ADDIE Model


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The ADDIE Model is the most common model used for creating instructional materials.The ADDIE Process categorizes the instructional design process into five phases:

Analyze
  • Identify the learning problem
  • Analyze learner characteristics and the nature of the task
  • Determine the purpose of the task
  • Identify all instructional goals and objectives
  • Consider the learning environment, delivery options and the timeline for the project
  • Formative evaluation
Design
  • Specify learning objectives
  • Design storyboards and prototypes
  • Determine the graphic design, user-interface and content
  • Formative evaluation
Develop
  • Produce content and learning materials based on the Design phase
  • Formative evaluation
Implement
  • Deliver or distribute the instructional materials
  • Formative evaluation
Evaluate
  • Determine the level of success by evaluating the needs for each individual objective
  • Summative Evaluation