3 Format for Analysis History of the IDI Model Systems approach Aligned with ADDIEUniquenessStrengths and CriticismsQuestions
4 History of IDI Instructional Development Institute (IDI) Model  Created by the University Consortium for Instructional Development & Technology (UCIDT)IT departments from Michigan State University, Syracuse University, University of Southern California, Indiana University and US International UniversityUsed to train school personnel in principles of instructional systems design5-7 day workshops on ISD400 Institutes, 20 states, 20,000 teachers
5 Systems Approach Governed by a process Interrelated parts Purposeful these parts are working toward a common goalPurposefulOrganizedStresses feedbackConsiders the larger environment
8 In the 'A' (Analysis) Box Step One - “Identify Problem” Assess Needs Conduct Needs AssessmentEstablish PrioritiesAmong Various and Conflicting NeedsState ProblemState one or more problems that need to be addressed
10 In the 'A' (Analysis) Box (cont.) Step Two - “Analyze Setting”AudienceLearner characteristicsConditionsUnder which development should occurRelevant ResourcesWhat material and human resources are available for developing and delivering the solution
15 In the 'D' (Design) Box Step Four - “Identify Objectives” Terminal Objectives (TO)Enabling Objective (EO)The mnemonic ABCD provides a helpful reminder that objectives must include an (A) Audience, (B) Behavior, (C) Condition, and (D) Degree of performance
19 In the 'D' (Development) Box Step Six - “Construct Prototypes”Instructional MaterialsBuilding of testable draft of materialsEvaluation MaterialsBy making a prototype, you can test the materials before spending the money to find out they do not work.
26 In the 'I' (Implementation) Box Step Nine - “Implement Recycle”“Review”, “Decide”, “Act”Return to a previous step if there is a deficiencyorImplement a solution
27 Summative Evaluation? Where is the summative evaluation? Dissemination of the results is assumed and a further step was at one time considered
28 Why is the IDI Model Unique? Organize Management stepadded due to a belief that poor management often leads to failureLot of front-end analysis (common to systems models)Lack of summative evaluation
29 Strengths Three levels of detail Linear General – non-designers Intermediate -In-Depth – experienced designersLinearStep by step (for beginners)
30 Criticisms Linearity Lack of refinement since creation Too rigidLack of refinement since creationShould organize management be done after steps 1 and 2?Lack of summative evaluation
31 Resources ProtoCALL http://www.siu.edu/~lmc/protocall.html Gustafson, K.L. (1991). Survey of instructional development models (2nd ed.). Syracuse, New York: Syracuse University Press.