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2  Was Developed in 1975 for the Army by Florida State University.  Was used to help train soldiers that had basic education.  In the ‘80s the Army really customized it to fit the Army's needs.  1995 the Acronym ADDIE was first used.  Continuing through the 2000’s ADDIE was developed and is used in business to train employees better.

3  According to learning-theories.com the ADDIE Model is described as “the generic term for the five-phase instructional design model consisting of Analysis, Design, Development, Implementation, and Evaluation. Each step has an outcome that feeds into the next step in the sequence. There are probably over 100+ different variations of the generic ADDIE models.”

4  A-Analysis  D- Design  D- Development  I- Implementation  E- Evaluation

5 The analysis phase is the building block of a training program. The basis for who must be trained, what must be trained, when training will occur, and where the training will take place are accomplished in this phase. The product of this phase is the foundation for all subsequent development activities(D.Clark 1995).

6 According to Clark (1995), This phase insures the systematic development of the training program. This process is driven by the products of the analysis phase and ends in a model or blueprint of the training process for future development. The model or blueprint should contain at least five key outputs:  Learning objectives Learning objectives  Performance test Performance test  Learning steps (performance steps) Learning steps  Entry behaviors Entry behaviors  Structure and sequence the instructional outline Structure and sequence the instructional outline

7  This phase elaborates and builds on the Learning Objectives and Learning Steps that were produced in the design phase. It basically fleshes out all the previous content built in the prior two phases (Analysis and Design) into a complete learning platform. The end result is the instructional courseware — the media and its content, such as software, lesson outlines, and video, that contains the instructional content and activities that will aid the learners in their quest for better performance (Clark 1995).AnalysisDesign

8 The Implementation phase is where the learning and training products, processes, and services are actually delivered to the learners. This total package is called a Learning Platform (Clark 1995). A learning platform is an integrated set of services that provide the learners with information (content); tools, such as social learning media; activities; and resources, that support and enhance their quest to learn new skills and knowledge and supports the learners' Personal Learning Environment (PLE) (Clark 1995).social learning media

9 And finally Evaluation. Evaluation according to Clark(1995) is, the systematic determination of merit, worth, and significance of a learning or training process by using criteria against a set of standards. The evaluation phase is ongoing throughout the ISD process. The primary purpose is to ensure that the stated goals of the learning process will actually meet the required business need.

10  The ADDIE Model is a proven and effective way for approaching Instructional Design.  Been in use in one form or another since 1975  Analysis  Design  Development  Implementation  Evaluation

11  Clark, D. (1995, July 13). ADDIE Model. Retrieved from  Learning Theories. (2010). ADDIE model. Retrieved from  Intulogy.com. (2010). The ADDIE analysis phase. Retrieved from


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