAGE ‡ ‡ Revising and producing final materials (justin-time production). ‡ Delivering final materials to learners. .

or revise materials). reject.EVALUATION STAGE Conducting summative evaluation (determine value of instructional materials in practice. ‡ . Based on evaluation review. retain.

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